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STEM College & Career Panel Hosted by CEE
Danielle Linsenbigler is Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions, West Virginia University (WVU). She earned a BS in Journalism (Public Relations) with a minor in Political Science from WVU. She also earned a master's degree in Corporate and Organizational Communication from West Virginia University.
Brock Reesberg is Sr. Production Engineer, Greylock Energy. He earned a BS in Petroleum Engineering from Colorado School of Mines. He previously served as a Technical Sales Support Engineer at Xtreme Coil Services, a Technical Engineer for Xtreme Drilling and Coil Services, and a Field Engineer III for Baker Hughes.
The distinguished speakers will be introduced by Travis Williams, manager of CEE's Teacher Enrichment Program (TEP). Travis earned a bachelor's degree in science teacher education and an MS degree in educational leadership and administration from Western Governors University.
Watch a recording of the webinar. https://youtu.be/
About the Center for Excellence in Education
The Center for Excellence in Education (CEE), a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization, was founded in 1983 by the late Admiral H.G. Rickover and Joann P. DiGennaro, President of the Center. The Center's mission is to nurture high school and university scholars to careers of excellence and leadership in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), and to encourage collaboration between and among scientific and technological leaders in the global community. CEE sponsors the Research Science Institute (RSI), USA Biolympiad (USABO), Teacher Enrichment Program (TEP), and STEM Lyceums. CEE programs are provided cost-free to participating students and teachers. The Center works closely with educational institutions, private foundations, corporations, government agencies, and individuals. For more information, visit https://www.cee.org.
About CEE's Teacher Enrichment Program
CEE's Teacher Enrichment Program (TEP) provides unique STEM opportunities for high school teachers to take back to their classrooms. Recordings of presentations for teachers are catalogued on YouTube. All TEP resources and professional development events are cost-free to participants. To date, more than 4,000 teachers from over 1,400 schools have participated. The program has reached nearly 600,000 underserved rural and urban students to consider STEM careers.
Tom Flavell, (703) 448-9062 ext. 237, firstname.lastname@example.org
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