Date of publication: 2017-08-22 09:14
How do we sustain the connection between creativity and STEM as adults, once we have completed our education and are out in the workplace? STEM careers are traditionally thought of as left-brained (logical, analytical and objective) rather than right-brained (intuitive, thoughtful and creative) endeavors. However, many of us have a desire to engage both analytical and creative thinking in our day-to-day work. The good news is, despite the traditional view that STEM fields are purely analytical, there might actually be more need for creativity in STEM than initially meets the eye.
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