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How Do I Find ~ My Roots in STEM: Home


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This guide offers access to information about STEM student involvement and support, with a focus on highlighting valuable sources of enrichment and opportunities for marginalized students.


* Created by:

Jorge Perez-Vazquez '24 & Leah Bell '24, with support from Reid LarsonResearch Librarian for Scholarly Communication & Digital Initiatives, Glynis Asu, Research Librarian for Mathematics & the Sciences, and the Students and Instructors of CHEM/PHYS 348: Science, Technology & Society.




To strengthen STEM identity, promote accessibility, improve academic support, foster professional growth, and prevent information overload. Addressing these factors has been proven to be crucial to cultivate a more inclusive and representative scientific culture.


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  • The Clinton Global Initiative — an initiative of the Clinton Foundation, convenes global leaders to create and implement innovative solutions to the world's most pressing challenges. The website provides access to the stories of successful leaders and resources to innovate.

  • Fixes - The Opinionator (NYT)written by David Bornstein, a writer on social innovation and author of "How To Change the World" and Tina Rosenberg, author of “Join the Club: How Peer Pressure Can Transform the World.”

  • Government Innovators Network a marketplace of ideas and examples of government innovation for policymakers, policy advisors, and practitioners.

  • Mix Marketmicrofinance data and Social Performance measurements for the microfinance institutions that help alleviate global poverty.

  • Open IDEOan “open innovation platform” where crowdsourcing is utilized to generate ideas and solutions for social innovation.

  • Renovating the Rust Belta blog by Marianne Eppig, a changemaker, documenting initiatives and projects that are underway to improve the economy and revitalize the city in Cleveland, Ohio.

  • Skoll World Forum — the Debates and Series section is a collection of op-eds and articles from SKF’s community of contributors. Here you’ll find advice about best practices from social entrepreneurs and the latest on a wide range of global issues from leaders and experts in the field.

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