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SBAI Stories: “The Torso in Between Cultures” by Jiangtao (Harry) Gu

My first encounter with China’s gay community happened in a strictly non-academic setting. In the summer of 2010, when visiting with my family in Shanghai as a rising college sophomore, I was introduced to the city’s emerging gay scene by … Continue reading

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SBAI Stories: My SBAI research grant by Serenity Sutherland

Scientist and reformer Ellen Richards (1842-1911) worked during the early Progressive Era in the sciences. She was the first woman to graduate from and teach at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Interested in chemistry, Richards practiced science prolifically, including mineralogy, hydrology, … Continue reading

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