This report to the Chemical Sciences Roundtable presents a collection of contributed papers that report success stories for increasing diversity. The report provides background information on the value of diversity in the undergraduate environment, and the success stories address both undergraduate and graduate chemistry programs as well as chemical industry.
Table of Contents
|1 Diversity: Why Is It Important and How Can It Be Achieved?||6-15|
|2 Preparing College Students for a Diverse Democracy||16-35|
|3 An HBCU Perspective||36-46|
|4 Reports from the Breakout Sessions||47-51|
|5 The Meyerhoff Undergraduate Scholars Program||52-65|
|6 The Imperative for Leaders and Organizations||66-83|
|7 Beating the Odds: Preparing Minorities for Research Careers in the Chemical Sciences||84-92|
|8 Reports from the Breakout Sessions||93-105|
|9 Diversity in the Industrial R&D Workforce: Challenges and Strategies||106-123|
|10 Recruiting and Advancing Minority Scientists: Doing It Right||124-135|
|11 General Discussion||136-148|
|Appendix A: Workshop Participants||151-155|
|Appendix B: Biographical Sketches of Workshop Speakers||156-159|
|Appendix C: Origin of and Information on the Chemical Sciences Roundtable||160-161|
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