Donate to DiverseScholar
DiverseScholar is our non-profit organization that publishes both DiverseScholar original articles and the online web portal MinorityPostdoc.org. Your tax-deductible donation helps our efforts to diversify the doctoral and tech workforce. Note that we are a project of the 501c3 non-profit fiscal sponsor Community Partners who handles the finances for over 140 projects. Network for Good is the vendor used to handle credit cards.
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- Unfortunately, we can not accept credit card numbers by phone or email.
Donate by Check
- Please make the check or money order payable to:
Community Partners for DiverseScholar
- Surface mail to: DiverseScholar, P.O. Box 6414, Irvine, CA 92616
Targeted Donation Ideas
SciComm Diversity Travel Fellowship
Please donate to sustain the 3rd year of our Science Communication (SciComm) Diversity Travel Fellowship. The first 2 years were generously funded by an Idea grant from the National Association of Science Writers. However, for 2016 we’re on our own to raise funds for 6 fellowships at $1,000 each. These monies will send minority journalists/communicators to the annual ScienceWriters #SciWri16 conference for professional development and mentoring. Any additional funds raised will be used to offset the conference expenses of the 5 speakers on our #SciWri16 panel Practical Strategies for Science & Health Journalism Diversity.
Roca’s Bioinformatics Research Side Gig
DiverseScholar Executive Director, Alberto Roca, is a trained biochemist who learned bioinformatics in the 1990’s when it was just called “sequence analysis”. He still maintains a small “independent scientist”, award-winning research project (ProfileGrid.org) to keep these skills intact and to maintain credibility among academics. See the latest published manuscripts in F1000Research and BMC Proceedings. Please donate generously to help off-set research expenses such as open access charges and traveling to VIZBI/BioVis scientific conferences. Thanks!
Sponsor a Recruiting CV book
Please donate to sponsor a Gold level Institutional Subscription to designate copies of our Doctoral Directory CV database to the institution of your choosing. For example, a minority student alumni association can donate a CV book to help diversify their school’s faculty population. Sponsors can customize the Directory cover with a personalized message. Verified alumni association sponsors qualify for a 10% discount off of posted rates.
Last updated 7-Jul-2016