wolf pups by Joachim S. Müller /Flickr
grizzly bear in Yellowstone by Jim Peaco/National Park Service
gray wolf by NickyNJ/Flickr
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument courtesy BLM
jaguar © Jonathan Truong
American pika by William C. Gladdish
Nearly two-thirds of Americans (64%) say an increasing number of people from different races, ethnic groups and nationalities in the . makes the country a better place to live. Fewer (29%) think growing diversity in America does not make much difference, and just 5% think it makes the country a worse place to live. This data is revealed in depth in a Pew Research Center dated 2-16-17. The report on diversity’s appeal is part of a more comprehensive research entitled “In first month, view of Trump are already strongly felt, deeply polarized”. Diversity’s Favorable Trend
[email protected] is a global network comprised of 10,000+ female Googlers committed to empowering all women at Google by connecting, developing, and retaining female talent. The group provides networking and mentoring opportunities, professional development, and community to Googler women across 45 countries. Within [email protected], the Google Women in Engineering (GWE) Network focuses on fostering a sense of community and connection amongst Google women engineers worldwide. The network is dedicated to attracting and retaining female engineers, providing opportunities to develop professionally, and enhancing their experience at Google. To learn more, check out this Wired article about one of Google’s GWEs, Melody Meckfessel.