Friday, January 13, 2017

STEM Crisis Discussion Event

The "STEM Crisis" and Science Policy
Open discussion with USC Public Policy Professor 
Jennifer Miller

Wednesday, January 18th
ZHS 200

Does the US have a shortage of workers with STEM skills, or is it the opposite? How does science policy affect research centers, funding and distribution of positions, and higher STEM education? Join us next Wednesday for a discussion. If you want to, read the following articles about the debate before attending.

IEEE Spectrum "The STEM Crisis Is a Myth."

Change the Equation "STEM HELP WANTED Demand for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Weathers the Storm"

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