- 1.Many U.S. colleges and universities have vacant seats in their STEM programs (live link) even as the nation faces a shortage of students in these disciplines.
- 2.Although numbers of women and students of color entering higher education is increasing, this is not true when it comes to STEM fields.
- 3.US industries are becoming increasingly vocal about the need to grow the pool of qualified applicants for jobs in STEM-related sectors of the economy. At the same time, they are frustrated by their inability to connect directly to graduates with particular skill sets, and with the universities who educate them.
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