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The Multicultural Lab: Diversity Issues in STEM* Classes

@inproceedings{Miller2005TheML,
  title={The Multicultural Lab: Diversity Issues in STEM* Classes},
  author={A. T. Miller},
  year={2005}
}
The traditional view that the STEM disciplines are empirically based, and thus culturally neutral, has meant that many instructors in these fields often do not see, or cannot imagine, a connection between their classrooms and laboratories and multicultural initiatives. At the same time, most instructors see that there continues to be a gender imbalance in these areas and a notable under-representation of color and other identities that face social discrimination. Unfortunately, patterns of… 
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