Three universities are joining the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s SEA Change initiative in a public commitment to systemic transformation into more diverse, equitable and inclusive spaces where the full range of talent can succeed in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), with backing from the National Science Foundation (NSF), hosted the fourth annual HBCU Making & Innovation Showcase in September 2021 in Washington, D.C.
Making science relatable requires a variety of engagement strategies, from facilitating in-depth discussions with local policy leaders to translating technical language for the classroom.
Virtual labs, STEM buddies and flexible due dates were among the strategies that undergraduate educators developed.
The educators and researchers with Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program are investigating how best to prepare science and math teachers virtually and are rethinking how to come together as a community in service of their shared goals.
Jacobs’ joie de vivre helped her build relationships between Subaru of America and organizations that embody her passion for science education and environmental stewardship.
Since White House actions seeking to curtail immigration began to target foreign nationals within the research community, AAAS has been at the forefront of efforts to uphold the importance of maintaining an international scientific enterprise.