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Illustration of a sea slug (an undersea creature that looks a bit like a worm with horns). Slug is purple with yellow spots (not life-like representation). The slug's slime trail is rainbow-colored. The text reads: Sea Slugs are all simultaneous hermaphrodites.

Resource of the Week: #SciComm & #PrideMonth

It is Pride Month! Here are a few resources on representation, inclusion, and intersectionality with science. Stay tuned for more in our Resource of the Week series*, as the month progresses. As always, we’d love to hear your recommendations on additional resources to share in the series. LGBTQ+ STEM DAY “LGBTQ+ people in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) continue…

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#MySciComm: Kirsten Schwarz on Community-Based Research as SciComm

This week, Kirsten Schwarz (the C&E Section incoming Chairperson) responds to the #MySciComm questions! Kirsten Schwarz is an urban ecologist studying environmental amenities and hazards in cities. Community engagement, social justice, and equity are central themes of her research. She has addressed community-level food insecurity and soil contamination in underserved neighborhoods of Sacramento, CA and the environmental drivers of soil lead…

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Screenshot of a cartoon on the website homepage: man in lab coat, holding clipboard with checklist, looks up with surprised expression at a "which way to go" road marker with thirteen different career option signs pointing in different directions. Options range from research and biotech to sales writing and startup.

Resource of the Week: Science careers and individual development plans

  According to their website, “myIDP provides: Exercises to help you examine your skills, interests, and values A list of 20 scientific career paths with a prediction of which ones best fit your skills and interests A tool for setting strategic goals for the coming year, with optional reminders to keep you on track Articles and resources to guide you…

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Travel Support for #ESA2019

Travel Support for #ESA2019 The information in this section is directly quoted from information provided by the 2019 Program Chair and Program Coordinator. We are posting it here to archive it. Deadlines may or may not have passed – contact funding sources directly. ESA Annual Meeting Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship Workshop organizers are invited to nominate speakers who bring diverse…

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