According to an analysis of 2016 data by New American Economy, STEM job postings in the United States outnumber unemployed STEM workers 13 to 1, indicating a critical deficit. But as the U.S. as a whole continues to struggle with this issue, some have embraced this challenge, choosing to use it to their advantage by addressing it at a regional level — much like the city of Harrisburg, Pa., has done.
- Women and people of color are underrepresented in STEM, Pennsylvania universities share how they are making a difference
- Harrisburg University of Science and Technology highlights STEM-UP Network
- Midstate groups trying to keep women in STEM fields
- CIE, STEM-UP NETWORK, WISDOM TO HOST WOMEN IN SCIENCE CONFERENCE
- HU PROVOST DISCUSSES STEM-UP NETWORK, HELPING WOMEN FLOURISH IN STEM WITH COMCAST NEWSMAKERS
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