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Guest Post: Would You Date A Republican?

Guest Post: Would You Date A Republican?

Political topics are not the focus of this blog,  A Bridge for Business & STEM, and are rarely mentioned. The focus of this post is diversity, inclusion, and unconscious bias, although the title may imply otherwise. Guest Post Author: Sondra Thierderman, PhD Let’s face it, these are volatile times when it comes to the political … Continue reading

Future Posts & Other Topics

  • Four new elements added to periodic table The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry has filled out the seventh line of the periodic table by adding four new elements. A team of scientists in Japan has been credited with the discovery of element 113, called ununtrium. Elements 115 (ununpentium), 117 (ununseptium) and 118 (ununoctium) were credited to a joint team of Russian and American scientists. CNET (1/4), National Public Radio (1/4)
  • Two South Coast Universities Take Part In Program To Help Women Advance In Engineering, Math, Science Two South Coast universities are among four campuses statewide taking part in a new push to help women advance in engineering, math, and science. UC Santa Barbara, Cal State Channel Islands, as well as UC Merced, and San Diego State are sharing a $750,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to help with what’s known as the “ADVANCE” program.  The campuses will create a collaborative research and training center for female scientists and faculty members, with a special emphasis on minority women.   Over the next five years, the universities will hold joint workshops and retreats focused on specific areas of research. http://www.kclu.org/2015/10/14/two-south-coast-universities-take-part-in-program-to-help-minority-women-in-engineering-math-science/
  • Future Topics: Social Climbers, What is strategy, Gas Tax, Cuba & Technology, E-Cigarettes, Human Behavior, "All Money is Not Good Money", Hostess' Reincarnation, Mars Rover Curiosity updates, Women Engineering PhDs,Women & Boards, STEM, Fracking: Environmental Issues, Nanotechnology
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