Organizations have invested millions of dollars to attract diverse workers to science programs. Our guest explains the barriers women and minorities face. Then we discuss supporting mental health in dementia patients. Plus U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin talks Syria, impeachment and Wisconsin issues.
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How Science Can Become More Diverse And Inclusive
Women and people of color are far less likely to graduate college with a math or engineering degree or to work in science. We look at why many scientific fields aren’t more diverse and what that means for society.
Supporting Mental Health In Patients With Dementia
Many people with dementia experience psychological symptoms like depression, anxiety and paranoia. A geriatric psychiatrist explains what caretakers should know about the intersection of mental health and dementia.
US Senator Tammy Baldwin Talks Syria, Impeachment And Wisconsin Issues
President Trump recently ordered the withdrawal of all 1,000 U.S. troops from northern Syria. U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin shares her position on the issue. Plus, we’ll discuss impeachment, pension plans and other news.
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