Author Archives: Seandre

Students at Troup County Schools Discover a New World of Possibilities Through AWIM

As a fifth-grade science teacher, there’s nothing more exciting than seeing a struggling student have their first “Aha moment” in STEM. That’s what Troup County School District teacher Sara Proctor experienced as her students tackled SAE International’s A World In …


Cal State LA LAunchPad Program Inspires STEM Careers for Young Women

Building rockets, creating solar powered cars, and networking with industry professionals were just a few of the activates for young women participating in Cal State LA’s LAunchPad Summer Program. Now in its third year, the program brought together 50 high …


CU Boulder Senior Hattie Rice Talks Gen Z’s push for Inclusion in the Workplace

June 30, 2022 | Posted in News From Us, STEM Diversity & Accessibility

When Hattie Rice came to the University of Colorado, Boulder, as a first-year student, she knew what she wanted—an inclusive space to learn and grow. Now entering her senior year, the aerospace engineering major and computer science minor is challenging potential …


DEI Chat: Native American Heritage Month and STEM Education

An ideal working environment brings together individuals from diverse backgrounds whose unique experiences and perspectives allow for new ideas through multiple forms of personal expression that contribute to one cohesive goal. This is as true for students as it is …