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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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CGEST @ ASU Sep 21
We are producing a robust and skilled national workforce that is representative of the racial/ethnic and gender diversity of the United States.
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Inclusion Clearinghouse Sep 21
in Computing Research Collaborative for exploratory & experimental studies examining strategies, interventions, & practices with potential to improve outcomes for in , , , & tech:
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ASU College of Law Sep 20
Sandra Day O'Connor became the 1st female U.S. Supreme Court justice in history when she was sworn in on Sept. 25, 1981. Join us this Sept. 25 to celebrate the trailblazing woman who has meant so much to ASU, AZ and the nation
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EQUALS Sep 20
🏆2018 Awards Research Finalist 🔎building knowledge in with a mission: - ⬆️female participation in engineering & IT while supporting low socio-economic minorities - 🔜 economic inclusion & empowerment of women
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Michael Crow Sep 19
Attention : Tomorrow is the Student Forum in the San Carlos Room @ Post Office at 12:30 pm. Looking forward to tomorrow's conversations.
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100Kin10 Sep 20
Great initiative by scientist Jess Wade on creating Wikipedia pages for every woman who has achieved something impressive in science to give them the prominence and recognition they deserve via
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CGEST @ ASU Sep 20
An annual, national collaborative effort to advocate for increased participation of women of color in entrepreneurship experiences and small business enterprise. At the Beus Center for Law and Society More information at:
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Ford Foundation Sep 20
Our commitment to , , and meant that we had to rethink diversity data. Ford Foundation's and Meg Morrison lay out how we've shifted our thinking into a new framework and what we're learning.
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CGEST @ ASU Sep 19
The Girls In STEM Statistics Are Dismal — But Here’s How We’re Working To Change That By SEN. MAGGIE HASSAN & SYLVIA ACEVEDO
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Chris Paul Sep 17
Take a look at how we transformed the makerspace at to help students bring their STEAM ideas to life!
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Maricopa Institute of Technology Sep 18
The MIT fundraiser has started !! The fundraiser profits are used for: Arts & Music Field Trips Learning Materials Sports Equipment The fundraiser ends October 1st, so please turn in your order forms by then!!!
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Jeff Herold Sep 14
Great kickoff for and this week! Can’t wait to see what they design and build!
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CGEST @ ASU Sep 19
Meet Dr. Nicol Turner-Lee ( ) at the Women of Color STEM Entrepreneurship Conference on October 4-6. A national leader in research, policy, and advocacy agendas for people of color in the United States.
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Brookings Press Sep 19
Just 150 miles from the nation’s capital, residents of rural Staunton, VA struggle to access high-speed internet. traveled there to hear their stories as part of her forthcoming Brookings Press book:
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Kapor Center Sep 19
Race & gender disparities in the tech workforce are stark & companies do not reflect the demographics of the US workforce. talks & in workplaces. Visit to learn more.
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CGEST @ ASU Sep 18
3rd Annual National STEM Collaborative Women of Color STEM Entrepreneurship Conference Governance and Innovation in STEM
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AZ Gov Education Sep 14
Have you heard of the Learning in Libraries program? See how the program is inspiring girls ages 13-16 to become tech innovators and community leaders with the help of library partners, including Tempe Public Library.
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AAUW Sep 17
Why does it matter that there are few women in ? Because diversity brings innovation! Learn more:
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Inside Higher Ed Sep 18
New analysis suggests having female peers increases woman's odds of making it through STEM Ph.D. programs
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CGEST @ ASU Sep 18
Event: Together We Can Do Better: A Convening of Leaders in Academia to Prevent Sexual Harassment
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