There are 3 item(s) tagged with the keyword "Diversity and inclusion".
By Linda Kekelis, PhD | December 11, 2018
Advisor, STEM Next Opportunity Fund
We need to build greater diversity in STEM education. Like a lot of my colleagues, I’ve worked to create programs welcoming more girls and youth of color into STEM. We’ve made good progress, and we are creating positive momentum.
But one group that continues to be overlooked, even within strong and established programs, is youth who are disabled.
By Elizabeth McDade-Montez, PhD, and Rebecca A. Dore, PhD | November 13, 2018
Senior Research Associate, ETR (EM) and Senior Research Associate, The Ohio State University (RAD)
Harry Potter is the best-selling book series of all time. The books and their derivatives have made author J.K. Rowling the world’s first billionaire author. The novels and subsequent movies are certainly engaging and entertaining. Indeed, entertainment is the primary goal of most media and works of fiction.
But how we engage with fiction and media is a serious area of study for researchers in fields as diverse as psychology, education, literary studies, philosophy and communications.
By Michael E. Bird (Kewa Pueblo/Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo) | November 8, 2018
National Consultant on Native American/Alaskan Native Communities, AARP
A lot of good people are working on issues of equity and social justice. I’m happy to see that, and I’m grateful for the work. If you are one of them, I also have a challenge for you—one that probably won’t be comfortable. I’m asking you to do three things.
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