Townhall Conference Call

Four TownHall Conference Calls per year are scheduled for leaders in the STEM community. The objective of these calls is to convene thought leaders, key voices from across the stakeholder community to present perspectives from industry, government, education and non-profits working on these issues. The TownHall conference calls convene high-level decision-makers within organizations across the public, private, academic and non-profit sectors with the aim of informing and connecting stakeholders by establishing common goals and patterns of excellence.

Town Halls are being Scheduled on Results, Digital Learning, Innovation, 100 Women Leaders in STEM and Entrepreneurship in STEM. Town Halls have been held on STEM Jobs, Workforce Planning, Diversity and Women and Girls. Contact

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Please register now for our upcoming Town Hall Google Hangout on Wednesday December 3 from 2:00 - 3:30pm EST! The December 3rd Town Hall will allow members to highlight how they are driving meaningful change in higher education. We will also showcase our upcoming book, Advancing a Jobs-Driven Economy: Higher Education and Business Partnerships Lead The Way. It is remarkable the progress we have made in just a few short months! As of this communication, there are 40 SHEC members, with another 5 in the final stages of the decision process.

Confirmed Speakers:

STEM Higher Education Council Leaders:

  • Rob Denson, Chair of the STEM Higher Education Council and President of Des Moines Area Community College
  • Martha Kanter, Senior Advisor to the STEM Higher Education Council, Former Under Secretary of Department of Education, and Professor, New York University

STEM Higher Education Council Members:

  • Alamo Colleges - Dr. Federico Zaragoza, Vice Chancellor for Economic and Workforce Development
  • Arizona State University, Dr. Mitzi Montoya, Vice President and University Dean for Entrepreneurship & Innovation
  • Gateway Technical College - Matt Janisin, National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) Coordinator/Instructor
  • Madison Area Technical College - Dr. Thomas Tubon, Project Director, Co-PI, Human Stem Cell Technologies Education Initiative
  • University of Massachusetts Boston - Andrew Grosovsky, Dean, College of Science and Mathematics 
  • United Negro College Fund - Dr. Chad Womack, Director of Science Education Initiatives.

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