• Dr. Kimberly Scott presents findings from the Digital Lives of African American Tweens, Teens, and Parents: Innovating and Learning with Technology Report at ASU Center in Washington, D.C.

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  • Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program participant Megan Berry spends time in Australia at Curtin University as a visiting STEM scholar.

  • CGEST Launch Workshop attendees watch a NAO robot perform a motion.

  • Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program participants Felina Rodriguez and Megan Berry present research findings at the 6th International Digital Storytelling Conference: Voices of Change at Smith College and the NSF ADVANCE/GSE Program Workshop in Baltimore, MD.

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The knowledge arm of CGEST is committed to advancing girls and women of color in STEM through an intersectional and culturally responsive approach. We promote data-driven advocacy by exploring issues related to digital media learning and the underrepresentation of women and girls of color in STEM. In order to reach multiple stakeholders, we share our findings with scholars, organizations, policy makers, and practitioners through a variety of avenues, including academic articles, conference presentations, poster sessions, and digital stories.



Dr. Patricia Garcia Exit Interview