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Kilan C. Ashad-Bishop, Ph.D Jul 24
I am looking to connect with early career Afro-Latina women in for a project I am working on. Throwing this into the Twitterverse for help!
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Ivan J. Santiago, PhD? Nov 6
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Rose DF Oct 17
1/ I'm not sure how many of you remember 2yrs ago when I was virtually unknown, how I said I wanted to find women in astro from my motherland. Well, I found a Dominican astrophysicist... that people need to know about. Her name is Maité Vásquez
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Naylynn Tañón Reyes 🇵🇷 Jun 7
I'M SO EXCITED (and nervous)! I'm currently at the Harvard & Smithsonian as part of the solar physics REU! Today marks the end of my first week, already! I can't wait to see what we learn and how we grow as scientists:)
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Aysegul Gunduz Oct 8
⁩’s first ever Celebration was a great success! Many thanks to Dr. Carlos Rinaldi ⁦⁩ for speaking from the heart and sharing your personal story.
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M. Matthews, PhD Jun 6
hey 🧠nerd folks: i'll be hosting this webinar on applying for an NINDS diversity predoc fellowship (F31) in 2 wks - pls spread the word!
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Rick Fandino🏳️‍🌈 Nov 21
I have such admiration for work on color vision evolution in insects. It is on par with her activism. We have the capacity to promote a larger and brighter generation that will be positive contributors towards the advancement of our society.
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Ernesto Leon Nov 13
I taught 6th grade science classes today. There was one student also named Ernesto that was so excited to meet a scientist that had his name. He asked me “are your parents proud of you?” Me: 🥺🥺 yes, yes they are. Representation definitely matters!!!
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Gabi Serrato Marks Jun 6
One of my biggest pet peeves: white faculty calling Mexican students/colleagues/etc “so hard working” when they don’t use that particular description for anyone else. We’re hard working, but we’re also excellent.
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Stephanie Castillo Dec 4
Hey, I'm Stephanie! 💁🏽‍♀️ I'm a and a 5th yr grad student at Vanderbilt University working towards getting a PhD in . I want to see if producing videos highlighting representation can change a students perspective on who can do science
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Holly Jones May 4
Hey . The house is having a hearing on achieving the promise of a diverse STEM workforce. I can submit questions to a congressperson who will attend. What would you want to see asked of those witnesses?
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Latin American Researchers Abroad Sep 4
Hi , ! We'd like to connect to other and hear about your experiences working abroad (USA, Canada, Europe, Australia...)
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Dani Arias-Rotondo Nov 10
Today, in a very empowering moment, I decided to interview wearing my wedding ring. For some of you this might sound silly, but I’ve heard too many horror stories. Anyway. I’m doing it.
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Daniel José Mar 13
Excited to announce that I will be starting my Ph.D. this fall in the program 🙏 My grandfather would not have imagined this while he was sweeping floors there 50 years ago
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Renée Fonseca Sep 19
So I gave my first talk in Spanish this week - this is a pretty big accomplishment for me as I've always struggled with my heritage and my language (side effect of bullying), so I'm sharing this potato-quality photo out of sheer pride 😁🇨🇴🥔🇵🇷💪🏽
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ReclaimingSTEM Jul 4
🚨🚨 FYI 🚨🚨 Undergrads, Faculty, Grads, Post-Docs, 👏🏽ANYONE👏🏽 with STEM related backgrounds/careers/& interests ARE WELCOME TO APPLY 🙌🏽 If you have questions about eligibility, LET US KNOW ❤️
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Kevin Alicea-Torres Aug 9
Make sure to follow these amazing scientists and mentors that were interviewed by ! It’s been an honor learning abt their inspiring and empowering .
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Arecibo Observatory 26 Dec 18
TOMORROW - Come meet Dr. Sierra-Sastre - Did you know that she has been a qualified applicant for the NASA Astronaut Candidate program and recently qualified as a scientist-astronaut candidate for Project PoSSUM?
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Magali Barba-Sevilla Oct 10
My dad was a hotel janitor and my mom was a cafeteria worker before retiring. I finally feel comfortable in my own skin at and when I get to chat with the Latinx custodial and cafeteria staff.
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Rose DF Jul 8
Replying to @_Astro_Nerd_
4/4 So if you have a Venmo or PayPal, feel free to post it here, I can't promise I'll get all of you but I want to give back a bit without making you "audition" for it. , , , ,
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