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Urge your elected officials to support legislation to broaden participation in STEM
This spring, the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology’s Public Affairs Advisory Committee is asking you to encourage the U.S. Congress to support legislation to broaden participation by underrepresented minorities, women and veterans in STEM. Click here to participate. Spring marks a transition period for many. Semesters are wrapping up and degrees are being conferred. Programs that provide research funding and STEM training have supported many of those graduating this year. The ASBMB’s spring advocacy campaign will urge elected…