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  • March 21, 2019 STEMdaily

    March 21, 2019 STEMdaily

    In today’s STEMdaily, Karen Uhlenbeck becomes the first women to earn the Abel Prize which is considered math’s highest award, U.S. universities are cutting funding ties to Huawei amid pressure from the White House, Chicago invest $32M in its public schools, and MWM-Rhode Island announces new webinar series. Click here for the entire 3/21 STEMdaily. Diversity in STEM Karen Uhlenbeck …Read More
  • STEM students would get free tuition under Illinois bill (Crain’s Chicago Business)

    STEM students would get free tuition under Illinois bill (Crain’s Chicago Business)

    Facing a Democratic governor and General Assembly, a major Springfield business group has decided to go on the offense by pushing an issue with broad bipartisan appeal: filling tens of thousands of well-paying but vacant factory jobs. In his first major legislative initiative, new Illinois Manufacturing Association President Mark Denzler says his top legislative priority is a bill that would waive …Read More
  • Inspiring Girls to Lead in Tech: Intel Foundation invests $1.25M to scale innovative collaboration (Intel)

    Inspiring Girls to Lead in Tech: Intel Foundation invests $1.25M to scale innovative collaboration (Intel)

    What good is a job opening if there is no one to apply? By next year, it is expected that the U.S. will have 1.4 million open computing-related jobs, but only one third of those can be filled by U.S. graduates. In addition, STEM jobs, particularly in technology and engineering fields are growing twice as fast as non-tech jobs. The problem is …Read More

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