The ideas shared in this blog are a product of research conducted by Community-Based Organizations over three years focused on how to create equitable partnerships between Science Institutions and Community-Based Organizations in underrepresented communities. The objective is to improve equity, diversity, and inclusion in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). The research stems from questions asked by community researchers to more than 30 other community organizations. It represents the community perspective. This work evolved from our National Science Foundation AISL grant: Examining Contextual Factors Influencing the Implementation of Projects Designed to Improve Cultural Diversity in Informal STEM Programs (NSF DRL# 1422022).
Hope you all checked out Catherine Pham's introduction. This week, meet Sister Sharon Horace!
Our research shows that community-based organizations don’t feel like they can be honest with partners when they see institutional raci...
THIS WORKBOOK FOR INFORMAL SCIENCE EDUCATORS AND OUTREACH SPECIALISTS WORKING WITH DIVERSE COMMUNITIES is now available for download ! ...