June 06, 2017 — The Christian Science Monitor — “Can female mentors patch the leaky STEM pipeline?”
As a freshman, Stephanie Mula found the University of Massachusetts's engineering program "overwhelming. Nevertheless, she went on to beat the odds of the famously leaky science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) pipeline that produces only three professionals for every 100 female students...

May 30, 2017 — Education Dive — “Armed Forces see STEM education as ensuring a bright future”
Employers in fields that utilize science, technology, engineering and mathematics have consistently sounded a warning bell about the future of STEM in the United States, cautioning that there is a coming gap in qualified applicants for employers. The rates of STEM graduates are not keeping up with t...

May 10, 2017 — U.S. News & World Report — “Students Shouldn't Live in STEM Deserts”
More than ever, a high-quality math and science education is the foundation for opportunity Yet, we as a nation continue with a familiar pattern in which access to high-quality STEM learning is unevenly distributed. Millions of students across the country live in what we call STEM deserts school...