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Event: Project Lead the Way National Innovation Summit

Innovation SummitDates: October 20-22, 2010
Location: Grand Hyatt, Washington, DC
Cost: Early registration: $350 (until  7/30); $425 Full registration.

Innovation Summit

Project Lead the Way hosts its first annual National Innovation Summit, to engage, inspire, and re-energize STEM education. The summit organizers aim to assemble innovative thinkers within and without STEM education to explore such topics as:

  • Tech Tools, Tech Skills: Working Together for Education
  • Creating Seamless Transitions: Teleporting Students to Success
  • The Power of Competitions: Placing the Spotlight on Relevance
  • Nano-izing K-12: The Role of Nanomedicine and Nanotechnology

Designed as a collaborative forum with panel discussions, breakout sessions, and interactive presentations, the Innovation Summit will serve as a platform to showcase the latest in STEM education with particular focus on assessment, student projects, award-winning schools, partnerships, and workforce development.

Registration is Now Open

Early registration: $350 (ends 7/30); $425 Standard registration. Please register online. Space is limited and early registration is encouraged.


Sponsorships are still available. For more information, contact Debbie Mayer at or 202-457-4133.

Extend Your Stay

The National Innovation Summit is being held in Washington, DC, in conjunction with another inaugural event — the USA Science & Engineering Festival Expo, Oct. 10-24, 2010. Extend your stay and join PLTW and 500 hundred science and engineering organizations as they gather on the National Mall to celebrate science. Visit the PLTW exhibit between the engineering and life sciences wings next to event sponsor Lockheed Martin.

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