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2013 was my most active year in blogging yet, and I am excited to release the top 10 posts for the year! My goal is to write on topics on how we can better “engineer equity in education,” and I hope I have succeeded! I am looking forward to 2014 and further developing my thought leadership on the topics of engineering, STEM education, and diversity, aiming to improve equity and accessibility for all.


Here are the top 10 posts on MeaganPollock.com for 2013. Which was your favorite?

  1. Thank a Teacher Before it is too Late
  3. If I had a $1,000,000…. for “STEM” Education
  4. Uncomfortable: Implications of Race, Class & Gender for the Classroom
  5. Women in STEM: Erna Schneider Hoover
  6. Women in STEM: Wanda Gass
  7. That’s a Horse of a Different Color! Race, ethnicity, nationality, & culture
  8. Thank an engineer: Kitchen Aid Blender
  9. Cubiclephobia: Death of the cubicle
  10. Do you work in the cafeteria? No, I am an engineer. *ROLE MODELS NEEDED!

Check out 2012’s top 10 posts here.


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