STEM Symposium

EQUITY & The STEM Classroom

Join us for the first annual Center for Science and Mathematics Education STEM Teacher Symposium. This event is a collaboration between the College of Science and Engineering and the Graduate College of Education. Educators from the SF Bay Area will be teaching workshops, leading panels and discussion groups about best practices and innovative techniques to further equitize science and mathematics teaching in grades K-12. Come and join us for a day of learning! The first 150 attendees will be guaranteed a $50 honorarium for attendance, or professional development hours for in-service teachers. Undergraduates who anticipate entering a credential program at SFSU will be eligible for additional funding to support their teacher preparation. Lunch will be provided for all registered attendees.

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Date & Location

Saturday March 7th 2020 from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
San Francisco State University in Burk Hall (MAP)
1600 Holloway Avenue . San Francisco . CA 94132

Who Should Attend

This event is open to K-12 teachers from all districts, current credential students, undergraduates and community college students who plan to attend SFSU. REGISTER ONLINE HERE:

Call for Proposals Open

Please consider giving a workshop or talk at our event! Full proposal details and form found here.
Deadline to apply is February 7th 2020:


Conference Chairs

Lawrence Horvath, Graduate College of Education, Center for Science and Math Education

Stephanie Sisk-Hilton, Graduate College of Education, Center for Science and Math Education

Jamie Chan, Center for Science and Math Education, College of Science & Engineering

Eric Lewis, San Francisco Unified School District