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Education; Passion; Twitter; Meritocracies; Company Performance
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Advocating for a more diverse engineering and technology culture.
Issue #25 // May 24, 2016

There’s power in exciting kids early about becoming engineers so that they can change society for the better. Doing so will pay dividends for generations.

Celebrating students as whole people encourages them to pour their passions into engineering. University of Maryland-Baltimore County has been especially successful in equally educating a diverse class of students in STEM.

Twitter appointed their first black board member.

Science might appear to be a meritocratic profession, but scientists are human and therefore biased.

Morgan Stanley finds a correlation between gender diversity and company performance.

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