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Committing to Action: Girls and STEM at CGI

Late last month, President Clinton, Secretary Clinton, and Chelsea Clinton hosted the fourth meeting of CGI Americas, an annual event focused on finding solutions that promote economic recovery in the United States. This working meeting brought together leaders from corporations, … Read more >

Moving from Red to Green

Across the globe, corporations, researchers, and national organizations are studying the reasons behind the declining number of degrees in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields. The number of STEM graduates is declining across the board – especially for women … Read more >

How 10,000 Parents Will Inspire Future Scientists and Engineers

How can parents influence under-represented minorities to pursue or complete a STEM education? The fact is that while more students from all racial backgrounds are entering college with an interest in STEM, the vast majority of these students either complete … Read more >

#Tech4Good @ #CES2013

Walking through the CES halls last week was like being a kid on Christmas morning. Lights are flashing, adrenaline is flowing, and there are so many things to see and unwrap. Your heart pounds with excitement as you decide on … Read more >

She Will Innovate: New Changemakers and Ashoka Fellows

“Ashoka knows that when women and girls have a chance to succeed, everybody wins,” said Ashoka President, Diana Wells. “The three winners in the ‘She Will Innovate’ competition are unlocking access to literacy, education, health information, and economic opportunity for … Read more >

Creating and Measuring Shared Value: What’s so different about it?

At the annual Net Impact Conference held recently, we had the opportunity to participate in a shared value panel discussion centered on understanding how companies are deploying the concept of shared value, including new methodology on measuring shared value, developed … Read more >

Greatness starts by doing the small things right

Across the globe, researchers, educators and organizations are studying the reasons behind declining degrees in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields – and there is no shortage of data on “the problem.” However, it is extremely rare to find research or information … Read more >