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The stakeholders- the instructors of Natural Science College, representatives of North Shoa Zone Administration, Fiche

Town Administration and Education Office from all North Shoa Zone Woreda’s have participated in the workshop, and it was stated that the STEM power center will serve to create exposure for young and enthusiastic students about the world of science and technology. Providing the opening speech, Dr. Eshetu Wondimu, Salale University Research and Community Service Vice President, mentioned that the university has established this center in collaboration with STEM POWER ETHIOPIA to strengthen, and promote capacity-building of youngsters in Science and Technology at all levels of education. He further stated that the significance of holding this workshop is to notify stakeholders about the overview of the STEM power so that all stakeholders should have played their crucial roles to achieve the planned objectives by the center.

Mr. Tesfaye Banti, Associate Dean of the STEM POWER Center at Adama Science and Technology University, presented a general elucidation on STEM, importance of STEM, Global and local STEM education practice. He also briefed Adama Science and Technology University’s STEM power education experience. In his explanation, STEM power education is an approach that focuses on hard science, develops critical thinking, and improves problem-solving ability.

Afterward, Tolasa Belete, Dean College of Natural Sciences and the coordinator of the STEM POWER Center at Salale University, briefed the participants on the annual plan; student selection criteria. Based on the dean’s presentation, the participants have actively discussed. The participants expressed their gratitude to Salale University for its efforts which have been made to encourage science and innovation.

In his concluding remarks, Dr. Tsegaye Deyou, Vice President for Academic Affairs of Salale University, called up on the stakeholders to work together in shared aims and commitment by supporting the university's efforts. Finally, the participants visited the STEM POWER Center established at Salale University General Tadesse Birru main Campus.

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