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Diversity Resources

Resources at Indiana University:

  • GU2IU: An Indiana University recruitment program for prospective underrepresented and minority students interested in pursuing a Ph.D. or M.F.A. at Indiana University Bloomington
  • IU Graduate Fellowships in support of diversity
  • Multi-Cultural Resources at Indiana University Bloomington
  • Graduate Student Life at IU - Wisdom from the Indiana University Emissaries for Graduate Student Diversity on the Bloomington Campus
  • IU Groups Scholars Program, created as a way to increase college attendance among first-generation, under-represented students at Indiana University.
  • Center of Excellence for Women and Technology: empowering women at Indiana University to attain academic and professional excellence
  • Disciplinary Resources:

  • AAS Task Force Report on Diversity and Inclusion in Astronomy Graduate Education
  • AAS Statement of Support from the President of the American Astronomical Society
  • AIP Team-Up Report: Systemic Changes to Increase African Americans with Bachelor's Degrees in Physics and Astronomy
  • National Academy Report on reshaping graduate education.
  • Editorial by Melanie Sanford from the Journal of the American Chemical Society
  • Other Resources:

  • Article: Diversity is a Dangerous Set-up: Recreational antiracism won't change anything: a review of Jonathan Kahn's critique of implicit bias discourse.
  • Article: Show Don't Tell: Decolonize your classroom, syllabus, rules, and practices
  • Google Doc: BLACK CREATORS/SCIENTISTS/EDUCATORS/SCICOMMERS YOU CAN SUPPORT
  • Student Organizations List from the IU Law School
  • IDS Letter to the Editor: It's time to disarm IUPD student police
  • Research Article: How Gender and Race Stereotypes Impact the Advancement of Scholars in STEM: Professors' Biased Evaluations of Physics and Biology Post-Doctoral Candidates
  • AAS Nova Article: #BlackInAstro: How Can We Support Black Astronomers?
  • Science Magazine Article: Without inclusion, diversity initiatives may not be enough
  • Science Magazine Twitter Post: Links to several articles
  • Science Magazine: On easing the service burden
  • Twitter search for #BlackintheIvory
  • Article: Black woman in astronomy talking about the push and pull of being Black in astronomy
  • Article: On the experience of being a black astronomer and lack of visual diversity
  • A list of achievements by Black astronomers
  • "Preview Weekend"at the Univesity of Michigan
  • University of Michigan list of department actions
  • "Equi-tea" at the University of Michigan, Astronomy Culture Journal club at the University of Illinois, and theDiversity Graduate Luncheon at Penn State University.
  • Science Magazine Article: A sense of belonging matters. That's why academic culture needs to change