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What’s so Special about STEM?

  • 11 Jul 2014
  • 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • University of Greenwich

What’s so Special about STEM?

11 July 2014

University of Greenwich

Free conference organised by the STEM Disability Transition Group (STEM DTG)

Does studying and working in STEM fields really pose a specific challenge for disabled students? Have you ever thought that as the needs of disabled students are so wide-ranging you wouldn’t know where to start in supporting their STEM studies/employment?

This free conference is for anyone involved in engagement with disabled individuals with a post-16 interest in STEM subjects.

Keynote speaker: Prof Les Ebdon CBE, Director of Fair Access to Higher Education

Workshops include Science online – can technology re-open a school’s lab door? and What is science communication? An exploration of the implications for disabled graduates looking to work in this field.

Book your free place here: and for any questions, contact the Chair of the STEM DTG Lucy Yeomans

For more information on the STEM DTG see our LinkedIn page and blog

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