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The Equitable Dual Credit Toolkit
Created in partnership with Eisenhower High School and OSPI, this toolkit was designed to help practitioners explore the driving questions behind disparities in dual credit participation. Read More
Q&A with Min Hwangbo, Impact Director
Get to know Washington STEM team member Min Hwangbo, PhD, our new Impact Director. Read More
Meet Kimberly Harper – Physical Scientist, U. S. Department of Energy and Notable Woman in STEM
Kimberly Harper is a Physical Scientist with the U. S. Department of Energy's Office of Science. She works with a team of scientists and engineers to evaluate projects at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). She helps ensure the research at the facility is safe and appropriate for the resources available. Read More
Q&A with Nora Cisneros, Accounting Assistant
Get to know Washington STEM's newest team member, Nora Cisneros Toscano, Accounting Assistant. Read More
Meet Tiah Thompson – Associate Director at Accenture’s Technology Consulting Business and Notable Woman in STEM
Tiah Thompson is an Associate Director for Accenture's Technology Consulting business. Working with teams across the globe, Tiah helps companies transform the way they do business by using new IT frameworks, processes, tools, operating models, and business models. Read More
Listening to Student Voice: Improving Dual Credit Programs
Dual credit could be a game changer for high school students, who can earn college credits and work toward a postsecondary credential while still in high school. Read More