National Diversity Equity Workshops in Chemical Sciences (2011-2017)

Rigoberto Hernandez (Redaktør) ; Dontarie Stallings (Redaktør) ; Srikant K. Iyer (Redaktør)

If diversity is the inclusion of the other and equity is equal opportunity, then diversity equity is equal opportunity for the inclusion of the other. In order to support and advance competitiveness -that is, inclusive excellence- many in the chemistry community have been working to advance diversity equity through deliberate engagement with chemistry department chairs and heads since 2006. Les mer
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If diversity is the inclusion of the other and equity is equal opportunity, then diversity equity is equal opportunity for the inclusion of the other. In order to support and advance competitiveness -that is, inclusive excellence- many in the chemistry community have been working to advance diversity equity through deliberate engagement with chemistry department chairs and heads since 2006. This book provides a recap of the last four biennial National Diversity
Equity Workshops (NDEWs). The Open Chemistry Collaborative in Diversity Equity (OXIDE) hosted and facilitated these workshops in 2011, 2013, 2015, and 2017. OXIDE convened leading social and behavioral scientists, diversity experts, and chemistry leaders to contextualize the challenges for achieving
diversity equity, and to develop strategies to advance diversity and inclusion across all underrepresented groups in chemistry -e.g., for women, under-represented minorities, gender identity and orientation, and disability status.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface
1. National Diversity Equity Workshops: Advancing Diversity in Academia
2. National Diversity Equity Workshop 2011: Lowering Barriers for all Underrepresented Chemistry Professors
3. National Diversity Equity Workshop 2013: Focus on Gender Identity and Orientation in Chemistry Faculties
4. National Diversity Equity Workshop 2015: Intersectionality in Chemistry Faculties
5. National Diversity Equity Workshop 2017: Focus on Underrepresented Minorities in Chemistry Faculties
6. Solo Status: How Lack of Diversity Affects Members of Underrepresented Groups
7. Beyond Diversity: Civility in the Workplace
8. Getting to Lake Wobegon
9. Leveraging Institutional Diversity Goals To Diversify the Faculty
Editors' Biographies
Indexes

Om forfatteren

Dr. Rigoberto Hernandez is the Gompf Family Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the Johns Hopkins University as of July 2016, and remains as the Director of the Open Chemistry Collaborative in Diversity Equity (OXIDE) since 2011. Before Hopkins, he was a Professor in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Georgia Tech, and Co-Director of the Center for Computational Molecular Science and Technology he co-founded. He holds a B.S.E. in Chemical Engineering
and Mathematics from Princeton University (1989), and a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley (1993).

Dr. Stallings is the Research & Program Manager for the Open Chemistry Collaborative in Diversity Equity (OXIDE) and has served in that role since 2015. Before joining OXIDE, he served as an Assistant Professor of chemistry at Georgia Southern University (2006-2012) and as and Assistant Professor/Chemistry Program Coordinator at Atlanta Metropolitan State College (2013-2015). He holds a B.S. in Chemistry

degree from Georgia Southern University (2002) and a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Alabama (2006). Manager of the Open Chemistry Collaborative in Diversity Equity (OXIDE) since 2015. Before joining OXIDE, he was a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Georgia Tech. He holds a B.S. in Chemistry from Delhi University (2003)/Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (2005), a M.S. at University of North Carolina, Charlotte (2007) and a Ph.D. in Chemistry and
Chemical Biology and Materials Science from the Cornell University (2014).