The ASBMB's diversity, equity and inclusion programs are supported by the Minority Affairs Committee and the Women in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Committee.
Teachers often don’t know how to make science relevant, and many students of color fail to develop a science identity.
Imagine a digital game set in a lab that creates a research experience accessible to all and populated by all.
The COVID-19 pandemic and protests against racial injustice highlight an existing leadership vacuum stemming from factors such as rapidly advancing technology, reductions in state and federal appropriations, and escalating enrollment challenges.
“I didn’t expect to start seeing the intersections of fatphobia with environmental racism or police violence... But once you start seeing the redundant harms larger people are exposed to, it’s hard to stop.”
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