British Columbia embrace

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British Columbia embrace

Her personal essay explores her experiences as an academic with immigrant working-class roots. Teves has been exploring and writing about diversity and inclusion in the sciences as part of her Wall Scholar residency.

British Columbia embrace

Leaving home and entering the academic world took me further and further from my immigrant working-class roots. Every so often, though, I would meet other Filipino immigrants working in the university as janitors, building maintenance staff, shipping and receiving workers, and lab aides. When I stepped back into my academic role, I would play the confident and assertive scientist.

British Columbia embrace

At some point I realized I only stopped to talk with the other Filipino immigrants when I was alone, which made me feel guilty. But I convinced myself that I was just being sensitive to my lab mates; after all, it would be rude to converse in another language when they were around.

British Columbia embrace

You can read the rest of Dr. Sheila Teves in Sciencemag. Related People.

British Columbia embrace

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