Steve Clemons, left, moderates a panel discussion with Julia Hearthway, Pennsylvania Secretary of the Department of Labor and Industry, Lori Shorr, Philadelphia Chief Education Officer, Barbara ... more 
Steve Clemons, left, moderates a panel discussion with Julia Hearthway, Pennsylvania Secretary of the Department of Labor and Industry, Lori Shorr, Philadelphia Chief Education Officer, Barbara Stanford-Allen, Philadelphia Works Director of Industry Partnerships and Joe Tarnowski, Senior Vice President of Chemistry, Manufacturing and Controls for Biopharm R&D at GlaxoSmithKline during the Atlantic's Build the Future event at the National Constitution Center on Wednesday, July 16, 2014. Siemens strengthened its 25-year relationship with Penn State to prepare a future manufacturing and engineering workforce through an in-kind, product lifecycle management (PLM) software grant with a commercial value of $750 million. Penn State students will now have access to the same Siemens PLM software used throughout the global manufacturing industry to design, develop and manufacture some of the world's most sophisticated products. (Michael Perez/AP Images for Siemens) less 
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