STEM Professional Development

Jayhawks Breaking Barriers in the News


The members of JBB were honored with an award for their work to raise awareness about the gender and diversity gap in STEMM at the Sustainability Leadership Award Presentation in April of 2019. The award, presented by KU's Center for Sustainability, highlights outstanding leadership and creativity in addressing issues of ecology, efficiency and equity on the Lawrence campus and in the broader community. Click here to read the KU news articule about the award. (4/17/2019)


JBB was also featured in the news for receiving the initial Campus Action Project grant from the AAUW that allowed the program to start. Click here to read the KU news article about the beginning of this grass-roots effort. (2/23/2017)



Dr. Hannah Kinmonth-Schultz and BioKansas’ Dennis Ridenour kicking off the Fall 2018 STEM Professional Development…

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