During my time as a study abroad student at Liverpool Hope University, one of my roommates and I took up the opportunity to attend the STEM Women Conference in Manchester, England. At this event we were able to learn about different careers in STEM; listen to several executive women speak about their experiences working in the field; and network with recruiters from several STEM-focused companies including PWC, Morgan Stanley, Bloomberg, and Citrix.
Nothing will bring George Floyd back to life. There’s nothing to celebrate in a jury doing its job in finding Derek Chauvin guilty. But in a country where police are rarely held criminally liable for murdering people, especially Black and brown people, this moment matters.
The jury's verdict delivers accountability for Derek Chauvin, but not justice for George Floyd. Real justice for him and too many others can only happen when we build a nation that fundamentally respects the human dignity of every person. https://twitter.com/AP/status/1384616336899313667
Former Minneapolis Officer Derek Chauvin convicted of murder and manslaughter charges in the death of George Floyd.
Floyd’s death stirred worldwide protests against racism after video showed Chauvin pinning Floyd to the ground with his knee on his neck.
BREAKING: Derek Chavin has been found guilty of second and third-degree murder and manslaughter of George Floyd
When I applied for my PhD I was rejected from every program. One faculty member told me I would never be a community engaged researcher or complete a PhD program b/c of my GRE scores. They weren’t great but I did well in my master’s prog.
Before the push against face masks, there was the push against seat belts.
Seat belts save lives. Should they be optional at low speed because the risk is lower?
We can always stop the car to buckle up as soon as speed exceeds 30 mph, right?
Face masks save lives...