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Improving STEM Opportunities for Hispanics/Latinos is Vital to the US Economy

By 2044 Hispanics and Latinos will become a majority-minority here in the United States; and by 2050 the size of the population will have...

Tackling the Challenge of Making the Innovation Economy Post-Racial

This article first appeared on A Platform for Good. Click here to see the original post. By Patrick Gusman Patrick is a versatile international corporate and nonprofit executive...

She-Geeks: The New Age of Women and Girls in STEM

Every day there is a new development in technology and greater demand for forward thinkers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). One of...

America Has an Adequate Supply of STEM Workers, We Just Won’t...

Even with the educational gap between minority and white students, it is not clear that this gap has led to an insufficient supply of...

Increasing and Improving STEM Education and Access to Technology

For generations, black innovators have made great contributions to global advancement in the fields of science and technology. Through the development of numerous labor-saving...

The Current Rise of Women in Technology

Did you know that before engineering and technology were recognized as professions, women were often sought out as inventors? As early as 350 B.C.,...

Higgs boson For Dummies – Literally

Good luck getting a nation that ranks near last in math and science to care

Microsoft Encourages Students to “Kinect” to Their Future

Over 100 local minority high school and college students learn about careers in technology.

Winning the Future with STEM

The importance of STEM - science, technology, engineering and math - can’t be underestimated in preparing students for an increasingly technological tomorrow. By 2018,...

Little Known Fact: Solar Power Is A Powerful Engine of...

The solar power industry is growing by leaps and bounds. But, can people of color catch up with it?