Publications and Websites for Female and Minority Scientists
Below are links to sites that may be helpful in locating qualified candidates who are underrepresented in academic health care. These are active as of January 2021. Additional resources and websites will be added periodically. If you have a resource you’d like to add, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Professorial Advancement Initiative Post Docs–
The Big Ten Academic Alliance Directory is a listing of PAI participants. The Directory is designed to increase the visibility of postdoctoral scholars who bring diverse perspectives and experiences to higher education. The searchable, online database is a publicly accessible recruitment tool for any faculty search committee. Please submit an online request. For questions, please contact Chasity Farber at email@example.com or 217-333-6314.
ADVANCE – for the advancement of women in science and engineering careers
The goal of the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) ADVANCE program is to increase the representation and advancement of women in academic science and engineering careers, thereby contributing to the development of a more diverse science and engineering workforce. ADVANCE encourages institutions of higher education and the broader science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) community, including professional societies and other STEM-related not-for-profit organizations, to address various aspects of STEM academic culture and institutional structure that may differentially affect women faculty and academic administrators. As such, ADVANCE is an integral part of the NSF’s multifaceted strategy to broaden participation in the STEM workforce, and supports the critical role of the Foundation in advancing the status of women in academic science and engineering.
The Neuroscience of Implicit Bias by the American Bar Association Section of Litigation
The Impact of Implicit Bias by Ohio University
Unconscious Bias and Ingrained Beliefs by Julia Sperling, a neuroscientist, and McKinsey Partner
Measures on implicit associations we all hold for race, gender, sexual orientation, self-esteem, trust, and other topics.