Broadening Access to STEM Through the Power of Daily Interactions
While we are all familiar with the importance of mentoring programs as a tool to broaden access to STEM, we may overlook the potential power within our daily interactions with students. Whether in class, office hours, or the research lab, we can have a major impact on students through the comments we make, our actions, and how we organize our activities. Research demonstrates the power of these critical moments. I offer practical recommendations to be more intentional about the time and energy you are already investing, and in doing so, improve the power of your impact on students.
Broadening Access to STEM Through the Power of Daily Interactions (Acrobat (PDF) 872kB Jul26 16)
Inclusive Mentoring Recommendations and References (Acrobat (PDF) 85kB Jul26 16)
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