Consolidating STEM Student Resources at Amherst College
Pictured left to right above: Sam Amaka (class of 2019) and Eddie Rego (class of 2019). Not pictured: Natalie Braun (class of 2019)
Sam, Natalie, and Eddie all have first-hand experience with science and math at Amherst. Like students in previous HSTEM courses, they realized a need to make navigating STEM at Amherst more straightforward and easily accessible. They focused on finding resources for STEM students and consolidating them to make them more visible and useful for students. Natalie, Eddie, and Sam tracked down the resources, compiled them into a list, and then developed a timeline graphic to post on the Amherst website. Hopefully, future generations of students will utilize this tool to navigate their STEM careers at Amherst!
STEM Resources Gallery
Natalie (left) and Sam (right) prepare in class for the Inclusion and Representation in the Sciences Summit at Brown University. Although Natalie couldn't join us for the Summit, she certainly did everything she could to help her group get ready for it!
Sam (left) and Eddie (right) presenting their poster at the Summit at Brown University on 25 April 2019.
This is the poster that Natalie, Sam, and Eddie created for their project. Sam and Eddie presented it at the Inclusion and Representation in the Sciences Summit at Brown University on 25 April 2019.