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School of Science Seminar Series

The School of Science is currently running its seminar series involving prominent guest speakers. I am looking forward to the upcoming seminar on Friday April 7, 4 – 5 PM in BWC 249 facilitated by Uni of Minnesota psychology professor, Dr. Moin Syed. The presentation is titled “Ethnic Identity and STEM Participation among under-represented Ethnic Minority Students”. Dr Syed is interested in ‘how adolescenets and young adults from diverse ethnic, racial, and cultural backgrounds weave together their multiple identities to lead healthy, productive, and purposeful lives.’

I am looking forward to this presentation as it will give me some insights into why there is a general underrepresentation of minorities in STEM fields.

Upcoming School of Science Lecture on April 7 at 3PM in BWC 249

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