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  • oSTEM Visits the US Air Force Academy

    oSTEM (Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, Inc.) visited the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs to tour the campus, meet with LGBT cadets, and learn about the Academy’s mission. With the recent repeal of the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy, LGBT individuals serving in our armed forces are now free to identify openly amongst their colleagues. At the Air Force Academy, cadets now have the opportunity to be a part of Spectrum, the academy’s LGBT affinity organization, and LGBT alumni are supported by the Blue Alliance organization.

  • oSTEM: Annual History

    A brief overview of oSTEM's organizational history.

  • New Non-Profit Debuts Workshop for Gay Students in the STEM Fields

    Gay STEM students attending the MBLGTACC 2011 at the University of Michigan were treated to the first presentation made by a new non-profit corporation: Out in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics, Incorporated (oSTEM, Inc).

  • Conference for LGBT & Allied Students in STEM

    WASHINGTON, DC (September 14, 2011) – In just over a week, 50 students from around the United States will travel to Washington, DC to participate in a conference hosted by the non‐profit organization, Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (oSTEM). The event is oSTEM’s first national meeting, and it promises to be altogether unique – with the primary goal of advancing lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and allied students in the STEM fields.