Generation Innovation: How a public school STEM competition is helping educate the next wave of empathetic leaders
On this episode, Chris Denson sits down with Ann Woo, Senior Director of Corporate Citizenship at Samsung Electronics America to learn about STEM curriculum in education. She tells Chris about Samsung Solve for Tomorrow, a national high school level competition with a $2MM prize.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THIS EPISODE:
When people think of STEM, they think of equipment like 3D printers and laser cutters. So how did you go about understanding the difference between a stem lab and STEM curriculum in education?
I think the stats of US students performance on math and science just underwhelms compared to other countries. And we knew that students weren’t really interested in studying math and science here in the US. So what we wanted to do is not be a classroom, but to work with educators to understand how we as a corporation could change the conversation, could…