Posts filed under: Hispanic Heritage Month


Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15) honors the contributions and achievements of the Latinx community throughout US history. It also provides an opportunity to spotlight all the important work Latinx education leaders and scientists have done—and will continue to do—to support students in STEM.

Adelante Mujeres
Boosting STEM exposure, opportunities, and engagement all go a long way in creating STEM-literate students and supporting the next generation of Latinx STEM leaders. But,......
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Preservice teacher programs
With young Latinx learners representing a large percentage of the student population, more Latinx educators are needed in today’s classrooms. The Latinx student population is......
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National Hispanic Heritage Month offers a great opportunity for students to learn about the many Latinx contributions to STEM. During this month (which runs September......
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Dr. Evangelina Villegas
Latinx scientists have made a measurable impact in the scientific community. With September 15 marking the start of Hispanic Heritage Month, now is a great......
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Nicole Hernandez Hammer
Nicole Hernandez Hammer wears many hats—she is a sea level researcher, a climate change expert, and an environmental justice advocate. And, as part of this......
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