Join the conversation as the advocate award winners share their perspectives on important questions such as “what should every student be learning now in science education to help them in the future?” and “how do we present science education learning not just as an option for future careers, but as a basic necessity to understanding our changing world?
Honorees include U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell, University of Washington Associate Professor Kelly Edwards, Lake Washington School Science Teacher Mike Town, Delta High School in Richland, and North Olympic Library System in Port Angeles.
The event will be moderated by the Executive Director of Technology Alliance Susannah Malarkey.
When: Thursday, May 10th, 2012. 12pm-1:30pm. Registration starts at 11:30am
Where: Town Hall | 1119 8th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101
Cost:Buffet Luncheon Prices: CityClub Members – $20 | Guests & Co-Promoters – $25 | General Public – $30
Coffee & Dessert Prices: CityClub Members – $12 | Guests & Co-Promoters – $15 | General Public – $18
LEV is co-promoting this event with CityClub, Northwest Association for Biomedical Research, Partnership for Learning, Technology Alliance, University of Washington College of Education, Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association.