Amplified: Race and Reality in STEM
Ebony O. McGee, PhD
Associate Professor of Diversity and STEM Education, Vanderbilt University
There are many stumbling blocks to innovation—funding sources, personnel needs, and trying to make breakthroughs in uncharted territory. But one major block often left out of the conversation is racialized STEM education.
For more than a decade, Ebony O. McGee has been exploring the ways in which high-achieving, underrepresented racially minoritized students, staff, faculty, and university administrators navigate the field of STEM.
In this talk, McGee shares what she’s uncovered and provides prescriptions to change the culture within STEM that go beyond glossy diversity statements. Learn how your institution can have a profound impact on traditionally underrepresented people working in the field—while pushing innovation further than ever before.
This presentation is open to the public.
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