The 3rd Koltanowski Chess in Education conference takes place 29-30 July in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, and online. It will be streamed and be available for subsequent viewing.
Schedule and panelists here: http://www.uschesstrust.org/ Some of the highlights: “Chess Fitness Might Ward Oﬀ Alzheimer’s and Dementia; Physiological Changes of Chess Playing” by Dr. Robert Friedland, chief, Laboratory of Neurogeriatrics – University of Louisville; “Teaching Pattern Recognition through Chess: Linking Chess to STEM” by Siddhartha Sen, Ph.D., Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research New York City Lab and WIM Beatriz Marinello; “The Role of FIDE in the Promotion of Chess in Education” by Dana Reizniece-Ozola, FIDE Managing Director, Deputy Chair of FIDE Management Board.
Most of the presentations at the conference will be available online at www.uschesstrust.org
Registration (free) here: http://www.uschesstrust.org/3rd-international-koltanowski-conference-on-chess-in-education-registration/