STEM Open Forum
Santa Clara University is dramatically reshaping the environment in which our students and faculty will be able to engage in discovery and innovation for decades to come. Although the extensive planning efforts have primarily involved faculty and staff from engineering, the natural sciences and mathematics, many others in the University community have raised a number of questions and concerns about the goals and implementation of the STEM 2020 project.
I invite you to join Debbie Tahmassebi, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Al Ortega, Dean of the School of Engineering, and me in an open discussion about the planning underway and the potential impact this endeavor could have on the University’s future. Bill Sundstrom, Chair of the Faculty Senate, will moderate this Thursday’s STEM Open Forum.
3:30-5:00 PM, Thursday, January 25 in the Williman Room, Benson Center