Racism leads to science that is biased, exclusionary, and even harmful. We’re experts on the ways racism and lack of diversity harms STEM and perpetuates inequalities - let’s discuss!
Though science aims to be unbiased and objective, the backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives of who is doing and informing the research impact the questions asked, analysis done, and who benefits from the outcomes. Cultural ideas about people influence how scientists view animal species. The make-up of research teams impacts whose stories are worth investigating, what kinds of questions get financially supported, and even who is represented in the research studies. For example, facial recognition software and metadata of photos taken at protests have been shown to have a higher rate of false positive
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The Liberals' just announced they're going to cut even more funding from STEM subjects like IT and maths in order to get the Nationals to support their disastrous uni plan. This was meant to be their pro-STEM plan. You can't make this stuff up. twitter.com/MehreenFaruqi…
Science Discussion Series: We are experts and researchers who study the challenges that face Black, Indigenous, and people of color in STEM. Let’s discuss!
Hello Reddit! Science has a diversity problem. From 2002 to 2017, around 50,000 people earned Ph.D.s each year, but the percentage of Black PhDs graduating increased from just 5.1% to 5.4%. This is concerning for a number of reasons. A large body of research shows that diversity in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) improves the outcomes of the scientific enterprise. Further, the lack of diversity is damaging to the public when it comes to trust in science, willingness to listen to expert scientific suggestions, and patient health. For example, research shows that African American patients receive better care and are more likely to agree to invasive interventions if they have a doctor that looks like them. However, since
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Me STEM major me can't do words good
[Kelce] Dear KC... from my heart!!! #ChiefsKingdom #DreamsComeTrue. (Kelce’s first puchase after his contract extension is a building in Kansas City where teenagers from inner-city neighborhoods can safely study STEM) twitter.com/tkelce/status…
You can use the 1.16 nether stems/hyphae to write secret messages with maps
Research shows that gender disparity in STEM is not caused by higher math or science achievement among men. Researchers found that men with very low high-school GPAs in math and science were choosing these math-intensive majors just as often as women with much higher math and science achievement. science.sciencemag.org/co…
I finished this Wizard's Rook smoking pipe. Made with Grecian briar and "Goblin" acrylic for the stem and band. reddit.com/gallery/ihknsa
How women are represented in federal STEM occupations [OC]
If U.S. has a separation of church and state, why are there still laws that stem from Christian religious beliefs?
If the U.S. is supposed to have a separation of church and state, doesn't that mean that religiosity should not interfere with laws? Why then are there still laws that stem from Christian religious beliefs? For example, why was gay marriage banned for so long when anti-gay sentiment comes from the bible? I'm sure there are other examples too of laws like this. Please explain!
The first picture is from June 20th. The last 2 pictures are today, August 15th. This stuff grows like crazy! I did water prop to grow roots, though I’m sure it would have been just fine to just stick the stem in soil to grow roots. reddit.com/gallery/ia6laz
Custom Dev Boards Free for STEM
How to clear Ma'adim Subterrane on Mars under 60 seconds for resonant stems.
Now that the nodes on Mars are getting duplicate protection, I wanted to share my method of farming resonant stems.
Done on Hunter with Stompees and nightstalker bottom tree for longer granade duration and faster recharge time combined with the smoke.
Edit: To all who do not know, Bungie mentioned in the latest TWAB, that node dupe protection was planned to be relased on 8th of September.
Link to TWAB: https://www.bungie.net/de/News/Article/49478
This book claims fatphobia stems from racism
NBD! Tarmac SL7. 56 frame and swapped the stem for a 110mm then took it up some steep grades. The new wide rims make a smooth ride.
[Image] Grant Imahara, from MythBusters, dead at 49. Thanks for motivating and inspiring a new generation in sTEM.
TLDR: never throw away a growable stump. I bought this polka dot begonia cutting, sprayed it way to much to the point that the leaves rot, THEN dropped the container so the stem snapped in half, entire thing rotted to a little 2 cm stump but it has blessed me with a lil leaf :) reddit.com/gallery/icsjdl
As someone who has spent an unhealthy amount of time on Mars, I won't forget you as you go into the Vault Buddy. Thank you for all the Resonate Stems over the years.
Me doing a literature PhD pretending to understand all the lab and STEM science threads
I finished this Wizard's Rook smoking pipe. Made with Grecian briar and "Goblin" acrylic for the stem and band. reddit.com/gallery/ihkjxb
"Dear Kansas City..." | Travis Kelce announces plans to build a new community center to provide KC kids with access to STEM skills 87running.org/dear-kansas…
Growing up in community housing, I had to fight for my education. Now, as a chemist, I bring STEM learning to low-income kids torontolife.com/city/life…
My mind is telling me White Industries crank/Paul's cantis/ VO LD stem . . . but my grad student salary is saying f**k off.
A sea pickle on a pumpkin looks like a stem!
Each Quadrant's favorite part of STEM
Work in progress for a new Wizard's Rook smoking pipe with pink stem.
