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Date(s) - 07/16/19
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Grand Stafford Theater

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On July 16, the Software Developer’s Cartel will be hosting Dr. Dane Bozeman and Katherine Crabill who will be sharing about STEM-VRSE.

STEM-VRSE (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics – Virtual Reality in Supporting Education) exists as a 501(c)(3) organization to address the development of a STEM literate population by supporting early career STEM researchers and empower STEM teachers. STEM-VRSE currently acts as a non-profit in College Station, TX, providing cutting-edge support for early career STEM researchers as well as empowering STEM teachers in the K-University education system. As a result, STEM-VRSE possesses access to both early career STEM researchers and pre-service and in-service STEM teachers. The vision of STEM-VRSE centers on the support of early career STEM researchers and the empowerment of STEM teachers in the K-University education system. Our vision, although limited at this time in the scope of working with only a handful of researchers and teachers, anticipates working with thousands of researchers and teachers in both the US and internationally. Our mission allows us to support early career STEM researchers in University and other research environments as well as empower STEM teachers in the K-University education system. Our core values include community building, distributed expertise, and integrity-based interactions with all actors involved in STEM research and education.

Katherine Crabill

Katherine Crabill is a specialist in teaching and conducting research in the physical sciences. Obtaining her MS in Oceanography from Texas A&M University in 2017, her professional experiences include teaching undergraduate oceanography courses at Texas A&M University, managing several physical science laboratories and assisting graduate students in research and presentations. Her current research interests combine her studies of the physical world and the influence of virtual reality to further knowledge and understanding for consumers of research.

Dr. Dane Bozeman

Dr. Dane Bozeman has specialized in human cognition during his career. He completed the PhD in Education, Curriculum, and Instruction in 2010 from Texas A&M University. He has published in peer-reviewed journals, textbooks, and government reports – as well as spoken at multiple conferences – on science education policy, social cognition, and research methods. His current research interests center on the use of augmented and virtual reality in social cognition systems and works with early career STEM researchers to integrate AR and VR in research and education.

Check out their website to learn more!

https://www.stemvrse.org