• Infusing Culturally Relevant Pedagogy and Content in STEM courses

  • STEM Entrepreneurial Workshops for High School Students

  • How to NOT Place Black and Brown Students “at-risk” of Losing their STEM Education

  • The importance of not just STEM identity but the Environment in Creating/Hampering Robust STEM Practices for Learners of Color

  • The Crucial Role of Parents and Caregivers in being their Children’s 1st Mathematics Teachers

  • The Limits of Mental Health Care in the Well-being of Black and Brown (STEM) Learners

  • The Racist History of Science: The Racist Residue Remains… 

  • The Unknown and Underknown Contributions of Black and Brown Scientists 

  • “Asian Fail, Black Genius:” The Detriment of Stereotype Lift and Stereotype Threat in High-Achieving Asian and Black STEM Students

  • Addressing Negative Racial and Gendered Experiences That Discourage Academic Majors in STEM

  • Risk and Protective Factors in Mathematically Talented Black Male Students: Snapshots from Kindergarten through Eighth Grade

  • High-Achieving Black Students, Biculturalism, and Out-of-School STEM Learning Experiences: Exploring Some Unintended Consequences

  • Young, Black, Mathematically Gifted, and Racially Stereotyped

  • STEM Departmental Climate Studies

  • Need for Engaging Racial Justice in STEM as a Retention Measure

  • The Importance and Legacy of HBCUs in developing Racially Robust STEM Talent (What PWIs could learn from HBCUs)

  • How to Develop Critical Race-Conscious Survey Design and Analysis

  • The Truth about Critical Race Theory: Distinctions  between Realist and Idealist Versions of CRT

  • How to Design a Race-Conscious (STEM) Mentoring that does not Tokenize Black and Brown Students/Faculty

  • The Critical Role of Understanding Social Science for Progressing STEM Racial Equity

  • The State of Black STEM Entrepreneurship and Why It Matters

  • Breaking Down Critical Race Terminology: White Supremacy, Interest Convergence, Racism, Tokensim, John Henryism, Pet-to-Threat Syndrome, etc.

  • The Problem with the Ideology Associated with Self-Care for the Black and Brown (STEM) Communities

  • The Role of STEM (mostly White) Companies in Killing the Planet

  • “Asian Fail, Black Genius:” The Detriment of Stereotype Lift and Stereotype Threat in High-Achieving Asian and Black STEM Students

  • Black, Brown, Bruised: How Racialized STEM Education Stifles Innovation

  • Why Does White Supremacy Seem to Trump STEM Innovation?

  • Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Structural Inclusion in STEM Courses and the Case for Afrofuturism

  • The Inequality of STEM Higher Education: The Cost of Exclusion

  • From Resilience and toward Decolonization: Evolving Interpretations of Black and Brown People in STEM Fields 

  • The Equity Ethic: Minoritized STEMers Reengineering Their STEM Careers toward Justice

  • The Troubled Success of Black Women in STEM

  • From Black Engineering Faculty to the Presidency: Pathways to Administration and University Leadership

  • Wage Disparities in Academia for Engineering Women of Color and the Limitations of Advocacy and Agency

Classroom

KINDERGARTEN - 12th GRADE

At the Library

HIGHER EDUCATION

In a Meeting

STEM COMPANIES, NON-FOR-PROFITS, THINK TANKS, CONSORTIUMS

  • STEM Departmental Climate Studies

  • Need for Engaging Racial Justice in STEM as a Retention Measure

  • The State of Black STEM Entrepreneurship

  • The Critical Role of Understanding Social Science for Progressing STEM Racial Equity

  • Breaking Down Critical Race Terminology: White Supremacy, Interest Convergence, Racism, Tokensim, John Henryism, Pet-to-Threat Syndrome, Gendered Racism etc.

  • The Problem with the Ideology Associated with Self-Care for the Black and Brown (STEM) Communities 

  • The Real Reason Why Your Company Won’t/Don’t Hire and/or Retain Black and Brown STEMmers

  • The Role of STEM (mostly White) Companies in Killing the Planet

  • Black, Brown, Bruised: How Racialized STEM Education Stifles Innovation

  • Why Does White Supremacy Seem to Trump STEM Innovation?

  • Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Structural Inclusion in STEM Courses and the Case for Afrofuturism

  • The Inequality of STEM Companies: The Cost of Exclusion

  • From Resilience and toward Decolonization: Evolving Interpretations of Black and Brown People in STEM Fields 

  • The Troubled Success of Black Women in STEM

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