DiverseScholar Non-profit, Articles, & Media
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for Diverse Students, Postdocs, Professionals, and Their Allies
DiverseScholar is our non-profit that publishes DiverseScholar original written articles (below), digital media reports, and the online web portal MinorityPostdoc.org. We feature news, articles, resources, and events about career advice, professional development, jobs, funding, fellowships, mentoring, science communication (#SciComm), and diversity issues…(Read more).
We invite you to submit your article ideas for publication consideration in DiverseScholar. Request more information about article submissions and/or advertising rates and terms by contacting us at . Most contributing writers retain a license to their creative work under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License. All articles are edited by Alberto I. Roca, PhD.
A. Landry, Satellites: Coming Soon to a Lab Near You
M.P. Ferreira, STEM Book Review: Networking for Nerds
E. Rodriguez Mega, Is America Latina Present in Science Journalism?
Z. Zevallos, Sexism in Science Reporting: a 2014 Timeline
C. Pallares-Quezada, D. Crow, S. Gordon-McKeon, M. Zhurakhinskaya, & A.I. Roca,
Opportunities in Open Source at the Tapia Conference
D. Crow & A.I. Roca, AAC&U Keynote Addresses Student Identity and the STEM “Push-Out Culture”
K. Sobowale, Engaging the Science-Poor
I.F. Gonzalez, Hispanic Audiences and Diversity in Science Journalism
D.E. Chubin, A Generational Perspective on Mentoring
L.M. Silva-Ford, Writing From A Personal (Academic) Space
K. Henne, J.E. Hobbs, K.A. Holley, & G. Sandi-Tapia, Mentoring Matters in Meeting the Needs of First Generation Scholars
C.F. Wright, Creating a Diversity in Science Course
C.R. Martinez, How a High-School Chemistry Teacher Reached the White House
A.I. Roca, Is Your Campus Producing Award-Winning Student Research? [print only]
- Are you a Ph.D. scholar who wants to learn about blogging and tweeting? Well then, read about this recent SACNAS conference panel.
- We report on the inaugural conference of the Society of Asian Scientists & Engineers.
C. Brooks & A.I. Roca, MinorityPostdoc.org Promotes New Postdoctoral Events at the 2010 SACNAS Annual Conference
A.I. Roca & J.B. Yoder, Online LGBT Pride: the Diversity in Science Blog Carnival
- Read about LGBT science and scientists in the reboot of this diversity blog carnival.
A.I. Roca & D.G. Taylor, NOGLSTP “Out To Innovate” STEM Career Summit
- MinorityPostdoc.org was a proud Event Partner for this inaugural Summit.
A print issue of DiverseScholar was published in 2011 and then distributed at the ABRCMS conference. Print issues are for our unique membership database of diverse postdocs (as well as their allies). We also maintain a presence at many different diversity, mentoring conferences and so the DiverseScholar brand will promote our client’s opportunities widely.
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last updated 16-Nov-2016