Harris-Stowe State University, NGA Partner to Train STEM Educators

September 21, 2020
Harris-Stowe State University sign at the main entrance to campus
Former NGA Director Robert Sharp (at left), who joined UMSL Chancellor Kristin Sobolik in signing an Educational Partnership Agreement between UMSL and NGA last year, is joining the UMSL Geospatial Collaborative as a research fellow and will help guide efforts to lead collaborative K-16 workforce and talent development. (Photo courtesy of Jessica Daues/NGA)


Harris-Stowe State University and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency have teamed up to develop future science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) educators.

The local university and government agency announced the partnership Monday, saying in a release that it “lays the foundation for NGA and HSSU to collaborate on course offerings at Harris-Stowe for STEM educators.”