Too late for a name change? I mean I get it, the "hype" behind the name but really feel like they should have just named them "Glorious Pandas" if they don't have the halo stems. Has a nice ring to it and makes it sound more like THEIR switch rather than just a copy.
Today marks one year since Kendrick Castillo bravely gave his life to save others in the Stem shooting. Stem students came to my school to evacuate and hold a vigil. Don't let his name be forgotten, he went above and beyond when he was needed.
In school I was always the example student that girls could do well in STEM...
Jokes on them though, I was really a closeted trans dude the whole time, so there WERE no girls in my engineering classes! Haha stupid girls can't do math
Headset loosening up constantly, could it be cos of a poorly installed stem? See the markimg there
New bike day! Rides like a dream. Ps stem will be slammed soon
Rand Paul calls for Cuomo to be impeached over coronavirus response: “New York had a lockdown and had 30,000 people die. So, perhaps a lockdown didn't do any good, and perhaps a lockdown killed our economy but didn't do anything to stem the tide of a virus." thehill.com/homenews/stat…
like 6k karma for the lamest, most mid-2014 insult I’ve ever seen in my life coupled with some standard “STEM good humanities bad” circlejerking reddit.com/r/rareinsults/…
These are all over my front yard in northern Georgia now. Growing in the moss. Very odd feature on the bottom of the stem, it curls up! Pores are buff white. I’d post more pictures but can’t figure out how being new to Reddit
What do we know about many STEM bachelor's graduates not getting jobs in their field?
40% of computer science bachelor's graduates never work in their field and for STEM in general it's 50%, do we know anything about why this happens?
I was cutting my watermelon and was confused when i saw these hard stems in it, does anyone know what it is?
Ibs stems from stress but the ibs itself makes me stress so
I dumped 3+ weeks of weed stems, shake, and roaches, into my lap.
Little dude getting wild on the cherry stem
Ash Bowl and stem I finished today.
When a P/S question stem asks to identify the symptoms of depression and you’ve been depressed for the last 18 years
Just bought these 2 Oxalis from a convenience store, by the time I came home some of their flowers have withered, and some of their stems are flopping down. What can I do to save them from further damage?
Reddit kept commenting “flip the stem!” Will confirm it looks 30% faster!
Good morning r/trees. I accidentally dumped my tray. 3+ weeks of stems and shake.
Just finished a new Wizard's Rook smoking pipe. Made with Grecian briar, ebonite and pink quartz pattern acrylic stem. reddit.com/gallery/idxs7b
Little overachiever! Totally thought the stem was going to die for a while, and then it surprised me!
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Newsletter for restock and new stock!
Hello everyone! I love this community and am looking to pass on the savings to you all (: These are the products that I currently have for sale! Please fi
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This stem. Just starting stretch now.
Does nursing/healthcare jobs not being considered STEM have its roots in patriarchy?
I was inspired to ask this question after seeing a thread talking about the lack of women in STEM. I made a remark about how there are lots of female doctors, and then started thinking about nursing as well. The healthcare field contains lots of women, and nursing in particular requires a science degree as well as knowledge of biology and anatomy. However, I don't think it's ever been considered a STEM job. Do y'all think this has anything to do with nursing, midwifery, etc. being traditionally female-dominated fields? Should the rhetoric surrounding women in STEM change to encourage boys and girls to pursue healthcare/public health fields as well as opposed to just tech? Curious to hear everyone's thoughts.
I just finished the mass effect trilogy: despite the all the backlash and hate, I think the ending is great for the series it stems from, and a bonus thank you note to BioWare
I want to put a disclaimer on this by saying I played the extended cut with all the DLCs, but for now I won’t be focusing on the lore from the DLCs and instead be making a case for just what happens in that last 15 minutes. I will say however that I completely agree that the original ending was quite anticlimactic and disappointing, even if not the absolute disaster it was made out to be. Anyway, here we go.
I see people online comparing the ending to mass effect 3 to if sauron gave Frodo the option to destroy the ring but also kill all dwarves(an equivalency that is false and nonsensical), give Frodo the option to use the ring to control Sauron’s forces, or make everyone half orc and half man/elf/dwarf or whatever. This equivalency is stupid and ignores things in both the Lord of the Rings and Mass Effect’s story. As someone who is a massive fan of the lord of the rings (see username), one of the central parts of the story of the lord of the rings is Frodo’s struggle to resist taking
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It's a common misconception that the frustrations of ADC players stem from their class, the "ADC role". They're not. "ADC issues" are "bot lane carry" issues. An in-depth take on the matter from a high Diamond/Master tier ADC main
The other day this thread hit front page detailing the Rioter GreaterBelugaWhale's thoughts on ADCs complaints about having no agency. In it he talks about how the ADC role is built around the reliable output of their unmissable auto-attacks, and in order for this to come close to being balanced (though he believes the ADC role is overpowered, intentionally so) they need to have very low agency to compensate.
