Join us for another in the book talk series sponsored by the Social Sciences Division.
- Thursday, September 20
- 4pm – 5:30pm
- Social Research Library
- 227 Haviland Hall
In this new book Revolutionary STEM Education: Critical-Reality Pedagogy and Social Justice in STEM for Black Males (Peter Lang, 2018), Jeremiah J. Sims calls for a revolutionary paradigm shift in STEM education for Black boys. Sims chronicles a Saturday program, MAN UP, designed to foster interest in STEM and investigates how to leverage STEM for the remediation of social injustice in middle school Black boys.
Dr. Sims is the Director of Equity at the College of San Mateo. He received his PhD from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Education in 2016.
** Introductory remarks by Assistant Professor, Travis Bristol, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Education.
Sponsored by the Berkeley Library and the Graduate School of Education
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