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C. Singh, L. Moin, and C. Schunn, PERC 2005 Proceedings, 7-10.
We discuss the development, implementation, and assessment of a course for science undergraduates designed to help them develop an awareness and a deeper appreciation of the…
  
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J. Zwolak, R. Dou, and E. Brewe, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 480-483.
From industry to government to academia, attracting and retaining science, technology, engineering, and mathematics majors is recognized as a key element of the 21st century…
  
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A. Leak, C. Cammarota, N. Cawley, and B. Zwickl, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 236-239.
The joint AAPT and APS PHYS21 report emphasizes preparing students for diverse career paths, including the need for more opportunities to learn innovation and entrepreneurship in…
  
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A. Knaub, J. Saldanha, C. Coffman, and C. Henderson, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 224-227.
Some students enter college with undeclared majors but could be STEM majors with encouragement. One way of encouraging these students is to provide these students with rich,…
  
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G. Cochran, T. Hodapp, and E. Brown, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 92-95.
Historically, access to education in the U.S. has not been equitable. Furthermore, intersectionality, the interaction of multiple identities, results in educational experiences that…
  
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K. Rainey, J. Corbo, D. Reinholz, and M. Betterton, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 264-267.
Women and minority students are largely underrepresented in the physical sciences. Here we describe a faculty-, student-, and staff-led group, called a Departmental Action Team…
  
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E. Price, C. De Leone, D. DeRoma, and J. Marshall, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 248-251.
Making is a design-based, participant-driven endeavor based on a philosophy of "learning by doing." Formal and informal educators at science museums, libraries, and universities see…
  
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A. Daane and V. Sawtelle, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 88-91.
In a typical introductory college calculus-based physics course for future scientists and engineers, the makeup of the classroom resembles the physics community: few women and even…
  
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G. Cochran, A. Van Duzor, M. Sabella, and B. Geiss, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 76-79.
Physics faculty at three two-year colleges (TYCs) and a public, comprehensive four-year university (FYU) have been collaborating for over five years. The collaboration began with the…
  
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S. Carpenter, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 68-71.
In a scholarship program created to recruit and better prepare secondary physical science teachers, undergraduate physics majors had an opportunity to participate in an innovative…
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