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Oct 7-92015
Additive Manufacturing Workshop
U.S. National Committee for TAM
Keck Center - Room K-100
500 5th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Oct 202015
ACA Workshop
GUIRR will be hosting a ACA Workshop with Keynote Panelist: Jamie Rhodes, ACA Director

Oct 20-212015
The Disruption Myth and Gaps in the Innovation Ecosystem
GUIRR's Fall General Meeting
The National Academy of Sciences Building
2101 Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20418

Media Coverage

Assuring USAssuring the U.S. Department of Defense a Strong Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Workforce (October 2012)
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July 12, 2014
CBS: Census Data Show U.S. Doesn't Have Shortage of STEM Workers
That report was "consistent with research from Georgetown University, the Economic Policy Institute (EPI), the Rand Corporation, the Urban Institute, and the National Research Council, which have also found no evidence that America has a shortage of high-tech workers.

July 11, 2014
A Shortage of Scientists and Techies? Think Again
CBS News
The Chronicle of Higher Education, citing a National Academies report, concluded last year that an excess of university Ph.D. candidates has led to a glut of life scientists, lab workers and physical scientists.

May 20, 2014 
What STEM Shortage?
National Review Online
Reports by the Economic Policy Institute (EPI), the RAND Corporation, the Urban Institute, and the National Research Council have all found no evidence that STEM workers are in short supply.

November 18, 2013
Is the STEM job advantage a myth?
CBS News
In an in-depth article this week, The Chronicle of Higher Education took a long look at this question and concluded that the STEM job advantage is a myth.

November 11, 2013
The STEM Crisis: Reality or Myth?
The Chronicle of Higher Education
A National Academies report suggests a glut of life scientists, lab workers, and physical scientists, owing in part to over-¬recruitment of science-Ph.D. candidates by universities.