This article discusses the broader scheme of increasing inclusivity and visibility in STEM courses and fields, mentioning the Yale HSTEM course. Read the full article by clicking here or on the image below.
"Gender, class, sexuality and religion are all characteristics of a person that vastly impact their ability to succeed within the field. The course 'Being Human in STEM' that was offered in Fall of 2016, took a look at this issue. It surveyed students in STEM and found that women reported having more negative experiences in STEM than men."