Inclusive Excellence Literature

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Below you will find links to a variety of literature to further your understanding of diversity, equity and inclusion in STEM.

Making a Case for Diversity in STEM Fields – Daryl E. Chubin | Inside Higher Ed

Diversity in STEM: What It Is and Why It Matters – Kenneth Gibbs, Jr. | Scientific American

Diversity Makes Better Science – Douglas L. Medin & Carol D. Lee | Association for Psychological Science

The Difference: How the Power of Diversity Creates Better Groups, Firms, Schools and Societies (book available for purchase online) – Scott Page | Princeton University Press

Addressing STEM Culture and Climate to Increase Diversity in STEM Disciplines – Kimberly A. Griffin | Higher Education Today

Using Role Models to Increase Diversity in STEM – Carrie Hutton | ERIC Institute of Education Sciences

Solving the Diversity Dilemma : Reports on the Condition of STEM Learning in the U.S. (E-book) – Change the Equation | ERIC Institute of Education Sciences

Achieving the promise of a diverse STEM workforce : hearing before the Committee on Science, Space, ... (E-book) – Government Documents Online Collection

Medicinal Chemistry: Where Are All the Women? – Donna M. Huryn, Maria L. Bolognesi & Wendy B. Young | ACS Medicinal Chemistry Letters

Gender Diversity in Process Chemistry – Rebecca T. Ruck & Margaret M. Faul | Organic Process Research & Development

Celebrating Women in Organic Chemistry – Melanie S. Sanford, Pauline Chiu, Marisa C. Kozlowski & Angela L. A. Puchlopek-Dermenci | Journal of the American Chemical Society

Improving Department Climate: Tools and Resources for Departments and Department ChairsColumbia University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Hacking DiversityCloverpop, The Enterprise Decision-Making Platform

The power of diversity – Kendall Powell | Nature

The preeminence of ethnic diversity is scientific collaboration – Bedoor K. AlShelbi, Talal Rahwan & Wei L. Woon | Nature Communications

Delivering through diversity – Vivian Hunt, Lareina Yee, Sara Prince & Sundiatu Dixon-Fyle | McKinsey & Company 

The Diversity–Innovation ParadoxBas Hofstra, Vivek V. Kulkarni, Sebastian Munoz-Najar Galvez, Bryan He, Dan Jurafsky, & Daniel A. McFarland | PNAS

Women from some under-represented minorities are given too few talks at world’s largest Earth-science conference – Heather L. Ford, Cameron Brick, Margarita Azmitia, Karine Blaufuss & Petra Dekens | Nature

Is publishing in the chemical sciences gender biased?Royal Society of Chemistry

Historical comparison of gender inequality in scientific careers across countries and disciplines – Junming Huang, Alexander J. Gates, Roberta Sinatra, & Albert-László Barabási | PNAS

Making Invisible Work in STEM visible – Linda Wang | Chemical & Engineering News

How teams can address unconscious bias – re:Work

Learn about Google’s unbiasing journeyre:Work

Unconscious Bias Workshopre:Work

How Diversity Makes Us Smarter – Katherine W. Phillips | Scientific American

Why diversity matters – Vivian Hunt, Dennis Layton & Sara Prince | McKinsey & Company

Racism in science: the taint that lingers – Robin Nelson | Nature

Confronting Racism in Chemistry Journals ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces

Equity and Inclusion in the Chemical Sciences Requires Actions not Just Words – Melanie Sanford | ACS Central Science

A framework for action in scientific publishing: Improving inclusion and diversity in the chemical sciencesRoyal Society of Chemistry

Bait and Switch: Representation, Climate, and Tensions of Diversity Work in Graduate Education – Kelly E. Slay, Kimberly A. Reyes & Julie R. Posselt | Johns Hopkins University Press 

What Comes Next? Simple Practices to Improve Diversity in Science – editorial | ACS Central Science