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CGEST at ASU explores, identifies, and creates innovative scholarship about under-represented girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
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Steven Strogatz Oct 26
Why Do We Need Minorities Among Our Faculty? An opinion piece by Prof. William Yslas Vélez
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Battelle Oct 16
And we're happy to do it
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ASU researcher studies how virtual and augmented reality technologies improve STEM education
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Dr. Kimberly Scott, Executive Director for is on the STEM Education Advisory Panel for the National Science Foundation () The panel provides advice and information on STEM education research, development, training and implementation.
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LiberalArts&Sciences 7h
Did you know that this week is American Education Week? To celebrate our wonderful faculty, we'll be sharing some of the ground-breaking research they are working on. Stay tuned for our first feature today at 1 p.m.!
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Sistas in STEM 21h
Meet Lauren Underwood! Last Tuesday, she was elected to represent the Illinois 14th congressional district. She’s not your average politician, whose career has been solely driven by social justice. Lauren is
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CSRD @ Arizona State 7h
Are you an avid reader? Then join us this Saturday for the book discussion group "The Color of Law" with Erica Maxwell. Discuss the issue of racially divided cities in America. November 17,2018 |10 a.m. | Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church Register:
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Lizzie🐼Siegle 22h
First time at in Oakland for InsideTwilio to talk APIs and job pathways and getting URMs and people with non-traditional backgrounds into tech!
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Dr. Alicia Pérez-Porro Nov 13
How to summarize our amazing experience yesterday at & talking about , , & ?? 👉🏼👩🏻‍🔬💪🏼👩🏽‍🔬💪🏼🇦🇶🇲🇽🐧🔥🌎🙅🏽‍♀️ Once again, thank you all!
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100Kin10 7h
We are well into the school year which means your child's questions could be getting more advanced. Do you feel clueless about ? Learn the secret to supporting your student via
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CGEST @ ASU Nov 13
Visit the website for the Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology at Arizona State University!
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SMASH Nov 9
The barriers that prevent black & brown students from STEM careers aren’t going to tear down themselves — that’s where SMASH comes in! We’re educating, connecting and activating tomorrow’s STEM leaders in tech. Get involved!
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Kapor Capital Nov 12
Mark your calendars & join us for the 4th annual People Operations Tech (POT) Pitch Competition! Join us as we cheer on 10 striving to remove bias & create more inclusive workplaces for the opportunity to win $75K! Register today:
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CGEST @ ASU Nov 13
Knowledge at We promote data-driven advocacy, by researching issues related to digital media learning and the underrepresentation of women and girls of color in STEM. Learn more at:
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Kapor Center Nov 13
If you don’t understand why has a diversity problem, you won’t be able to understand how to fix it! is a website tool that provides a framework to understand the problem & gives comprehensive solutions.
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CGEST @ ASU Nov 13
Capacity Building at We increase the participation of women and girls of color in STEM fields by providing evidence-based, research-driven programs that engage participants in socially relevant technology experiences. Learn more at:
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CGEST @ ASU Nov 13
Advocacy at We equip fellow advocates with the tools to expand opportunities for girls and women and color to enter, persist, and succeed in STEM both academically and professionally. Learn more at:
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Henrietta Lacks Legacy Group Oct 7
This is huge news and long overdue! to name a new research building after .
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Michael Simeone Sep 14
We're launching an open lab for project-based research because we believe that ideas intersect, broad collaboration matters, and inclusion is a crucial virtue for scholarship:
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indianz.com Nov 6
Some updates from the races we have been watching. Tom Cole, Sharice Davids, Deb Haaland and Markwayne Mullin will be the four tribal citizens serving in the U.S. Congress!
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