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The Maker Educator Convening is an annual gathering of maker education practitioners from all over the world, organized by Maker Ed. This year, the event will take place in Pittsburgh, PA, in collaboration with MuseumLab at Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh. We are committed to further exploring last year’s themes—equity, accessibility, and sustainability in maker education—over two full days of sharing, collaboration, and delicious food. We hope you will join us! To register and for more information, visit Maker Ed’s website.
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Rob Rouse

Southern Methodist University
STEM Education Program Chair
Rob Rouse is a Clinical Associate Professor of Education at Southern Methodist University (SMU). Prior to pursuing his Ph.D. in Teaching, Learning, and Diversity at Vanderbilt University, Rob taught high school chemistry for four years at a performing arts high school in New York City as a member of the New York City Teaching Fellows. At SMU, Rob supervises first-year teachers; teaches graduate and undergraduate education courses in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM); and chairs the STEM education committee. Rob is a founding member of SMU’s Maker Education Project. In his work with the Maker Education Project, Rob supports teachers implementing maker education by conducting professional development for educators using SMU’s mobile makerspace, the MakerTruck.