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The Science of Diversifying Science

For over 30 years the U.S. has spent billions of public and private dollars to get more ethnic minorities into science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) majors and careers. Sadly, the result has been a perpetually small pool of competitively eligible STEM students from underrepresented groups. And it is this small pool we compete over

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How Not to Diversify the Campus Work Force, by Grant Ingle

It has become fashionable to explore the “best practices” among diversity initiatives in hopes that what works at one college can be transferred to others. But based on my experience over four decades with diversity programs, including participation in three national studies of best practices, it’s apparent to me that those practices rarely are evaluated

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