STEM—the integration of science, technology, engineering and math
In an interconnected and interdependent world, Winsor's generous-minded women need fluency in interdisciplinary approaches for full access to the tools to contribute to the world. STEM interdisciplinarity integrates the methods of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to empower students, not only within each of these fields, but also to confront problems in the greater global community, to advance the pursuits of the arts and humanities, and to have the agency that will reinforce their voices. Coding, CAD, electronics, 3D printing, and other means fabrication become daily activities amongst collaborating students engaged in a cycle of prototyping and in problem-based learning.
There isn't one problem in the world that is happening on a global scale that does not have a scientific component in it.