An Evening with Dr. LeRoy Jones from National Science Foundation

Please join us for an engaging discussion featuring Dr. LeRoy Jones, Program Director at the National Science Foundation. Dr. Jones will speak about the importance of a STEM education for young people including those with social and learning differences. Given the continuing demand in the workplace for skilled STEM workers, Dr. Jones knows first-hand the value of encouraging and supporting all students in STEM

6:30 – 8:00 p.m. – Light dinner and presentation

This is a FREE community event. Open to all. Seating is limited.

About Dr. LeRoy Jones

Dr. LeRoy Jones II, is currently a Project Director at the National Science Foundation (NSF), Professor and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Chicago State University and Director of the Center for STEM Education & Research.  Prior to joining CSU, he was a Research Scientist for BP Amoco Chemicals in Naperville, Illinois.  Jones earned his Chemistry BS at Bradley University, his PhD at University of South Carolina – Columbia, and did a postdoc in Organometallic Chemistry at the California Institute of Technology – Caltech.  Dr. Jones and his wife, Lolita, of twenty-seven years reside in Highland, Indiana, and have three children: Kaiita, Kyerra, and Timothy.

About STEM3 Academy:

The Help Group’s STEM³ Academy provides a robust Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) based curriculum to students with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, and other social and learning differences. For more information, visit www.stem3academy.org or contact Dr. Ellis Crasnow at 818-623-6386 or [email protected].

No Fee

Monday, April 8, 2019
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM Lite Dinner & Presentation

STEM3 Academy
6455 Coldwater Canyon Ave,
Valley Glen, CA 91606