STEM — the future of the American economy

Jobs in the STEM fields — Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics —have grown 28 percent since 2000, compared to just 6 percent in other fields, according to the 2016 U.S. News/Raytheon STEM Index. But there’s a problem. The growth of STEM jobs is far outstripping the number of available graduates. Lawrence Technological University (LTU) has responded by creating the Richard E. Marburger STEM Center, which will support the long-existing STEM outreach programs at LTU and introduce new programs

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