Read the new article: Designer Considerations and Processes in Developing School-Based Citizen-Science Curricula for Environmental Education

June 21, 2021

This article was recently published in the Journal of Biological Education by TERC’s Anushree Bopardikar, Debra Bernstein, and colleague Susan McKenney.

Anushree Bopardikar, Debra Bernstein, Brian Drayton of TERC with colleague Susan McKenney recently published an article in Instructional Science.

June 16, 2021

Download Designing Educative Curriculum Materials in Interdisciplinary Teams: Designer Processes and Contributions here.

Watch the California Academy of Sciences new Night Life program, NightSchool: Cave Life – June 10th at 7pm.

June 9, 2021

Nickolay Hristov of TERC will show off some of the incredible images and videos that help him and other researchers reveal the biology of bats and the caves that they call home during this fascinating program! Watch it here.

TERC Trustee Eleonora Villegas-Reimers is inviting everyone to attend BU Wheelock’s Summer Symposium: Education for Equity & Democracy

June 8, 2021

This 3-day multi-discipline event will look at the way contemporary institutions propagate & maintain inequity & the short & long-term solutions available. Registration and more information available here.

TERC’s Nuria Jaumot-Pascual, Mia Ong, Christina Silva, and Audrey Martínez-Gudapakkam presented their paper “Women of Color in Computing Graduate Education: Structural Supports and Navigation Strategies for a Hostile Culture” at the RESPECT conference on May 27, 2021.

May 28, 2021

Watch a recording of their presentation here.

Download the peer-reviewed conference proceedings from the session 

Abstract: This paper presents themes that emerge from empirical literature on women of color (WOC) in computer science (CS) graduate education. We ask, according to the literature, what factors affect the experiences, participation, and advancement of WOC in CS graduate degrees? The findings are drawn from a subset of literature on graduate education from our National Science Foundation-funded project, Literature Analysis and Synthesis of Women of Color in Technology and Computing. Findings of on-campus social supports include student support groups and peers who provided community,  » Read more

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