STEM Access for People with Disabilities

On Thursday, September 30th, we held a panel discussion with the non-profit organization Design With Us hosted by PCCM to learn how disabilities can revolutionize design thinking

You're invited to learn how disabilities can revolutionize design thinking — and how materials science can play a vital role in developing methods for inclusion, accessibility and equity in STEM education.

Join Jen Lee Reeves, Co-Founder & Executive Director of Design With Us(link is external) plus panelists on Thursday, September 30th from 7:30pm - 8:30pm EDT to learn about the work of this non-profit organization and their approaches to inclusion-based STEM design programs for disabled youth in upper elementary, middle and high school.


Panel discussion is hosted by Daniel Steinberg, Education Outreach Director for Princeton Center for Complex Materials and co-hosted by STEM on Stage.

RSVP here: http://pccmdesignwithus.eventbrite.com(link is external)

First originating as the Born Just Right(link is external) blog in 2005 and then formed as a non-profit organization in 2017, Design With Us further expands on this groundbreaking mission to promote in-person, hybrid and virtual STEM programs designed with and by disabled young people. Design With Us believes sharing design and STEM knowledge empowers youth to create their own solutions . Disabilities offer powerful perspectives and design helps grow confidence and knowledge as young people evolve into adults.

This virtual event is free with RSVP. 

Recommended for adults and students ages 10 & older. A program link will be emailed 24 hours in advance of the program.

http://www.designwithus.org(link is external)