There is no doubt that a career in the STEM fields is a promising one. The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that employment in this field will rise by 9 million by 2022. Also on the rise is the number of foreign-born and immigrant workers in the STEM field. According to the National Science Foundation, “an estimated… Continue reading ‘Majorism’ in STEM is a Major Problem
Got a voice? Here’s how (& why) you should use it to support transgender youth.
There may be only a small percentage of them, but women in STEM fields are changing the game.
Flipping the calendar to February gives everyone plenty of reason to celebrate. From the anticipation of Valentine’s Day chocolate to the promised three day weekend for Presidents’ Day, it seems as though there is cause to celebrate something everyday. And there is. Black History Month is observed in February, with 28 days dedicated to appreciating… Continue reading Black History Month: How and Why We Celebrate it Today
The line at Starbucks is long, but it doesn’t matter to Diana Serrano, Cal Poly political science freshman. While waiting in line, Serrano talks about her mother, who immigrated here from Leon, Guanajuato Mexico in 1992. “Everything I do is because of her,” she says. “She made sacrifices for us to be here.” So when… Continue reading #BoycottStarbucks Starts a Conversation