The Institute for Protein Design at the University of Washington held the second symposium aimed at providing strategies to address diversity challenges in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). The Strategies for Cultivating Inclusion in STEM (SCI-STEM) symposium featured leading keynote speakers, panel discussions, and interactive breakout sessions. Members of the STEM community at all levels, from undergraduates through senior scientists, deans and heads of departments at the university attended.
James E. West, PhD – National Inventors Hall of Fame
Sharon Razovsky, PhD – Increasing Participation of Students with Disabilities in STEM
Edwin Lindo, JD – Justice in STEM
Panel: Research as a Vehicle for Change