Loyola University President

Loyola University President: STEM alone is not enough

Loyola University PresidentFrom the Huffington Post: The concerns of presidents past and present are about a changing economy and America’s role in that economy. Those concerns are absolutely important and valid. And, the development of STEM education is important so Americans will be able to take their place in a changing work force.

But there is something missing — something that so far is absent from the STEM education discussion. The fields of science and technology alone do not tell human beings how to use the knowledge or the technology. There is no formula for that.

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