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Supporting Broadening Participation During COVID-19 Disruption

During this ever-evolving situation, we know there are many challenges facing institutions/organizations and everyone at this time with closures, slow-downs, and interventions coming to a halt. The Coordination Hub wanted to use this community as a space to share some tips and strategies that...

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Commitment to Culturally Responsive Evaluation: Principles and Practices

Contributed by: Katrina Bledsoe and Gabriela Garcia Keeping cultural responsiveness at the forefront of our work is a key component to broadening participation in STEM fields. With that in mind, we wanted to reflect, and continue to build upon the knowledge and resources shared by Network...

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Network Spotlight: Timberley Roane, Building a Network for Education and Employment in Environmental Stewardship of Indigenous Lands

In the webinar, Strengthening Capacity to Implement Culturally Responsive Practices , members of the NSF INCLUDES National Network explored the intersectionality of social, economic, and environmental dynamics, and discussed culturally responsive practices effective for broadening...

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NSF INCLUDES Funds Re-Entry of Women and Women Veterans into the STEM Workforce

Broadening participation in the STEM workforce means taking into account non-traditional academic and career pathways. It can also mean welcoming back people who seek to return to or advance STEM career pursuits they had left behind to join the military, raise families, or for other reasons. To...

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Network Spotlight: Sarah Riley, First2 Network

In the recent webinar, Strengthening Capacity to Implement Culturally Responsive Practices , members of the NSF INCLUDES National Network explored issues related to the intersectionality of social, economic, and environmental dynamics, and culturally responsive practices effective for...

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From Me to We: Q&A with Dr. Ala R. Qubbaj, Dr. Marie T. Mora, and Dr. Marci R. McMahon

Q&A with Dr. Ala R. Qubbaj, Dr. Marie T. Mora, and Dr. Marci R. McMahon From Me to We: Building the NSF INCLUDES National Network Welcome to the blog series From Me to We: Building the NSF INCLUDES National Network ! In this series, we feature the work of different members...

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Network Spotlight: Leadership and iSTEAM for Females in Elementary School (LiFE) project

The NSF INCLUDES Coordination Hub aims to promote the success of INCLUDES Network members and elevate expertise. As part of this aim, we are featuring the important work of those in the INCLUDES Network through project spotlights. This post highlights the Leadership and iSTEAM for Females in...


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From Me to We: Q&A with Jhenai W. Chandler

Q&A with Jhenai W. Chandler From Me to We: Building the NSF INCLUDES National Network Welcome to the blog series From Me to We: Building the NSF INCLUDES National Network ! Over the next several weeks, we will feature the work of different members of the NSF INCLUDES National...

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From Me to We: Building the NSF INCLUDES National Network

Authored by Kea Anderson and Jenna Rush, NSF INCLUDES Coordination Hub As a member of the NSF INCLUDES National Network, you are doing amazing work. How can the Network help you reap the benefits of doing that work together? In other words, how can the Network’s individual Power Rangers...


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NSF INCLUDES National Network Convening Materials

The NSF INCLUDES Coordination Hub hosted the first NSF INCLUDES National Network Convening in Alexandria, Virginia on May 29 and May 30. The two days were packed with inspiring keynotes, informative concurrent sessions and several opportunities to network, participate and learn from one another...