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Coaching to Augment Mentoring to Achieve Faculty Diversity: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Purpose The Academy for Future Science Faculty (the Academy) is a novel coaching intervention for biomedical PhD students designed to address limitations in previous efforts to promote facultyExpand
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Career Coaches as a Source of Vicarious Learning for Racial and Ethnic Minority PhD Students in the Biomedical Sciences: A Qualitative Study
Introduction Many recent mentoring initiatives have sought to help improve the proportion of underrepresented racial and ethnic minorities (URMs) in academic positions across the biomedical sciences.Expand
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The Burden of Being “Model”: Racialized Experiences of Asian STEM College Students
This qualitative study used narrative methodology to investigate what becoming a scientist or engineer entails for Asian and Asian American college students stereotyped as “model minorities.” WeExpand
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Must‐See TV: South Asian Characterizations in American Popular Media
In the 21st century, representations of South Asians in American popular television have increased significantly. However, there has been very little critical analysis on the ways in which theseExpand
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The Academy for Future Science Faculty: randomized controlled trial of theory-driven coaching to shape development and diversity of early-career scientists
BackgroundApproaches to training biomedical scientists have created a talented research community. However, they have failed to create a professional workforce that includes many racial and ethnicExpand
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Providing Social Support for Underrepresented Racial and Ethnic Minority PhD Students in the Biomedical Sciences: A Career Coaching Model
This study explores whether academic career “coaching” is a potential source of social support for PhD students in the biomedical sciences. For many of the underrepresented racial and ethnic minorityExpand
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Racial Exclusion in the Online World
As the internet has become an integral part of everyday life, it is understood that patterns of racial stereotyping and discrimination found in the offline world are often reproduced online. In ourExpand
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Maintaining the Mechanisms of Colorblind Racism in the Twenty-First Century
The events of February 26, 2012 in Sanford, Florida will be remembered by man for years to come. That night, George Zimmerman, a 26-year-old half-Peruvian, phenotypically white man was onExpand
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Race and Ethnicity in Contemporary Vietnam
Vietnam is a nation-state located in Southeastern Asia, sharing borders with Cambodia and Laos to the west, China to the north, the Gulf of Tonkin to the east, and the South China Sea to the south.Expand
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Jason A. Smith and Bhoomi K. Thakore (Eds.), Race and Contention in Twenty-First Century U.S. Media, New York and London: Routledge, 2016, 240 pp., $49.94 (paperback), $140.00 (hardcover)
Whether planned or not, the publication of Race and Contention in Twenty-First Century U.S. Media is well timed both from an academic and a sociopolitical perspective. One of the editors, Bhoomi K.Expand