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Helping disabled women fight barriers to science, tech careers is project goal

Sunday, May 6, 2012
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Dolores Cimini, now a licensed psychologist and professor at the University at Albany, lost her sight when she was 16. She is co-chairwoman of the American Psychological Association’s Women With Disabilities in STEM Education Research Agenda Development Project, a grant project funded by the National Science Foundation aimed to encourage young women with disabilities to pursue science, technology, engineering and math disciplines....

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