STEMpact Invests in Developing STEM-Capable Teachers

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STEMpact Invests in Developing STEM-Capable Teachers

St. Louis STEM-Based Companies Invest in the Future
STEM TQ teachers get a firsthand look at the workings of a science lab during a visit to MilliporeSigma on July 19, 2017.

STEM TQ teachers get a firsthand look at the workings of a science lab during a visit to MilliporeSigma on July 19, 2017.

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Wednesday, August 9, 2017 - 8:00am

CAMPAIGN: Employee and Community Engagement

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Each summer, St. Louis area companies, in collaboration with Washington University, invite approximately 200 teachers to the campus of Washington University in St. Louis for two weeks of in-depth STEM development. This includes new research-based methodologies and on-site experiences at local STEM companies to see practical application of some of the concepts that are being taught to make the connection between academia and industry. 

Read more at Schoolpartnership.wustl.edu.

Keywords: Education | Academia | Corporate Contributions | Diversity & Inclusion | Education | MilliporeSigma | Partnerships | Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | Quality Education | STEM | Washington University in St. Louis

CAMPAIGN: Employee and Community Engagement

CONTENT: Article