Highlights from WNY STEM Hub’s Monthly Themed Programs

(Scroll down for each month’s Power Point presentations)

September, 2017 – Science and Engineering: Tomorrow’s Hottest Careers Are in Classrooms Today

Strategic Opportunities for the Implementation of NYSSLS          STEMHub 9.14.17

Kathaleen Burke and Richard Duquin, Senior Professional Consultants, Lab Aids

Stephanie Brunnett, NY Science Specialist, Lab Aids

Teaching Our Youngest Engineers: A Lancaster Success Story       LANCASTER

Karen Marchioli, Director of Elementary Education, Lancaster

Shaun Canaski, Technology Teacher, William Street School

Using Earth SySTEM and GLOBE       Earth SySTEM …. Quick Look

Michael Jabot, Ph.D.

Thank you to the September program sponsor 

and venue sponsor 


November, 2017 – Sun, Sea, and STEM: Making Environmental Passion a Career

Solar Power in WNY

Rob Gauchat from Solar Liberty    WNY STEM Presentation-Email Version (1)

STEM Careers in Environmental Consulting  WNY STEM (1)

Jenny Mogavero, GISP, Technology Innovation Program Lead and Rebecca Smith, Chief Geospatial Specialist from Ecology and Environment, Inc.

NOAA and the B-Wet Program  NOAA BWet WNYstem

Dr. Christine Lamont, a NYS Master Teacher currently teaching Biology, Environmental Science, and Earth Science

Thank you to the November program sponsor    

and venue sponsor

February, 2018 – Students Today, Engineers and Inventors Tomorrow

Educating the Workforce of the Future Through Partnerships  Northland

Mark Hoeber, Dean for Engineering and Technologies at Erie Community College, Stephen Tucker, President and CEO of Northland Workforce Training Center, and Jeff Stevens, Interim Dean,School of Applied Technology. Alfred State College

The Technology Education Program at Depew Schools https://drive.google.com/file/d/19qZqN9h89w8SzUf3EtN-RDcjnce_K4b6/view?usp=sharing

Chas Bonda and Ray Cooper, technology teachers at Depew High School and Depew Middle School respectively

Building a K-12 STEM Pathway Project Lead the Way

Carolyn Malstrom, Ph.D., Senior Director of School Engagement, Project Lead the Way

Engineering for Kids (presentation not available, contact Engineering for Kids for details)

Miriam Kelley, Director of Program Development, Engineering for Kids

Diversity in STEM BEAM

Tonya Myles-Day, Executive Director of Buffalo-area Engineering and Awareness for Minorities (BEAM).

Why a Career as An Engineer Is So Great Engineer

Colleen O’Connell, Hydraulic Engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers (Buffalo District)

An Overview of Northrop Grumman and the Development of Cutting Edge Technology in Buffalo STEM HUB Briefing Rev B

Brian Schmidt, Engineering Manager, Northrop Grumman

Thank you to our Program Sponsor

and venue

March, 2018 – Robots Are Everywhere!

Tonawanda Technologies

Paul Tanis, Manufacturing Engineering Manager at General Motors Tonawanda Engine Plant – presentation not available

Collaborative Robots and People Centric Manufacturing

Matt Malloy, Director of Advanced Manufacturing for BAK USA  – BAK USA

FIRST® Program – The Key to WNY Future Workforce

Glen Pearson, FIRST® Regional Director – FIRST

Robots and the Next Generation Workforce

Gregg Mojica, CEO of Clovis  – Clovis WNY STEM

For information on the Women in STEM Cooperative Summit, April 18 at UB, visit:


Thank you to our program sponsor

and our venue