Rise in degree numbers in STEM fields is good news for Wisconsin’s startup scene

04/05/17

The number of graduates from Wisconsin higher education institutions who are completing degrees in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields has been rising in recent years—a trend that bodes well for the state’s startup scene, according to Aaron Hagar, vice president of entrepreneurship and innovation with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation. “STEM talent is crucial
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