Education in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) is key to social innovation and economic opportunity. This is true for students who become STEM professionals, and for all students who graduate in the 21st century. But literacy in STEM subjects is lagging, and skilled STEM students are in short supply. HP launched the Catalyst Initiative to get to the root causes of the challenge, and to explore the future of STEM education.


The HP Catalyst Initiative is establishing a network of leading educators, education institutions, and key stakeholders in selected countries to explore innovative approaches to STEM education. By combining technology with expertise, we can empower great teaching and create transformational learning experiences for students.


Project leader Isaac K'Owino and his colleagues at MMUST are dissecting the way 21st century students learn STEM subjects, and exploring methods of education that incorporate technology in this learning process. K’Owino has is working to expand teaching se puede comprar viagra sin receta en colombia possibilities through his project “East African Computational Chemistry Infrastructure.”

Our approach is multidisciplinary, collaborative, and global.Our Consortium brings together experts from various types of fields. These experts focus on specific opportunities to use technology to enhance STEM teaching and learning. We want https://www.viagrasansordonnancefr.com/viagra-cialis/ to foster dialogue and debate, challenging assumptions about what's needed and what's possible, to better prepare students to compete in the information economy. 

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