Where STEM Means Leadership
The impressive roster of U.S. News STEM Solutions 2013 supporters included more than 50 key organizations representing industry and education–lending their support as Sponsors, Supporting Organizations and Media Partners.
“Statistics show that the U.S. STEM workforce is aging while jobs requiring specialized training in math and science are growing at five times the rate of other occupations. A strong STEM workforce is not only vital for the U.S. to increase its global competitiveness for technological innovations, but is also important for companies like Texas Instruments that are dependent on having a diverse workforce with creativity and innovative ideas. TI is committed to improving math and science teaching and learning, and the U.S. STEM Solutions conference is an opportunity to engage with other STEM education leaders to share ideas for growing our future STEM workforce.” - Melendy Lovett, President of Texas Instruments Education Technology
“GM and the GM Foundation are committed to improving education in America to ensure the next generation of STEM professionals have the necessary skills and foundation to compete globally,” said Ken Barrett, GM Chief Diversity Officer. “There continues to be demand for high caliber talent, especially in the automotive industry. Through industry partnerships and our Buick Achiever’s Scholarship program, we’re providing resources to encourage student interest in STEM-related fields and ensure an excellent education is available for our future workforce.” - Ken Barrett, GM Chief Diversity Officer
For information about how to become a partner, email info@USNewsSTEMSolutions.com