Thursday, May 4: 12:15 PM, AEC 511
Friday, May 5: 12:00 PM, AEC 511
Come hear from students taking INDS 253: Being Human in STEM about their final group projects. These student-directed projects will focus on a variety of ways to enhance inclusion, diversity, equity, and access (IDEA’s) in STEM. This is the final event in the semester-long “Culture of STEM” program exploring the norms, values, and practices in STEM and their impact on diversity, equity, inclusion, and access in STEM. Sponsored by the Hanson Center for Inclusive STEM Education. Lunch will be provided.
Micheal Bonnah, Jessie Grewal, Sydney Leibovitz, & Evan Vu: The M3 Mentor Program – An Innovative Approach to Increasing Success Within STEM for Historically Minoritized Groups
Jen Galdieri, Cat Kruman, Jenna Tempkin, & Ryan Wedeking: How Do Identity and Active Learning Environments Impact Student Experience in the STEM Classroom at Lafayette College?
Genevieve Craig, Timmy Mayrose, and Julie Ortega: The Impact of Institutional Offices on Persistence and Sense of Belonging for Historically Minoritized Students in STEM at Lafayette College
Deja Jackson, Swati Pandey, & Erin Pickett: Nurturing an Environment of Research for Diverse Students (NERDS) by Increasing Accessibility
Yizhu Chen, John McParland, & Ian Wright: Benefits and Challenges of Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) in Increasing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Undergraduate STEM Education