oSTEM

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oSTEM members crafted jewelry and networked with donuts during their first social in the spring.

In a space where LGBTQ+ identities are often overlooked, Cal Poly’s oSTEM chapter strives to create a welcoming community for queer engineers and scientists inside and outside of class. Through professional events, discussions between industry members and students, community spaces, outreach to local organizations and schools, and other forms of networking among the LGBTQ+ community, our oSTEM chapter will foster a more comfortable and inclusive space for queer people in STEM while focusing on the intersections of this community to ensure all members feel heard and empowered in STEM spaces at Cal Poly.

Stop by our first general meeting in Building 197-104 on Tuesday, 9/20, from 7-8 pm to learn more about oSTEM and how to get involved and to meet other oSTEM members!

oSTEM members crafted jewelry during their Spring Social.


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