Tagged: STEM Education

Fulbright Puts Focus On Arctic Research

What do a sociologist from Russia, a biologist from Sweden and artist from the US all have in common? They are all a part of a group of 17 leaders in their fields who, over the next year and a half, will be expected to help demystify the Arctic.

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Revisiting The STEM Workforce

Does the United States have a “glut” or “shortage” of STEM workers? It’s a question that has long permeated policy conversations about the U.S. STEM workforce. But is this the right question to ask?