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2018 MHDI CONFERENCE CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The University of Nebraska’s Minority Health Disparities Initiative invites emerging scholars, community leaders and researchers from all disciplines to submit an abstract for oral or poster presentation for the Annual Minority Health Disparities Conference on February 9th, 2018 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Methodology & Evaluation Research Core Facility:Trip Across Nebraska with Project Manager Cole Boyle
Cole Boyle is a Project Manager with the Methodology and Research Core Facility. This year he took some trips with student workers from the Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium. This gave our student workers an opportunity to learn more about the grants that are being worked on, see what it is like to sit in on interviews, and what travelling for work looks like!
Battle of the sexes in science hurts girls — and boys, too
Researcher at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln found the stereotype that boys do better in sciences doesn’t just hurt the interest to go into the scientific fields among young female students, but male students, as well.
Sociologist Patricia Wonch Hill conducted her study with 529 middle school aged students as part of the university’s project to investigate why there are fewer women pursuing science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers.
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A trio of forums on Sept. 25 will provide an overview of findings in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s universitywide diversity and inclusion study. Monday, September 25, 2017
Rona Halualani will guide three forums Sept. 25 in the Nebraska Union Auditorium. The hour-long sessions are open to the university community. The final 15 minutes of each forum will allow for questions and answers. The Sept. 25 forums are 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m.
This study is part of the university's continuous efforts to enhance diversity and inclusion on campus. Administrators and the Chancellor's Diversity Council are currently leading the diversity and inclusion initiative.