STEM EDUCATION - Higher Education

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A More ‘Diverse’ Approach to Diversity in STEM Education

by David E. Goldberg and Mark Somerville | March 25, 2015

Attracting more students into STEM education has long been a challenge for colleges and univers [...]

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African-American Women Inch Forward in Physics

by Catherine Morris | March 4, 2015

There are fewer African-American women who have ever earned a Ph.D. in physics in the United St [...]

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Paul Quinn College to Undergo Massive Makeover

by Jamal Eric Watson | February 17, 2015

Paul Quinn College has announced that it will lower tuition and fees, add several academic prog [...]

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Racial Disparities Have Varying Effects on Women in STEM

by Catherine Morris | February 8, 2015

A new study from the Center for WorkLife Law quantifies the double bind of gender and racial bi [...]

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HBCU Leaders Still Take Cautious Approach to Proposed Ratings System

by Catherine Morris | February 4, 2015

Ted Mitchell, undersecretary of education, spoke at the meeting to reassure those in attendance [...]

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Finley Excels in STEM Career

by Pearl Stewart | January 28, 2015

Dr. Stacey Finley, a Diverse 2015 Emerging Scholar, has used her expertise in the STEM field to [...]

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Million Women Mentors Movement Guiding Females to STEM Careers

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | January 22, 2015

The nationwide movement that is designed to mobilize a million STEM mentors to encourage and gu [...]

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Just Like Magic, Kyla McMullen Makes Obstacles Disappear

by Kenneth J. Cooper | January 4, 2015

Dr. Kyla McMullen, a Diverse 2015 Emerging Scholar, became the first African-American woman wit [...]

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City College of San Francisco Works to Bridge the Science Gap

by Kenneth J. Cooper | December 16, 2014

The City College of San Francisco prepares students for biological science and tech careers. [...]

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