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According to the Governor,C. biochemist Paul Roepe—inspired her to expand the program’s focus to include competitions Dantzler talked about how her passion for research pushed her far beyond the assignment in her honors biology course “For students like myself and those who I mentor it can be discouraging to see that there aren’t people who look like you or have the same cultural experiences as you” she said SSP doesn’t collect demographic information on the students who enter the STS competition says Maya Ajmera president and CEO But Caitlin Sullivan program manager of STS says that Asian-American and Caucasian students make up a majority of the participants each year and that advocates are expected to target African-Americans Latinos and Native Americans as well as students whose families have limited incomes She and other educators say that the lack of a support network is probably the biggest obstacle to greater participation by those underrepresented groups The problem is compounded by insufficient opportunities to do hands-on science teachers with too little free time to help students pursue their scientific interests and an application process that can be hard to navigate advocates say “What we do know is that there are quite a few underserved students doing [research programs] but they don’t compete” Ajmera said That’s where advocates can be so important “There’s always the recruiting question” says David Evans executive director of the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) based in Arlington Virginia Evans says NSTA works with other organizations to make potential mentors aware of opportunities for their students to participate in science competitions Advocate Scott Bolen research coordinator at the Rockdale Magnet School for Science and Technology in Conyers Georgia says that promoting student research opportunities sometimes makes him feel like an outlier “Science fairs and science competitions—that’s not really a school building priority … So anything that gets these advocates together to talk about what they’re doing to keep their kids successful I think that really is valuable” Last year Bolen mentored some 15 students weekly in what he called Bolen’s Breakfast Club Every student participated in the school’s science fair and one was accepted into the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix In his second year as an advocate Bolen hopes to extend access to an online discussion board for students across the county “[The advocates] talk about deadlines and dates and what these competitions are looking for” Bolen said “If teachers don’t know who to ask then that becomes an obstacle to their students” In Texas second-year advocate Russ Stukel plans to expand the program he created for middle school students He said SSP contacted him last year based on the success of the decade-old high school research program at the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science (TAMS) Stukel assistant dean for student life at TAMS at the University of North Texas in Denton says his goal is to convince students to reach for the stars even when they are young “You don’t have to have a million dollars or a giant brain to conduct an experiment” Stukel said “They’re like ‘Oh [research] is for somebody else’ And our response is ‘No You do experiments daily but you don’t realize it’” This year’s program will start in the summer he says so that the middle-schoolers “can hit the ground running” Dantzler expects to graduate next spring with a double major in biology and African studies and aspires to be a physician In the meantime she aims to grow her cohort this year to five women “I’ve always believed that science should be a very inclusive field” she said “We all have an obligation to help all students become involved [in research]”Gandhinagar/New Delhi: The Congress party’s central election committee is likely to meet on Friday to finalise the list of candidates for the Gujarat Assembly elections The meeting in New Delhi will be chaired by All India Congress Committee (AICC) President Sonia Gandhi where top party leaders including from the poll-bound state are likely to attend The Congress will be fielding candidates in all the 89 constituencies of the first phase of elections to be held on 9 December Around 100 candidates which have been selected by the scrutiny panel are likely to be finalized for the first phase initially according to sources Representational image AFP The meeting will be attended by former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Rajya Sabha MP Ahmed Patel Senior party leaders from Gujarat like Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) President Bharatsinh Solanki and Gujarat in-charge for elections Ashok Gehlot have already reached Delhi for the meeting Other senior leaders like Siddharth Patel Shaktisinh Gohil and Arjun Modhwadia are likely to attend The list of candidates will be finalised and the candidates will be instructed to start their preparations for the contest but they won’t be publicly declared till two or three days prior to the day of nomination the sources said Earlier just after the Rajya Sabha seat elections for Gujarat in August the grand old party had announced that as a reward to loyal MLAs who did not give in to the massive allurements and temptations by the BJP all the sitting MLAs will be given tickets to contest the assembly elections It will be interesting to see which candidates are likely to be given the chance as the party is also in talks with Hardik Patel leader of the Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) who has been agitating against the BJP government demanding reservation status for his Patel community for about two-and-a half years Congress senior leader Kapil Sibal has assured the Patidar community a reservation status on a constitutional basis if the party comes to power in Gujarat The leaders had brief discussions late night on Wednesday and the talks are still in progress Now the ball is in Hardik Patel’s court as they will deliberate on the offer by the Congress and discuss it with his community’s leaders and institutions The state elections are on the radar of national politics as it is the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also BJP national President Amit Shah The BJP government is under heavy pressure to retain power under the anti-incumbency it has been facing in the form of agitations by various communities in recent times The Gujarat elections will be held in two phases on December 9 and 14 and the results will be declared on 18 December The United States is already training more technical talent than the job market can absorb says a new report and immigration policies that encourage an inflow of high-skilled foreign workers are likely only to make matters worse The analysis by a trio of academics comes as the US Senate begins to debate a controversial proposal with provisions that would ease the ability of foreign-born engineers and scientists to work and live in the United States "The argument here isn’t that foreign workers aren’t good or productive" says report co-author B Lindsay Lowell a demographer at Georgetown University in Washington DC "The question is at what amount Is more better" Just how far the United States should go in attracting foreign workers with STEM (science technology engineering and mathematics) training has been the subject of long and fractious debate Some analysts and high-tech companies see a dearth of technically trained workers and say that the situation is hobbling economic growth and innovation But other observers say that there is little evidence of a serious shortage of homegrown STEM talent and that policies that encourage companies to hire temporary foreign "guest workers" have helped suppress wages in some fields Lower salaries they argue further reduce the incentive for US students to enter STEM disciplines The new report from the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) a Washington DC,S. helped to supply the weapons used in 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Hakeem Odumosu, we are very happy. We say no to backwardness.