- Much of climate change is invisible to us. The “smoke” you see coming out of smokestacks is not carbon dioxide, which is transparent in visible light, but a combination of water droplets and soot. The trade-offs of replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy sources are generally not discernible.
- Women from the Class of 2020 gathered to hear from panelists about their experiences being Women in STEM fields. Six panelists, which included faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, spoke about their educational and professional paths, and offered advice for freshmen women.
Broadening and deepening participation in STEM
The CST serves the University by catalyzing and supporting intellectual exchange, interdisciplinary research, excellent courses, and multidisciplinary collaboration that broaden participation in and appreciation of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
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