Angelica A. Morrison

by ANGELICA A. MORRISON /University at Buffalo dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Liesl Folks, leads the NAVIGATE Project at UB

The STEM fields – science, technology, engineering and math – have traditionally been dominated by men. And that can make it tough for women to break in – or gain respect. The Me Too movement is highlighting those issues. And some female professionals in the Great Lakes Region have their own stories about the culture of gender bias.

by ANGELICA A. MORRISON

Out on farmland in western New York, near the shore of Lake Erie, is Five & 20 Spirits and Brewing. Here, they make more than just booze. They also raise fish.


The facility uses stillage left over from a distillery and turns it into fish food. For more visit www.greatlakestoday.org

by ANGELICA A. MORRISON

Retired UB Mathematician and poet Scott Williams recites one of his most recent works about gun violence.

by ANGELICA A. MORRISON

The Great Lakes states have produced several influential African-Americans in the sciences.

There’s astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson -- he’s from New York. And nuclear scientist J. Ernest Wilkins Jr., who attended the University of Chicago at the age of 13.


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