This profile follows the progression of the HSTEM course, from the Amherst Uprising to the 2018 summer workshop to courses at other institutions. Read the full article on the Amherst website by clicking here or on the image below.
“'My colleagues and I have a deep commitment to student success, and are genuinely distressed that students experience the struggles they do,' Jaswal says. 'So how can we and other people in our community bridge this disconnect? Especially we STEM professors, who have been trained in disciplines that view STEM as objective and color-blind, even as we bemoan the continued underrepresentation of folks at every stage of the so-called pipeline?'"