Partnering for Public Health: A STEM Approach

Combatting the resurgence of preventable diseases, such as polio and measles and battling other health threats, like the next flu pandemic and obesity, requires a skilled workforce and an informed society. Join CDC leaders and other experts to discuss how organizations, schools, and educators can partner to foster needed skills by integrating real-world public health problem solving into youth STEM programs and education.

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Kelly Bloodworth

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Michael Gronostaj

United States Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Jessica Guccione

Venado Middle School

Patricia Simone

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Details

Format:

Panel

Type:

Session

Track:

K-12 Education

Level:

Deep Understanding