— Physical and social scientists are invited to attend a workshop series beginning April 9 and learn how to facilitate holistic graduate admissions workshops. Click on title to learn more and register today!
— Launched in 2018, the ACS Bridge Program is part of the ACS Bridge Project and aims to increase the number of Black, Latino, and Indigenous students earning doctoral degrees in the chemical sciences.
— The INM provides an opportunity for organizations and individuals dedicated to advancing equity for Black, Latinx and Indigenous students in STEM graduate education to share ideas, learn together and develop/strengthen their networks.
This American Council on Education report examines over 150 indicators, looking at academic experiences and outcomes, and how these educational journeys differ, by race and ethnicity. In addition, invited scholarly essays provide further context around race and ethnicity in higher education that data alone cannot tell. Download the full report or individual chapters, below.
Download the full report here.
The APS, ACS and AGU continue to expand the number of academic institutions with which they partner. The American Physical Society now has over 40 graduate Physics Graduate programs officially committing to utilize inclusive practices. Since the APS Bridge program began 7 years ago, over 200 graduate students have been placed in graduate programs, with our first two graduates completing their PhDs this year.
— Recognizing that one's anxieties are amplified during such a time as working towards earning an advanced degree, this interactive PDF document offers links to a combination of tools, websites, reflective commentaries, and research articles that we hope will resonate with students and postdocs.
— Research mentor training is an evidence-based, interactive approach designed to help mentors develop skills for engaging in productive, culturally responsive, research mentoring relationships—relationships that optimize the success of both mentors and mentees.