Posts tagged with ‘Veronica Gonzales’

Tag: Veronica Gonzales

Questions to Form Our Identity
From the Field

“The marvelous thing about a good question is that it shapes our identity as much by asking it as it does by the answering.”  – David Whyte For those who know me, you’re about to laugh when I say this – I’m all about the answers sometimes. And I usually want those answers quickly. I live in NYC and fast-paced […]

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Sharing Stories: Many Have Personal Accounts of STEM ‘Slights’
From the Field, Guest Author

By Veronica Gonzales, Deputy Director of the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice and Alyssa Briggs, Director of the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice   When we shared some personal reflections about our own experiences as STEM outsiders, we were hoping that it might prompt others to also share their stories. It did. Over the last week, we’ve heard […]

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60 Minutes
From the Field

What If – Reflecting about our early experiences in STEM Working for improvements for girls today By Veronica Gonzales   I couldn’t believe I had scored a 5 on my AP Biology exam. I had studied for weeks for the test and it felt like all of my hard work had finally paid off. The next day, I proudly told […]

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