The Role of Major and Mid-scale Research Infrastructure in Fueling the US STEM Workforce Pipeline – Undergraduate and Graduate

The NSF Major and Mid-scale Research Infrastructure provides a unique opportunity to train and inspire a diverse future STEM Workforce. This session will explore exemplar programs, best practices and lessons learned at NSF facilities providing experiences for undergraduate and graduate students pursuing STEM degrees. 

September 15, 2022

Panel includes:
Tim Spuck, Director of Education & Public Engagement, Associated, AUI
Kawana Johnson, Mentoring Director, The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL)
Karina Vielma, Engineering Education Assistant Professor, University of Texas at
San Antonio (UTSA)
Danielle Rowland, Broadening Participation Student Programs Manager, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, NRAO