I fundamentally disagree in two ways. I think the lack of agency in the ADC role has nothing to do with the champions themselves, and I think agency and balance have nothing to do with each other. This post will mainly focus on the former because it's the most common misconception which I believe is vital to clear up if the community (including Riot) are to have productive discussions on this matter.
A champion like Lucian doesn't lack agency, in fact he has agency up the ass
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What's the deal with the school shooter (Alec McKinney) from the STEM School shooting? Why do people want him to be free from prison?
I'm seeing from Twitter and discord that people want to free the shooter from the STEM, Alec McKinney. Why do people want to free him?
How do I get rid of these “weed trees”? I’ve tried cutting but the stems are so thick and they just grow new branches. Dig them up?
Beheaded and plucked the stem of my topsy turvy a few months ago. Meet Franken-plant! 🧟♂️
I asked how Asian Americans fit in the discussion of race in STEM and redling of ethnic communities in the recent discussions in /r/science and I was a a little disappointed with the "diversity" panel's views. (NP link) np.reddit.com/r/science/c…
Stem jij niet op de partij waarop ik wil dat je stemt? Stockholmsyndrolm
What should I read next? (I’m very STEM-challenged so it needs to be on this sort of level)
Made a rack out of an old fork/stem/handlebars. The old drops need bar tape still.
Ocean Plastic Is Getting Worse and Efforts to Stem the Tide Fall Short, Study Finds. The amount of plastic flowing into the world’s oceans is set to surge and businesses’ efforts to reduce plastic waste will do little to stop it, according to a new study in the journal Science apkmetro.com/ocean-plasti…
Recently won a Dynavap Instagram giveaway, and received this beautiful KGWoodcrafts wand-stem! *Wingardium Leviosa* reddit.com/gallery/i82scv
dunNo wEhere mY pRoblEms stEm fRom
A year ago I shared an all-white stem on my mom’s rubber plant. I thought you all might like to see how it’s grown since then. v.redd.it/cyv2iwrlgzi51
Got myself this 1m stem Roor bong as a congratulations gift for handing in my Masters. She still needs a name
Considering it has never happened ever: Realistic ways to stem corporatism?
The way I see it. Successful corporation gets rich. Corporation bribes politicians to give them monopolies, subsidies, bailouts, "license" laws. Politcians use the money to stay in power. Rinse, Repeat. How do you stop the cycle?
The humour in this stems from the fact that Logan so nonchalantly pulls out a comically large hat...
Fell in love with a Dovetail Woodwork stash so I asked for a custom 3 garage 3 magnet stash and also if he’d be interested in trying his hand at stem creations. I have a feeling that these are some of the first of many wonderful exquisite pieces.
Stems - Mac + Windows app built using React/Typescript/Electron that takes a song and breaks it apart into isolated vocal, instrumental, drum, and bass tracks. v.redd.it/bknv56q7e9a51
Unpopular opinion: STEM-people can read
I honestly can't tell if people here are being sarcastic or not. Like every damn single god damned day I come to this here subreddit I am forced to sit through literally billions of comments trashing STEM-majors for our alleged inability to read even the shortest of paragraphs. But that is incorrect, the physics problems I get on my exams are often TWO whole paragraphs long.
Seriously though, using real life for evidence, (my real life, since I have no friends and avoid human interaction like the plague) the two (STEM and Reading) can coexist and do - it's called being good at more than one thing, sweaty. For real, the existence of Star Wars: Expanded Universe should tell you enough.
This'll be mean, but it sounds like y'all just bad at maths and trying to feel better about yourself. I mean why else would you go through all this effort to deprecate the good reputation of us honorable STEM-lords.
I mean, just because we of the noble STEM - unlike you of softer stock (
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STEM Degrees- inclusive in India, exclusive in America
I had a revelation after talking to my boyfriend yesterday. He grew up in India, and he was telling me they didn’t start using computers until plus 2 (the end of high school). And he majored in computer science in college...
Meanwhile my college roommate dropped out of her computer science program because she didn’t have enough coding experience by freshman year, and she didn’t feel like she could catch up.
I was told that Indians were just better at math and science than Americans, which is why they come here and get tech jobs that out earn most Americans. That’s not necessarily true, it’s just that their STEM degrees are more inclusive - they actually want them to stick with the programs and graduate. Whereas our STEM programs are chalk full of weed-out classes.
TLDR Wtf is the American education system
EDIT: I’m not saying indian STEM programs are great, I’m saying American STEM programs are shit.
Im assuming this is a crinoid stem? Upstate NY, 2 ft long, head seems to be cut off at end of rock
Who did he think he was impressing with that pathetic nug? That's like 95% stem!
I've collected a variety of pipes, but I saw this handsome Dr. Grabow Grand Duke with a saddle stem at Walgreens earlier this week, and I decided to go back and pick it up today.
Megg and Mogg "Seeds and Stems" by Simon Hanselmann