Lenovo Funds STEM Education

3/28/2012 12:00:00 AM

Lenovo announced that it is expanding its relationship with Harpeth Hall, the Nashville, Tennessee girl’s school, through a contribution that will elevate The Center for STEM Education for Girls to an international scale. This partnership will provide the needed resources to collect and disseminate research in best STEM practices at the secondary level, to attract an international audience to an annual STEM conference, and to provide scholarship funds to participate in the Center’s STEM Think Tank and Conference and Summer Institute.

Lenovo’s $50,000 commitment is the company’s latest efforts to support STEM studies.

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