Bloustein School participates in opening conference for 2018 Governor's STEM Scholars

September 26, 2017
Jennifer Senick, executive director of the Bloustein School’s Rutgers Center for Green Building,  participated on a panel to talk about public policy implications of STEM at the opening conference for the Class of 2018 Governor’s STEM Scholars on Saturday, September 23, 2017 at Rutgers University. Dr. Senick explained the importance of scholars learning how to communicate science to laypersons and identified ways that STEM has impacts beyond the laboratory.
More information about the conference may be found here.

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