AAAS Drafts Plans to Combat Systemic Racism in Sciences
Photo credit: AAAS will strengthen its advocacy on behalf of diversity, equity, and inclusion— while taking a hard look at its own demographics and related policies.
AAAS Statement on Proposed Rule by U.S. Homeland Security Affecting Nonimmigrant Academic Students
Photo credit: “We must not cede our leadership in drawing talent from all corners of the globe by undermining our ability as a nation to encourage students and scholars from studying in the U.S.”
Four New Charter Members Join SEA Change
Photo credit: The new charter members have publicly committed to creating sustainable changes to recruit, retain and advance the full range of diverse talent in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine.
Systemic Racism in the Sciences Requires Structural Solutions
Photo credit: Now is the time for decisive, systemic, evidence-based action to combat structural racism in the sciences, urged several speakers at the AAAS Science and Technology Policy Forum.
In 2020, Bond Between Science and Policy Has Grown Stronger
Photo credit: The devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic have served as a wake-up call to the scientific community, offering it the opportunity to emerge more effective at addressing society’s most pressing needs.
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