Ashley Wells Ajinkya, Kimberly Gladfelter Graham, Alice Meadows, Bahar Mehmani, Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay, Maria Stanton
This article focuses on five very different information organizations represented in NISO's DEIA Committee, which are working on improving DEIA, in order to make recommendations for other organizations in this space, based on our shared experiences.
We are in the process of building a diverse workforce capable of relating to our patients and speaking their language, both literally and figuratively. This is not just about fairness—diversity in medicine has measurable benefits.
Berkeley News spoke with Streets recently about why Berkeley has become an ideal place for DEI work, how diversity can help bring new and necessary perspectives to STEM research and academia, and the intersection of his two passions, art and science.
Carlene Burton, Gabriel Duran, Vashan Wright, Rebecca Chmiel
Unlearning Racism in Geoscience (URGE) program focuses on helping geoscientists use journal articles, information from interviews with anti-racist experts, and the participants' personal experiences to discuss and draft anti-racist policies and resources for their workplaces.
Michelle Suh MD, MAT, Lauren T. Callaghan, Elise Brickhouse, Haley Ponce, Aleksandr Tichter MD, M. Tyson Pillow MD, MEd, Anita Chary MD, PhD
Through qualitative interviews, our study shows that perceptions of authentic commitment to DEI, racial representation in the learning environment, and being seen as a learner first were key factors in EM residency applicants’ program evaluation process.
Nathan C. Emery, Ellen K. Bledsoe, Andrew O. Hasley, Carrie Diaz Eaton
This article is meant to contribute to the ongoing conversation and propose some guidance to ecologists and evolutionary scientists by describing and providing research-based practices to implement in everyday teaching and research settings
Despite efforts to diversify the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, new research from the University of Georgia suggests that women remain underrepresented in STEM fields in federal jobs.