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3rd Annual CSF Workshop

The Third Annual Caribbean Science Foundation Workshop was held in Georgetown, Guyana on December 2-3, 2013 in collaboration with the Ministry of Education of Guyana and the Caribbean Diaspora for Science Technology and Innovation (CADSTI).

Invitation to 2013 Annual CADSTI-CFS

The workshop featured:

  • Career options in the STEM disciplines
  • How to network with the Diaspora
  • Science & technology entrepreneurship in the Region
  • Science and technology policy development examples for small island states
  • Offerings of teacher training in the STEM disciplines
  • Inquiry and project-based learning methods in STEM
  • CSF education reform initiatives: Student Program for Innovation in Science and Engineering (SPISE) and the Sagicor Visionaries Challenge
  • Plans for launch of the CSF Science Engineering and Entrepreneurship Development (SEED) fund
  • Posters covering scientific research in the Caribbean
  • How you can become involved in supporting the work and the projects of the CSF in your country
  • Opportunities for providing expert consulting services in science and engineering, and science and technology policy/planning to corporations and Governments in the Region
  • Winners of the CSF Distinguished Service Awards

Register online at
http://cadsti.org/conference_registration/
or Print out the paper registration form at
http://cadsti.org/files/2013-CSF-Workshop-Registration-Form.pdf
Download the draft agenda from
http://cadsti.org/files/2013-CSF-Workshop-Draft-Agenda.pdf
Book your hotel at the conference venue
(http://www.grandcoastal.com/)
or explore alternative hotels in Georgetown at
http://cadsti.org/

For more information about the CSF and CADSTI you may visit:
 http://caribbeanscience.org or
 http://cadsti.org
or contact Prof. Cardinal Warde at warde.csf@gmail.com.

1 Comment

  1. Kathrin says:

    I couldn’t refrain from commenting. Perfectly written!

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