Guest Blog – #ScienceToo

Guest blog by Evelynn Hammonds, PhD On June 12, 2018, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine released a groundbreaking report entitled, Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. As in other arenas of American life, the issue of sexual harassment of women has finally been recognized … Continue reading Guest Blog – #ScienceToo

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Guest Blog – Call for a Black Panther Inspired STEM Curriculum: Encouraging Futuristic Thinking

Guest blog by Mina Johnson-Glenberg, PhD As a professor who has always enjoyed the genre of action hero/ine, I found a lot to love in the Black Panther movie released February 2018. Two components transfixed me:  1) the tech savvy princess Shuri (played to perfection by Letitia Wright) and 2) the science (featuring the ingénue … Continue reading Guest Blog – Call for a Black Panther Inspired STEM Curriculum: Encouraging Futuristic Thinking