invitation of the European Commission and Scientix, a European network that
coordinates activities in STEM field and education, JOBSTEM project leader, prof.dr. Josip Burusic, was invited
to present the activities of two projects that he leads in a selective meeting that brings together key actors and projects in this area.Professor Burusic had the opportunity to present the JOBSTEM project, which is the first Croatian scientifically reviewed project in the STEM area and "Be STEMpatic!"- a project aimed at developing a model of recognition and work with STEM gifted students, which is conducted in cooperation with Virovitica-Podravina County.At a meeting held from 4 to 6 May at the EU headquarters in Brussels, Croatia was one of the few European countries that had the opportunity to present their two STEM projects which involve
representatives of the Ivo Pilar Institute and Virovitica-Podravina County.