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“As a Puerto Rican female who comes from a low socioeconomic background and whose first language isn’t English, I am so very aware of the challenges students face who don’t fit the traditional mold of college education,” says Dr. Miriam Segura-Totten. She explains her role as an editor and professor, and how you can share your inclusive education work.
Dr. Ocasio Ramirez explains how he became interested in science as an undergraduate, his current research as a postdoctoral fellow at Duke University, and why attending ABRCMS was a gratifying experience.
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