NIH SciEd 2022

May 31 - June 3, 2022, Washington DC

Updates, Sharing Best Practices & Lessons Learned, Networking

  • Plenary Sessions
    Gain inspiration and hear NIH updates
  • Concurrent Sessions
    Share best practices, learn new skills, and more
  • Poster Sessions
    Learn about science and health education projects across the US
  • Networking Sessions
    Meet colleagues and form new collaborations

Who Should Attend

  • NIH-funded STEM personnel – PIs, staff, evaluators, trainees & teachers
  • STEM-focused federal agency personnel – NIH, NSF, ED
  • Those interested in applying for federal science education grants

Your To Do List

1

Submit proposals for breakout sessions

By Friday April 1:

Submit breakout sessions

  • Interactive Sessions
  • Panel presentations
  • Training sessions
  • Curriculum training workshops
2

Submit proposals for short presentations

By Friday April 1:

Submit short presentation

  • Short talk grouped with several others
  • Roundtable presentation and discussion
  • Roundtable discussion
  • Educational materials “lemonade stand”
3

Submit poster presentation request

By Monday April 4:

Submit poster request

More info on posters

All projects are strongly encouraged to present a poster about their current or planned work. All poster requests will be accepted if there is space available. If space becomes an issue, projects or authors who have requested >1 poster will be asked to select one for presentation.

5

Book your hotel room(s)

By Monday May 2:

Book rooms here

4

Register for the conference

By Friday April 29:

Register here

Lodging

The conference will be held at the Grand Hyatt Washington at Metro Center, in downtown Washington, DC. Conference participants are requested to reserve their lodging at the conference hotel.

Book rooms here

Grand Hyatt DC

Partial funding for this conference was provided by grant R13GM129202 from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, the National Institutes of Health. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.

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