CSTEM was recognized as one of the 20 finalists for the 2011 World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) Awards. CSTEM was chosen by a committee of leading education experts for its success in identifying, promoting and implementing best practices that strengthen education strategies. (http://www.wise-qatar.org/)
If chosen as one of the six winners, CSTEM will be awarded a cash prize and the opportunity to share their story to over 1,000 world leaders and advocates in education at the 2011 WISE Summit: “Transforming Education: Investment, Innovation and Inclusion” in Doha, Qatar on November 1-3rd. The Awards finalist’s and winners will act as a reference and set new standards for the international community.
Dr. Flowers, graciously noted, “I am humbled and thankful for this opportunity. I see this important recognition as a testament that our efforts at CSTEM can and will have a significant impact on STEM education in our world—because we’re helping prepare our future generation of STEM leaders for a rapidly evolving global economy.”