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We don’t need more STEM majors. We need more STEM majors with liberal arts training.

The ability to draw from other disciplines produces better scientists. By Loretta Jackson-Hayes February 18, 2015 Dr. Loretta Jackson-Hayes is an associate professor of chemistry at Rhodes College in Memphis. Reference: The Washington Post In business and at every level of government, we hear how important it is to graduate more students majoring in science, technology, engineering…

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The Best Teacher I Never Had

By Bill Gates  | January 27, 2016 Thirty years ago I went on vacation and fell for Richard Feynman. A friend and I were planning a trip together and wanted to mix a little learning in with our relaxation. We looked at a local university’s film collection, saw that they had one of his lectures on…

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Coordinating Exchanges for Learning

Were the contemporary scientific discoveries that were placed before you as a child in any way a catalyst for your own curiosities? As a youngster did you keen-fully observe the engineering of technology that was tooled for discovery? Did the Apollo or space shuttle orbiter missions inspire any meaning or perspective?  Are you a scientist, a citizen…

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