The Science Training & Research to Inform Decisions (STRIDE) program hosted a panel on the “Many Paths to Science” on Oct. 25 to introduce graduate students to industry research in science and technology.
Stony Brook University’s undergraduate population is 53 percent male and 47 percent female. The split is not 50/50, but it is close enough to be even. Still, in terms of classroom participation, there seems to be an overwhelming presence of male voices.
The main problem here is that a school known for its incredible strides in STEM is not efficiently or effectively doing anything to promote important STEM-related and life-saving initiatives on campus.