Sunday, December 18, 2016

Public Thinking Event: STEM survey

On November 2, for our Public Thinking Event, we organized short questionnaires to raise questions about student engagements with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, known commonly as STEM. Students highlighted barriers and opportunities for pursuing studies in those fields.

Among other findings, we discovered that many students are interested in the creation of more clubs and teams as potential vehicles to deepen their learning experiences in STEM-related fields. We coordinated a followup concerning clubs and teams for our November 16 Public Thinking Event.

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