MAPS Conference 2016 – “Innovate, Imagine, Inspire – Taking a New Approach”

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MAPS Conference 2016 – “Innovate, Imagine, Inspire – Taking a New Approach”

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Dear MAPS Member,

The James E. Richmond Science Center invites you, MAPS friends and colleagues, to join us July 27-30, 2016 in Waldorf, Maryland for what will be an historic conference. The meeting will be a great time of camaraderie and professional development, plus the chance to shop, dine, and discover many local historic sites. The local community is rich in history and diversity. Charles County is great to visit if you would like to bring your family!

MAPS Conference 2016 – Delegate Registration

“Innovate, Imagine, Inspire – Taking a New Approach”

Delegate Registration due by June 10, 2016

MAPS Conference 2016 – Conference Schedule

A preliminary 2016 MAPS Conference Schedule is now available.

Descriptions of more invited talks and other workshops will be posted as information becomes available.

MAPS Conference 2016 – Participate and Contribute

There are four ways to bring your talent and unique experience to the stage at the 2016 MAPS conference.

Paper Talks
Poster Presentations
Workshops
Panel Discussions

MAPS Conference 2016 – Margaret Noble Lecture by Steve Russo

How I Got Here, From There, With A Little Help From My (Planetarium) Friends!

MAPS Conference 2016 – Host Information

The James E. Richmond Science Center is a focal point of St. Charles High School. The science center includes a state-of-the-art 60-foot diameter, 184-seat Digital Dome Classroom, a 6-foot diameter NOAA Science On a Sphere®, and an experiential learning center, or Discovery Lab.

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