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- Science & Technology
Cultural expectations may keep Western women from pursuing physics degrees
Western countries might have fewer women in pursuing physics degrees compared to Muslim-majority countries because of identity conflicts [...]
- Education and Human Development Opps
Talking Science is recruiting participants
Families play a vital role in children’s interests, including career interest. The Talking Science research team at [...]
Master teacher recognized with Deering Foundation Partner Award
For 15 years, Nicholas Oehm has leveraged a partnership with the Deering Estate to have FIU students and alumni [...]
- Campus & Community
Science education professor elected American Physical Society fellow
FIU science education professor Zahra Hazari is elected American Physical Society fellow. She wants physics to be more diverse, welcoming.
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