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Professor and First-Generation College Grad Advocates for Minorities in STEM

Posted on · Rice University’s Richard Tapia has spent the better part of 40 years advocating for better STEM education for underrepresented minorities and mentoring students in the math and science fields. The son of Mexican immigrants, he was the first in his family to attend college and says his work is not about armchair quarterbacking. He lived […]

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Where Math Meets Art: The Multiverse of Artist Michael Petry

Posted on · If you saw last year's Best Picture nominee, The Imitation Game, you're familiar with the story of Alan Turing. Turing was a British mathematician and computer scientist who helped crack the Nazi's enigma code, which helped win World War II. And he's considered one of the fathers of computer science. Often, when we think about […]

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