The time she spent helping her own students, as well as her own experiences in STEM, compelled Williams to shift her career towards roles involved with promoting diversity and inclusion at universities.
It’s important to have people to tell you “you belong here,” especially in moments when it’s not easy to say it to yourself.
Fitzroy “Pablo” Wickham ‘21, the 2021 Jamaica Rhodes Scholarship recipient, knew from a young age that he wanted to be a doctor.
Peter Park ’93, PhD, a North America Regional Medical Lead at Pfizer, has witnessed the pandemic’s impact on clinical research firsthand.
Professor Melon dedicated her career to studying psychiatric diseases with large gender gaps in diagnosis like depression.
Assignon credits Associate Professor of Chemistry and McNair Program Faculty Director Erika Taylor for encouraging her to get involved with research.
The Physicist and Social Theorist Fighting for Equality in Science – Vice www.vice.com Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein has peered into the deep past of the cosmos, while also working toward a just and equal future in the scientific community.
Professor Padilla-Benavides is dedicated to increasing diversity and inclusion in the field of STEM
Turning isolation into inclusion – C&EN cen.acs.org Now is the time for a shift in responsibility from the students to the administrators. It is time for Black students to not be weighed down by the departmental expectations of being “the face.”
Myriam Sarachik Never Gave Up on Physics – The New York Times www.nytimes.com The New York-based scientist overcame sexism and personal tragedy to make major contributions to the field, for which she received recognition this year.