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STEM conference for young women

STEM Conference builds solid foundations for young women

STEM focuses on girls pursuing career fields that usually go to males. Members of the STEM coalition believe that students should improve the way they learn science, mathematics, technology and engineering and that business, education, and STEM communities must work together to achieve this goal.

University of Rochester’s Censorship Campaign

Most worrisome, however, is the fact that UR allowed its students to disrupt Landsburg’s class without any consequences, despite the fact that campus security was on the scene. What happened in Landsburg’s class is a textbook example of “mob censorship,” where a group of people silence or drown out a speaker with whose views they disagree. A classroom is perhaps the least appropriate place for something like this to happen, and the fact that UR did not see fit to clear the heckling students out of the class is disturbing.

Coed Teaching French to Soldiers

Stephanie Williamson, French instructor, and 1st Lt. Zachery Bailey

When Stephanie spoke with her father over the phone concerning the presentation, he explained why he was giving the class and that it was the first time the COIN lab has ever given a language classes before.

Stephanie was so excited about this opportunity her dad was given to teach a French speaking class that she jumped at the chance to travel to Camp Atterbury and help her father.

This is when the Williamson training support became a family effort as his daughter Stephanie volunteered her mastery of French to assist in training forces going to HOA.

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