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Students Break Down Barriers for Women Entering STEM Fields

It all started with an idea that is now blossoming into a business, even before three Kent State University students graduate. Kourtney Arnold, from Kent State’s College of Education, Health and Human Services, and Asia Frazier and Tiffany Coleman, from Kent State’s College of Communication and Information, are the masterminds behind Fresh LLC, an app that they are launching to help connect students on campus to social events.

The trio is breaking the mold of students interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) related fields.

WKYC-TV talked with the students about the power of underrepresented minorities entering STEM careers. Watch here.