Equity in STEM for All Genders

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Satisfies prerequisite toward the Delta Certificate: ΔΔ (2 deltas)

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Literacy and advocacy that empower students to engage in long-term positive change is important for the progress of gender equity in STEM. Students in this course will gain knowledge of the ways that gender bias impacts STEM training and careers. Discussion will focus on strategies to recognize bias, intervene, and advocate for equity.

Participants will increase awareness of gender bias through analysis of identity, roles, and contexts where gender bias manifests in STEM university situations using videos that portray gender bias through narrative and expert interviews paired with empirical research (Pietri, 2018). Attention to classroom relationships will expand intervention strategies to research mentorship and academic advising. As a result of participating in this course, participants will create a peer reviewed professional biography, learn and practice documented strategies to combat gender bias in STEM, collaboratively develop strategies for STEM classrooms, and gain exposure to STEM professionals who address gender bias in their careers.

More information about this course can be found on the CIRTL website.

Satisfies ΔΔ (2 Deltas)

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