Oxford University Press is proud to support diverse voices across our publishing. In this collection, we shine a spotlight on the representation of women in scientific fields, the gains that have been made in their fields, from research and major discoveries to advocacy and outreach, and amplify the voices of women who have made a … Read more
We’re seeking applicants for our Master’s in Engineering Management, a 24-month, tuition-free program for Black students with undergraduate degrees in a STEM discipline OR in the liberal arts.
Bring your friends and meet us under the stars at the Van Vleck Observatory on Thursday, October 12th 7-9pm
I am conducting dissertation research to explore the experiences of Black women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) related undergraduate, graduate, or professional STEM majors/programs.
CIS and NSM Course Assistant Application In conjunction with the NSM coalition, the Gordon Career Center, and the office of Equity & Inclusion, the College of Integrative Sciences (CIS) developed an application form to use when hiring Course Assistants. Our students remind faculty that the best academic student in the class is not always the … Read more
Today’s Doodle celebrates the 112th birthday of Indian biochemist Dr. Kamala Sohonie. She was the first Indian woman to achieve a Ph.D in a scientific field during a time when Indian women were conspicuously underrepresented in scientific disciplines. By breaking barriers and proving her doubters wrong, Dr. Sohonie not only did pioneering work in her … Read more
After she died — and just a year after her discovery — another scientist took credit for her work. It would be more than half a century until her story resurfaced. By Delthia Ricks This article is part of Overlooked, a series of obituaries about remarkable people whose deaths, beginning in 1851, went unreported in The … Read more