Bright Future for Students at STEM Hub Business-Education Partnerships Summit
Today, Omni Nano attended the L.A. Regional STEM Hub Business-Education Partnerships Summit, that was hosted in partnership with the Tiger Woods Foundation and the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, CA. The STEM Hub aims to strengthen schools and the future of STEM students by supporting business-education partnerships. The Executive Director of the Samueli Foundation, Gerald Solomon, gave a great Keynote address on “STEM Learning Ecosystems Initiative.” Mr. Solomon also moderated a panel on “Education and Industry Partnerships for STEM Education and Workforce Development,” which included one of our supporters from Northrop Grumman Corporation, Dan Nieman. Omni Nano looks forward to closing the achievement gap in STEM and nanotechnology by providing cutting edge curricula and dynamic learning approaches.