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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics are Front and Center

| November 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

San Diego Science Alliance Executive Director Receives Honors

 

Nancy Taylor, executive director of the San Diego Science Alliance was recently honored as one of a handful of California’s “Leading Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM)” for her achievements in advocating for stronger public-private partnerships and investment in STEM education. The award ceremony occurred during the California STEM Summit 2012 (www.castemsummit.com).

Nancy Taylor, at podium, is backed by other honorees. Left to right are Chris Roe, Linda Katehi, Joan Bissell, Helen Quinn, Pam Clute, Marcella Klein Williams, Sandra Birmingham, Dawn Garrett, Judy D’Amico, and Rachel Bondi.

The Summit was convened by the nonprofit California STEM Learning Network (CSLNet), which works to bring systemic change to how STEM is taught and learned in California in order to prepare the nation’s most STEM-capable graduates.

CSLNet is highlighting accomplished women STEM leaders who are serving as exemplary role models for women and girls across California and working tirelessly to advance high quality STEM education for all California students.

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