By Sean Hackbarth
As if oil and gas permit restrictions on federal lands and ill-considered regulation weren’t big enough obstacles to energy development, the lack of skilled workers is also hamstringing the energy industry and our economy.
By Cheryl Oldham
By Susan Abravanel
STEM Fest 2012 will be honoring 14 dedicated middle school STEM teachers from across the United States for their participation in Youth Service America's STEMester of Service. STEM Fest will highlight the program’s effective practices and its impact on student achievement, career and workforce readiness, and communities.
Marc Tucker, president of the National Center on Education and the Economy, posted a blog on Education Week’s website titled, “STEM: Why It Makes No Sense.” In it, he posit
By Keith J. Peden, senior vice president of Human Resources and Security for Raytheon Company.
WASHINGTON, DC.—America needs a workforce skilled in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), and a notable group of companies and organizations is uniting to ensure that the nation gets the message.
Great Minds, Great Ideas, Great Partnerships
Join Greater Spokane Inc. for a community conversation on STEM Education. The keynote speaker will be Domenic Giandomenico, Director of Education and Workforce for the Institute for A Competitive Workforce (ICW). Conversation facilitated by the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) Center for Inquiry Science.