On September 22, 2014, The University of Colorado Boulder co-organized a conference with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to address intertwined national challenges in undergraduate STEM education, including access and quality of education, student retention, and the predicted shortfall of 1 million STEM workers by 2022. Nearly 100 stakeholders in key intuitional leadership positions across the country identified key focus areas, including: a renewed focus on institutional commitments and the identification of key opportunities and challenges for educational transformation. For more information on the conference outcomes, view the executive summary and conference report below.

Executive Summary (click here for pdf)

Conference Report (click here for pdf)