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Colleges and universities have made strides in diverisfying their student bodies, however, they have not achieved similiar success with efforts to diversity their staffs. In this book, JoAnn Moody illustrates the the barriers that minorities and women encounter as they enter the professoriate. The author offers several practical solutions for campuses, departments, and individual faculty to follow, which may improve their evaluation, recruitment, retention, and mentorship of women and minorities. Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship The Mellon Minority Undergraduate Fellowship (MMUF as of July 2003, renamed the Mellon Mays ...
Growing up in Sacramento, Renee Navarro never saw a black physician and medical role models were scarce. When she became the first doctor in her family, she didn’t know what path to follow until a mentor suggested academia. “He was very supportive,” said Navarro, who studied pharmacy at the University of the Pacific and medicine at UC San Francisco. “I had never even thought of it.” Today, Navarro is a role model, the only African-American professor in UCSF’s anesthesia department. She sees hopeful signs around her that times are changing — UCSF has ... Read More
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