Lorelle L. Espinosa - Higher Education
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Lorelle L. Espinosa
Dr. Lorelle L. Espinosa, a Senior Analyst at Abt Associates, writes about the national imperative of building and sustaining a diverse STEM pipeline.

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Beyond Borders—STEM Education as a Global Priority

by | September 13, 2012

Australia, like the U.S., has set its sights on transforming higher education in an era of incr [...]

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Graduate Diversity Officers Play Key Role in Helping STEM Departments Diversify

by | July 10, 2012

I’m honored to have contributed to a piece recently published in the 2012 summer edition of T [...]

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It’s About Time to Break the Glass Ceiling for Women in STEM

by | April 23, 2012

Earlier this month, The White House Council on Women and Girls released the report Keeping Amer [...]

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The Case for Transforming Undergraduate STEM Education

by | March 14, 2012

Every day, it seems — and rightly so — there are new calls to strengthen and diversify the [...]

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It Just Doesn’t Add Up: Barriers to STEM Higher Education

by | January 26, 2012

A small flurry of conversation on Twitter and elsewhere followed a recent proposal by two unive [...]

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STEM Literacy Beyond STEM Occupations

by | November 30, 2011

I write with kudos to the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce, or GCEW, for its re [...]

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The Important Role of Legal Guidance in Increasing STEM Diversity

by | October 10, 2011

Last month, a group of college and university attorneys convened for two full days in Boston to [...]

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Women of Color in STEM Fields

by | October 3, 2011

As a group, women are still the largest untapped talent pool for growing America’s science, t [...]

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U.S. Department of Education Recognizes Institutions Serving Critical Mass of Asian American and Pacific Islander Students

by | June 2, 2011

In May, during Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) Heritage Month, the U.S. Department [...]

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