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Climbing up and reaching back: Ladder of support for research career in biomedical and behavioral science.

[No authors listed]
UIID-NIH: 3
2010;

There is a significant underrepresentation of biomedical and behavioral researchers (BBR) from minority and underserved communities. This disparity limits innovation and application of research to address needs of underserved communities. Youth from such communities often lack BBR role models...

A mixed method study of exemplary research opportunity interventions: Bridging theory-driven research with program innovation.

[No authors listed]
UIID-NIH: 4
2009;

The need to further diversify biomedical science fields is made more urgent by the persistent underrepresentation of talented African American and Latina/o undergraduates who enter graduate study and choose related research careers. Major research universities have demonstrated impressive potential...

Research careers for Hispanic Students: Tesing the multiple worlds model.

[No authors listed]
UIID-NIH: 16
2011;

The overall goal of this proposal is to examine changes in motivation, beliefs, and behaviors related to pursuing careers in biomedical and behavioral science among Hispanic high school students. The proposal's key innovations include access to an underrepresented minority...

Enhancing successful post-baccalaureate intervention to promote research careers.

[No authors listed]
UIID-NIH: 24
2007;

: The proposed research tests factors hypothesized to increase the likelihood that an underrepresented minority (URM) college graduate, who is attracted to biomedical PhD training, will "go the distance" and develop an independent research career. The underlying hypotheses emerged...

Collaborative research for novice undergraduates.

[No authors listed]
UIID-NIH: 13
2008;

Undergraduate students may be attracted to science by exposure to basic laboratory research. A summer research experience as an apprentice in a scientist's laboratory can be effective in this regard, but the pool of willing scientists is often too...

Virtual Games for STEMM faculty to break the bias habit.

[No authors listed]
UIID-NIH: 7
2010;

: Dr. Mary (Molly) Carnes at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is an ideal candidate for the Pathfinder Award. Her innovative research has already led to changes in practices that promote workforce diversity in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine...

Self-regulation skills as predictors of URM student success.

[No authors listed]
UIID-NIH: 33
2014;

: In this longitudinal study, we examine an entire incoming cohort of first year students at a large public university, which allows us to compare both underrepresented minority (URM) and non - (underrepresented) minority (NURM) students who do and...

Promoting diversity: Access and engagement in biomedical.

[No authors listed]
UIID-NIH: 19
2004;

Research has shown that institutions that recruit and graduate racial/ethnic minority students make an investment in the overall health of minority communities. Similarly, racial/ethnic minority researchers in the health sciences are likely to ask questions that impact their respective...

Retention in research careers: Mentoring for scientific communication skills.

[No authors listed]
UIID-NIH: 10
2008;

: Mastering scientific communication (SC) skills is essential for successful scientists, and can be a challenge for junior scientists from any background, but may be especially difficult for those who are educationally under- prepared or who have had limited...

Social cognitive influence on scientific research careers among American Indians.

[No authors listed]
UIID-NIH: 1
2013;

Recent reports highlight a dramatic lack of diversity in both the clinical research (The National Research Council, 2006) and science and technology workforces (The National Research Council, 2011), with American Indian and Alaska Natives especially under-represented. Dramatic issues remain...

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