July is Disability Pride Month, a time to celebrate, amplify, and learn about what it means to be disabled in STEM. We teamed up...
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PHOTO EDITED BY WE REP STEM. People who are balancing a career, a home, and family responsibilities had a lot to handle, even before...
Meet Eav Brennan, a science communicator who uses art to discuss the planet & life with a psychosocial disability
"I love science and will always love science, but I found the systemic erasure of complex mental illness in STEM to be too much for me."
The Black Lives Matter demonstrations that took place across Canada during the pandemic showed that individual actions can make a difference.
Krystal Vasquez is a disabled Ph.D. candidate at Caltech studying atmospheric chemistry.
The findings may help teachers' colleges and school boards devise bias elimination training programs.
We Rep STEM aims to promote the work of inspiring people in the STEM community. Today, we’re featuring Chad Singleton. Read on to learn more about Chad and what his work entails, in his own words.
Being made aware of unconsious bias may be an effective tool in combating racism, a new study indicates.