Professor Dietiker and Students Present at NE Noyce Conference

12-5576-SEDHEADS-037Professor Leslie Dietiker and three Noyce Program student participants, Jillian Cohen, Samantha Bell, and Lauren Kutler, will present at the 3rd annual Noyce Northeast Regional Conference event for March 20th to 22nd, 2014. Dietiker and students will present Boston University’s most current Noyce program offerings.

Jillian Cohen is part of the Bringing Engineers into STEM Teaching: Boston University’s Noyce Scholars Program in Mathematics (The BEST Project). Samantha Bell and Lauren Kutler will represent the Math for America Noyce Program.

The NE Noyce Conference will be held in Philadelphia, PA. The conference aims to bring researchers, scholars, and professionals together to “meet, network, and share ideas and best practices pertinent to teaching in high-need schools.”

Read more about the NE Noyce Conference.

Read more about the Noyce Programs at Boston University.

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