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Inclusion and Advancement of LGBTQ+ People in STEM Fields

The Inclusion and Advancement of LGBTQ+ People in STEM Fields symposium took place on May 30th. It was the first convening to bring together the White House Office on Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), federal funding agencies, and researchers examining …

Nobel Summit: Truth, Trust and Hope

Last month, the National Academy of Sciences, in partnership with the Nobel Foundation, held the second Nobel Prize Summit: Truth, Trust, and Hope. The three-day event featured behavioral scientists as well as a performance artist, magician, poet, and Nobel laureates …

Federal Agencies Advance Open Science Efforts

Back in August 2022, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) issued a memo, Ensuring Free, Immediate, and Equitable Access to Federally Funded Research. The memo called on federal agencies to develop policies to ensure that articles …

Fareshte Erani and Alex Silver: 2023 Doctoral Student Award Winners

Fareshte Erani

Q:  Introduce yourself! (School, graduation year, hometown, etc)

Hello! My name is  Fareshte  Erani – I’m originally from Anaheim, CA. I’m currently a 5th year Clinical PhD student at Drexel University and will be graduating in June 2024.…

Lily Reck: 2023 Undergraduate Student Award Winner 

Q: Congratulations Lily! Could you please introduce a little about yourself?

My name is Lily Reck, and I am graduating from George Washington University in Fall 2023 with a BS in Cognitive Neuroscience and minors in Psychological & Brain Sciences …

NASEM Hosts Antiracism in STEMM Workshop

“We are in a critical moment of accelerated change,” remarked Dan Weiss, Director of the Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences, as he welcomed in-person and virtual attendees in a dissemination workshop for The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, …

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