The Institute for STEM and Diversity Initiatives aims to build a diverse community of students, faculty, and others involved and invested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The primary goal of the Institute is to promote a culture of active inclusive excellence in STEM at Boise State University. The Institute fosters diversity in STEM through (a) advocating for and nurturing underrepresented student and faculty success inside and beyond the classroom, (b) strengthening avenues of communication and collaboration among University and external partners, and (c) conducting and catalyzing STEM educational research.
‘All girls FIRST Robotic Team’
Christine Chang-Gillespie decided she wanted to be an engineer after watching the 1995 film Apollo 13.
“You know the part where they dump all the stuff on the table, and they’re trying to fix the air filter? They were trying to solve a problem and I thought, ‘That’s what I want to do, and I want to do it at NASA,’” she said. Continue Reading
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