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GSA Joins STEM Leaders in Barcelona

The Global STEM Alliance signals their commitment to the next generation of STEM in Barcelona.

Published March 03, 2015

GSA Joins STEM Leaders in Barcelona

Today, the Global STEM Alliance (GSA) of the New York Academy of Sciences signaled their commitment to the next generation of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) innovators at an event in Barcelona with the City of Barcelona, ARM and Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc. (SONY CSL).

The event, held in parallel with the World Mobile Congress, featured prominent, global STEM Leaders exploring workforce challenges, as well as solutions in the form of novel global initiatives designed to ramp up STEM education through public-private partnerships, including the GSA and the Global Math Challenge.

Participants included Mr. Antoni Vives, Deputy Mayor, The City of Barcelona, Mr. Manel Blasco, President Consorci d’Educacio de Barcelona, Mr. Ellis Rubinstein, President and CEO of the New York Academy of Sciences, Dr. Hiroaki Kitano, President and CEO, Sony CSL and Dr. John Heinlein, Vice President of Corporate Marketing, ARM.