Society for Science & the Public, Research Teachers Conference

Welcome to the Participant Registration System for the Middle School and High School Research Teachers Conferences. We are thrilled you will be joining us at the conference and look forward to hearing your questions, new ideas, and advice over the course of the weekend.

The majority of the breakout sessions at the conference are led by teachers like you, who have intermediate or veteran level experience supporting students in STEM research projects and competitions. We encourage you to consider presenting or serving on a panel.

The conference will include:

  • Plenary Sessions – Learn more about the Society, our programs, and our sponsors.
  • Breakout Sessions – Watch presentations and panel discussions led by fellow teachers and engage with presenters in Q&A.
  • Opportunities Hall – Visit booths of organizations that offer professional development, resources, and grants.
  • Experiences Hall – Take virtual tours, play STEM games, and find interactive lessons for your students.
  • Networking Café – Chat with other teachers who are attending the conference.
  • Society for Science & the Public Office – Stop by to ask questions about our programs, get help, or just say hello.
  • Social Events – Join us for a happy hour merry-go-round, family movie night, or our geocaching challenge.

To attend the conference, begin by clicking "Create an Account" button on the right side of this page. If you have already created an account, click “Login” to start or to return to your Participant Registration Forms.

If you have any questions with these forms or the event, please contact teachers@societyforscience.org.

Society for Science & the Public

Society for Science & the Public, is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) membership organization focused on promoting the understanding and appreciation of science and the vital role it plays in human advancement: to inform, educate, and inspire. We do so though our science research competition – the International Science and Engineering Fair, Regeneron Science Talent Search, and Broadcom MASTERS – and through our award-winning journalism – Science News and Science News for Students. In recent years, our Outreach and Equity programs have quickly expanded to include Science News in High Schools, the Advocate Program, STEM Action and Research Grants, and the Research Teachers Conferences.

Sponsors

The High School Research Teachers Conference is made possible through the generous support of Regeneron. https://www.regeneron.com/

The Middle School Research Teachers Conference is made possible through the generous support of DoD STEM. https://dodstem.us/

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Process

1. Open an Account

Click on the "Open an Account" link on the right side of this webpage and complete the form. After you submit, an email will be sent to your email address confirming your account.

2. Login

Login to the Research Teachers Conference Attendee Information System, using your email address as your username and the password you chose when you opened the account.

3. Create

Create your "Registration Form" by selecting it from the drop-down menu and select "Create."

4. Save

During the form collection period, your form can be saved as DRAFT until all the required information is completed. As each section is complete, you will see a appear in the category tab when the form is saved. At any time, you can download and print your form by clicking on the icon in the Form Summary section.

5. Submit

On completion, save your form as FINAL. Download and print a copy of your form for your records by clicking on the icon in the Form Summary section in the right column. Note: If an update is required prior to the end of the collection period, you can make the update and resave as FINAL.

If you require assistance or additional information, please contact teachers@societyforscience.org.

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Contact Us

Society for Science & the Public
1719 N Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
Phone: 202.785.2255
Email:   teachers@societyforscience.org
Society for Science and the Public - Research Teachers Conference