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Links on Diversity

Stereotypes
How Stereotypes Can Drive Women To Quit Science

Walk into any tech company or university math department, and you'll likely see a gender disparity: Fewer women than men seem to go into fields involving science, engineering, technology and mathematics.

Implicit Bias
What is implicit bias?
Implicit bias is a subconscious or "hidden" bias that many of us, even those who believe themselves to be completely diverse.

Project Implicit link:
Project Implicit represents a collaborative research effort between researchers at Harvard University, the University of Virginia, and University of Washington to help understand implicit bias.

Harvard Implicit Bias Tests link
Here you will have the opportunity to assess your conscious and unconscious preferences for over 90 different topics ranging from pets to political issues, ethnic groups to sports teams, and entertainers to styles of music. At the same time, you will be assisting psychological research on thoughts and feelings.

Women in Science
Highlights of the Department of Energy's gender equity activities

Center for Accelerator Science
A program for middle school students from diverse backgrounds to increase interest in pursuing science or math in high school.

Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology
We are women technologists. We use technology to connect our communities. We create technology because it is who we are - intelligent, creative and driven. We lead with compassion and a belief in inclusion. We develop competitive products and find solutions to problems that impact our lives, our nation, our world. Together, through the Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology (ABI), we are inventing a better future. Working with men that believe in our mission, we are changing the world for women and technology.

Wing to Wing Women's Mentoring Project
A global volunteer movement that aims to inspire women to reach out to other women and, through the simple act of offering guidance and insight, help them achieve their personal and professional aspirations.

5 Questions an Anti-Racist Organization Should be Able to Answer

The Gazette
The Gazette is the newsletter of the APS Committee on the Status of Women in Physics (CSWP) and the Committee on Minorities (COM). This newsletter is produced by volunteer writers and editors and has a circulation of over 2,000 copies per issue. Items featured in the Gazette include updates on CSWP and COM activities and programs, book reviews, statistical reports, and articles on programs designed to increase the participation of women and minorities in science.

Hot Topic: Race, Ethnicity, and NIH Funding
Workforce diversity has been considered central to the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) objective of improving the nation's health through research, but a new report suggests that renewed efforts to increase diversity are needed. In the 19 August 2011 Science, Ginther et al. report that from 2000 to 2006, black grant applicants were significantly less likely to receive research funding than were white applicants. A News story by J. Kaiser discusses the findings and a related Policy Forum outlines steps NIH is taking to understand the causes of the disparity and initiate remedies.

THE GLOBAL SURVEY OF PHYSICISTS: A COLLABORATIVE EFFORT ILLUMINATES THE SITUATION OF WOMEN IN PHYSICS