“…science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education practices-as-usual (re)produce systems of dominance: be it patriarchy, heteronormativity, white supremacy, Eurocentrism, (neo-)colonialism, able-ism, classism, labor inequity, anthropocentrism, and/or others. Thankfully, there are many who are doing the critical and creative work of (re)opening STEM education to the possibility of eco-social justice…”
So, after this sordid affair, in which almost no one emerges looking very good, VDH summarises quite well, I think.
At long last, a single portal to search which parties and politicians are beholden to whom.
Only the Ceeb could, with a straight face, claim that $6400 in two weeks is a big payoff. Or maybe it was the five nominations to an awards ceremony no one has heard of or cares about.
It’s because of nonsense like this that there are legions of indebted angry studies graduates serving coffee.
The sun is getting colder? No time like the present then to sacrifice credits to the carbon gods in hopes we will be spared.