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STEM Educators Society

The STEM Educators Society (SES) is a student run organization whose main purpose is to actively promote the learning and exploration of the Math/Science/Technology and Technological Education world. All M/S/T and Tech Ed majors are a part of SES. Students are welcome to attend general SES meetings and are highly encouraged to participate in competitions, workshops, and trips. It is a great way to make friends within the major and also meet and get to know the faculty.

The department’s professors and society officers will notify and e-mail students during the school year for notification about upcoming event information.

Congratulations to everyone who participated at TECAeast November 11–13, 2012. A special thank you goes out to our department staff and faculty, as well as our SES members.

  • 1st Place: Teaching Lesson Challenge
    • Allyson Salmon
    • Joanna Papadopoulos
  • 1st Place: Instructional Module Challenge
    • Heather Petersack,
    • Amanda Turton,
    • Emilie Taylor
  • 2nd Place: Communication Challenge
    • Kevin Cardenas,
    • Joanna Papadopoulos,
    • Matt Iannelli,
    • Ellie Barkin
  • 2nd Place: K-5 STEM Challenge
    • Katie Pacione
    • Jessica Didyoung
  • 2nd Place: Transportation Challenge
    • Matt Garrera
    • Ben DeRuosi
    • Matt Potter
    • Chris Papadopoulos
    • Michael Rossini
  • 2nd Place: Poster Challenge
    • Ygor Carvalho
    • Emma Saporito
  • 3rd Place: Problem Solving Challenge
    • Allyson Salmon
    • Allison Au
    • Kevin Bradley
    • Ygor Carvalho
    • Frank Caccavale


To find out more about the 2012 Conference please visit TEECA-East

For more information about how our students did and pictures visit TCNJ TEECA 2012

Our Communications Team at TEECAeast, Kevin Cardenas, Joanna Papadopoulos, Matt Iannelli and Ellie Barkin, were challenged to create a 60 second video to explain the importance of STEM education to school administrators.