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Published on Dec 9, 2016
A discussion including multiple perspectives on working against structural barriers to support equity and social justice in the STEM fields, both in the academy and in industry. The panel participants focus on the kinds of inspiring, creative research that can be fostered by dismantling racial and gender-based bias. Expert panelists Jill Bargonetti (Hunter College), Gillian Bayne (The Graduate Center and Lehman College) Andrew Rosenberg (Queens College and IBM) and Sara Vogel (The Graduate Center Ph.D. Student, Urban Education), together with moderator Michelle Morales (Futures Initiative Fellow and Ph.D. Student in Computational Linguistics, The Graduate Center). This event was part of The Futures Initiative’s ongoing series The University Worth Fighting For featuring conversations tying student-centered, engaged pedagogical practices to institutional change, race, equality, gender, and social justice.