The CHIPS Science Act: Exploring Our Nation's STEM Needs

TIES Founder & CEO Jan Morrison, Broadcom Foundation President Paula Golden, Micron Technology Head of Social Impact and STEM Program Robert Simmons, Arizona State University Executive Vice President Sally C. Morton, and ASU Professor of Practice & Senior Advisor to the Office of the President Ann Kirschner discuss exploring our nation's STEM needs at the 2023 ASU+GSV Summit.

This panel will bring together a distinguished group of experts to discuss the current state of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education and workforce development in the United States. The panelists will provide their unique perspectives on the challenges and opportunities facing STEM education and workforce development in the United States. Topics of discussion will include the need for increased funding for STEM education and research, the importance of diversity and inclusion in the STEM workforce, and the role of industry-academia partnerships in addressing the nation's STEM needs. The panel will also delve into the CHIPS Science Act, a proposed legislation that addresses these issues and promotes the growth and competitiveness of the STEM workforce in the United States. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in a Q&A session with the panelists to explore further the challenges and solutions related to the nation's STEM needs.