Making STEM work for our students is about connecting their interests and passions with pathways into real opportunities and careers. What pathways are unique to assistive technology and Brain Computer Interface? How do academic programs connect with opportunities both into college and into the workforce? How can we better connect actions in the classroom with other real world experiences?
We’d like to discuss these questions and hear some of your experiences and questions as well! Chat with NeuroMaker product manager Andrew Bannish as he sets the scene in US pathway programs and shows what new trends are in place.
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