Gary May, Dean, College of Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
Linda Rosen, Chief Executive Officer, Change the Equation
Russell Shilling, Executive Director of STEM Initiatives, United States Department of Education
Moderated By: Peter Beinart, Contributing Editor, The Atlantic
Gary S. May is the dean of the College of Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology, ranked number 4 in U.S. News & World Report's annual list of the best American graduate engineering programs. From May 2005-June 2011, he served as the Steve W. Chaddick School Chair of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and previous to that, he was the executive assistant to Georgia Tech President G. Wayne Clough from 2002-2005.
Linda Rosen is the chief executive officer of Change the Equation. Her career has focused on scaling up research-based best practices, and working with states, localities, and corporations to implement these practices to ensure long-term sustainability and success.
Russell Shilling is the Executive Director of STEM at the U.S. Department of Education, overseeing the Department’s policies to drive innovation in STEM education and enhance interagency coordination.
Robert Shilling, Executive Director of STEM Initiatives at the Department of Education and Linda Rosen, CEO of Change The Equation describe how games are being used to teach and stir interest in STEM fields.