Massachusetts STEM Summit attracts 1,400 attendees

YVONNE SPICER, vice president of advocacy and educational partnerships, Boston Museum of Science, was a speaker at the annual Massachusetts STEM Summit. A committee member of the Massachusetts Business Roundtable, Spicer was appointed to the first Massachusetts STEM Advisory Council by former Gov. Deval Patrick, then reappointed in 2017. /COURTESY YVONNE SPICER
YVONNE SPICER, vice president of advocacy and educational partnerships, Boston Museum of Science, was a speaker at the annual Massachusetts STEM Summit. A committee member of the Massachusetts Business Roundtable, Spicer was appointed to the first Massachusetts STEM Advisory Council by former Gov. Deval Patrick, then reappointed in 2017. /COURTESY YVONNE SPICER
WORCESTER, Mass. – With a theme of Progress Through Partnership, the 14th annual Massachusetts STEM Summit was held on Nov. 14 at the DCU Center in Worcester, Mass., and drew 1,400 attendees. The programming included panel presentations, plenary speakers and exhibitors showcasing science, technology, engineering and mathematics initiatives; sharing innovative thinking; and highlighting the goals, plans…

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