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STEM Forum

October 10, 2015

While Believe In Ohio has many parts, we invite teachers, students, and parents to attend our Fall 2015 NE Ohio STEM Commercialization and Entrepreneurship Forum on Saturday, October 10, 2015 at Hudson HS.

  • Students will participate in an extraordinary program that will open their eyes to the future, inspire them to "think outside the box," and allow them to interact with an impressive group of entrepreneurial STEM and venture development thought leaders who are creating Ohio's future.
  • The Forum will run from 9:30 AM to 2:45 PM. (You may begin check-in as early as 8:30 AM.) A $150 transportation subsidy is available on a first come, first served basis for schools with 10 or more students who attend.

A complete schedule, including a list of speakers, can be downloaded in PDF format.

 

Fall 2015 Northeast Ohio STEM Commercialization & Entrepreneurship Forum

Hudson High School – Saturday, October 10, 2015

We will be highlighting different speakers until the event on October 10, but for a complete list, download the complete schedule

 
Mr. John (Jack) A. Scott

Mr. John (Jack) A. Scott

Mr. John (Jack) A. Scott – “Crossover into the Twilight Zone: A Journey Limited Only by Your Imagination”

Mr. Scott is president and founder of Applied Systems & Technology Transfer (AST2) and Chairman of the non-profit, Advanced Methods in Innovation (AMI).  With support from DARPA, AST2 developed the INVENTORcloud™ Program which is offered by AMI for grades K-16 that challenge students to design, invent, create and solve real-world challenges.  Student use the INVENT3D printer and solid modeling programs to integrate innovation, creativity and design thinking with 21st century skills of communication, collaboration and critical thinking.  He designed the INVENT3D printer and developed the student-work program in Youngstown City School District for its manufacturing.  Under his leadership, AMI is developing the INVENT3D MakerSpace on the campus of the Youngstown Business Incubator, offering virtual and on-site use and education of 3D prototyping equipment and design resources to students, entrepreneurs and the public.  Scott has served as president and COO of Parsons, an international engineering, design and construction firm with over 15,000 employees and revenues exceeding $5 billion. Mr. Scott has expertise in chemical weapons and hazardous waste disposal, awarded seven patents and experience in defense and environmental markets.  Throughout his career, he has been involved in education and has a passion for using technology in education to enhance the learning environment.


Registration is now open for the STEM Forum that will be held on October 10th at Hudson High School.

 

Registration can be completed online at: https://fs19.formsite.com/targetmar/form16/index.html


Click the map below to calculate directions to Hudson High School - 2500 Hudson Aurora Road Hudson, OH, 44236

 

Watch a recap video from the 2014 forum