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CGEST @ ASU
CGEST at ASU explores, identifies, and creates innovative scholarship about under-represented girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
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AmericanIndianPolicy Jan 19
We were at the women's march in Phoenix today. It was inspiring to see so many youth!
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CGEST @ ASU Jan 18
is creating an interdisciplinary, racially-ethnically diverse community of scholars, students, policy makers, and practitioners who explore, identify, and create innovative scholarship about and best practices for under-represented girls in STEM.
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ASU ADVANCE Jan 17
We are excited for this event! Dr. Erika Camacho, who is a Co-PI on the program, will be talking about the Professional Development component of ! Make sure you register for this event!
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Meagan Somo Jan 17
Excited to have Dr. Scott from here to talk about the importance of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the workplace!
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CGEST @ ASU Jan 17
(2/2) If you checked all 3 items we want to see you there!
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CGEST @ ASU Jan 17
(1/2) Checklist of reasons to attend the STEM Equity Exchange on Feb. 13: 1.Interested in culturally responsive programs for STEM education. 2.Interested in creating a racially-ethnically diverse community of scholars. 3.Interested in igniting innovation, inclusivity and equity
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Gabriela A. Gonzalez Jan 17
Looking forward to a very engaging today! Thanks to and for facilitating a much needed conversation about , , !!
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ASU OAII Jan 16
We’re here at the 24th Annual Indian Nations and Tribes Legislative Day!! Come stop by our table!!
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Danielle Lucero Jan 16
For all those out there, that thought I never cry...this one’s for you! But in all seriousness I cannot explain the emotions i felt getting a chance to talk with and express my gratitude and hope for the future.
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Kapor Center Jan 16
We're excited to welcome Dr. Cynthia Overton to the as our new Director of Tech Workplace Initiatives, joining us with over a decade of experience in the professional services industry! Read more to learn about Cynthia.
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STEM Gems Jan 17
Top 10 women in tech and diversity in tech stories of 2018 👩‍💻 Computer Weekly takes a look at some of the defining moments for women and diversity in the technology industry in 2018 👉
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CGEST @ ASU Jan 16
STEM Equity Exchange: Igniting Innovation, Inclusivity & Equity
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Dr. Katharine Wilkinson Jan 16
Pretty much over the moon to share this with you all! just released the talk I gave at . What’s the connection between women, girls, and a warming world? Take a gander…and share if you’re so moved 💙
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Dr. Lia Li Jan 16
💫Meet Asst. Prof. BethAnn McLaughlin ; neuroscientist studying brain disease🧠, created & shames enablers of Title IX offenders📢😒. Thanks & for creating page; I added 5253bytes & YOU CAN DO THE SAME ⬇️(1/3)
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Arizona State University Jan 16
. music therapy was "born to help people in need"
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AmericanIndianPolicy Jan 16
At US-Mexico border, a tribal nation fights wall that would divide them
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Barb H. Whye Jan 15
Congrats to an amazing human being, a trail blazer and one who knows the way and shows the way. Zoox, you have a winner. Proud of you ⁦⁩!!! Will miss you in the walls. Robo-Taxi Startup Zoox Hires Intel Exec Aicha Evans As CEO
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kamau bobb Jan 14
got pulled over by the police today....
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STEM Gems Jan 16
Great interview with Host Tamara Robertson () On Getting Girls Into STEM Careers 👧🏽💎👩🏽‍🚀 "In my high school, we didn’t have the option to take shop as girls. We were forced to take home economics."
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Barb H. Whye Jan 15
I believe in Dr. King’s vision of unity, justice, and equality – we all belong to the community of humanity.
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