Monthly Archives: August 2021

Encounters with Gatekeepers, by Jen Bowen, Allison Henrich, and Chawne Kimber

Teachers, mentors, guidance counselors, program directors, and admissions officers all have the ability to provide us with opportunities and guide us along our paths. These same people can also act as gatekeepers, offering a leg up to those fortunate enough … Continue reading

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Turning a Passion for Pints into Perseverance by Matthew Fields

I would assume that my math journey started much like everyone else in this country, learning to count in grade school and progressing from there. But that is probably where the majority of similarities end. By the time I was … Continue reading

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