PHYS 107 Being Human in STEM Poster Presentations

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April 30, 2024

On April 30, the sixteen students of  the Yale College course “Being Human in STEM” presented their coursework in a poster presentation. This year’s projects explored inclusive teaching practices and resources, scientists’ stories, a DEIB resource hub, and mentoring networks.  Please see this event flyer for the poster abstracts.

Since 2016, the Yale Physics Department has hosted the undergraduate course “Being Human in STEM,” which combines academic inquiry and community engagement to investigate how personal identity impacts the experience of learning spaces and communities within science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). The course is currently cross-listed with the Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry and Education Studies departments.

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