While the humanities may not be as popular as they once were, STEM students—and institutions—have much to gain from some of their timeless lessons. These colleges and universities are taking note and adapting.
Deloitte, Apple, IBM and Google are some of the big-name companies to partner with the school's STEM field, offering career and skill development training, research opportunities and program funding. As a result, students are leading cutting-edge research and getting hired.
Part of why women feel limited in their career choices has to do with a disconnect between aptitude and interest, along with lingering stereotypes about what industries they are "expected" to enter after high school, the report suggests.