Publication of "Being Human in STEM: From Student Protest to Institutional Progress"
Check out Surya Adams (HSTEM '18) on the cover of the Winter 2019 Issue of AACU Diversity & Democracy and highlighted in editor Emily Schuster's issue introduction, along with our story of how the Amherst Uprising in November, 2015 catalyzed the collaborative academic experiment by students and chemistry professor Sheila Jaswal, resulting in the first "Being Human in STEM" course at Amherst College in the spring of 2016. Spring semester of 2020 will be our 8th iteration of the course and the initial launch of HSTEM courses at University of Utah, Mt. Holyoke, and Davidson Colleges, joining Yale University & Williams College as sites of non-Amherst HSTEM courses!
11/30/2020 09:58:39 pm
I strong love this practical and efficiently online courses. I think I catch the main ideas of each chapter. The ways of expressing STEM ideas will help me. Although there are some minor mistakes in the courses, I still believe it is a high quality course for everyone.
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