State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Independence) recently attended the Fall 2012 Northeast Ohio STEMM Invention, Commercialization and Entrepreneurship Forum, held at Hudson High School.

The 2012 Forum was a partnership between Entrepreneurial Engagement Ohio and The Ohio Academy of Science. The program included a specific emphasis on STEMM invention, commercialization and entrepreneurship, which recently was the emphasis of a major report by the Ohio Board of Regents. John Klipfell, a Broadview Heights resident, has been working for Entrepreneurial Engagement Ohio in an effort to develop STEMM education.

“STEMM education is a crucial step in helping to assist our children’s educational future,” Rep Anielski said. “I am pleased to have the opportunity to be working with John to explore additional options as to how we can generate more awareness about STEMM education.”


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