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Reclaiming STEM: East Coast Edition

Reclaiming STEM: East Coast Edition

“The day was one of excitement, vulnerability, and empowerment with over 70 participants and speakers,” said Tamara Marcus, Ph.D. student in UNH’s Natural Resources and Earth Systems Science program and organizer of the 2019 East Coast Reclaiming STEM meeting. Reclaiming STEM is a science... Read More

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