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Science and Mathematics Education

Stem

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2020

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Infographic: Black Unicorns - Pre-College Access To Stem And Non-Revenue Sports, Kobe Reese, Leroy Long Iii, Morris R. Council Iii, Sharnnia Artis Jan 2020

Infographic: Black Unicorns - Pre-College Access To Stem And Non-Revenue Sports, Kobe Reese, Leroy Long Iii, Morris R. Council Iii, Sharnnia Artis

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This infographic was created to support the article titled Black Unicorns: STEM Access for Black Student-Athletes in Non-Revenue Sports. The article is for the 3rd Annual Conference of CoNECD - Collaborative Network for Engineering and Computing Diversity. The infographic covers Black students' pre-college access to non-revenue generating sports and STEM. Suggested recommendations are included.


Infographic: Division 1 - Power 5 Football Stars In Stem, Sydney Jones, Leroy Long Iii Jan 2020

Infographic: Division 1 - Power 5 Football Stars In Stem, Sydney Jones, Leroy Long Iii

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In this infographic, football stars studying degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are showcased. The infographic focuses on racial/ethnic minoritized students who pursue STEM degrees and play football at a university in a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division 1 - Power 5 conference. For each football star, their name, university and major are included. While pursuing majors such as biology, engineering and psychology, these diverse individuals provide counterexamples of who can pursue rigorous majors and high-demand sports.


Infographic: Division 1 And Stem, Mckenzie Jackson, Leroy Long Iii Jan 2020

Infographic: Division 1 And Stem, Mckenzie Jackson, Leroy Long Iii

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In this infographic, basketball players studying degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are highlighted. The infographic focuses on female and male racial/ethnic minoritized students who pursue STEM degrees and play basketball at universities in a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division 1 conference. For each basketball player, their name, university, major and accomplishments are depicted. As STEM majors in fields like engineering and economics, these diverse students provide counterexamples of who can pursue rigorous majors and high-demand sports.