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The Alamo STEM Ecosystem Conference is a partnership between San Antonio organizations who are committed to providing teachers with innovative resources and relevant professional development. Image CC0

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Friday, April 16 • 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Join us to hear from Phillip Hargrove, NASA

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Welcome and Introduction: Joel Rodriguez, ESC - 20, welcome remarks

Keynote: Introduction by Tyrone R. Pannkuk, AP Physics Reagan HS Teacher: Phillip Hargrove from NASA, "I thought wanting to work for NASA meant that I must want to be an aerospace engineer, but NASA needs people in all different types of STEM fields as well as non-STEM related fields," said Hargrove. "There are a million different ways to work for NASA, so my best advice would be just to keep trying new challenging things until you find something that you want to pursue further."
Phillip Hargrove is a proud graduate of Reagan's Class of 2010.

Orientation to Conference Sessions

Speakers
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Joel Rodriguez

Curriculum Coordinator, Education Service Center, Region 20
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Carmen Fies

Associate Professor, UTSA
I am a STEM educator with particular interest in learning technologies that support diverse groups of learners.
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Phillip Hargrove

Launch Vehicle Trajectory Analyst, NASA's Kennedy Space Center
I am an aerospace engineer by training / profession and an educator by nature. My professional career has been motivated by my interest in space which has stayed strong since I was a young child. That deep-seeded motivation is critical for the impact I hope to have in the future because... Read More →


Friday April 16, 2021 6:00pm - 8:00pm CDT
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