In peer-reviewed piece, 24 researchers argue it’s time for new policies that promote strong mentorship, diversity, and equity amongst scientific workforce.
If mismanagement of a pandemic, widespread corruption, impeachment, the end of government oversight and accountability, racism, the caging of immigrant children, abuse of the powers of the state, and continued voter suppression are not enough to decide your vote this election season, here are seven public health issues that might guide your thinking. The four […]
BU Diversity & Inclusion, Initiative on Cities, and WBUR CitySpace hosted a virtual discussion series featuring transformative Black leaders from across Greater Boston. The series provided a forum to examine our city’s progress toward inclusive access, equity and opportunity. Black Boston: Building Healthy Communities 7/30/20 Black Boston: Telling Our Stories 8/27/20 Black Boston: Changing the […]
The disparities amplified by the COVID-19 pandemic present disturbing evidence that we are far from cardiovascular health-care equity. Individuals, leaders and institutions must prioritize research, policies and structures to advance diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging — Diversity 4.0, a justice imperative, essential to advancing workforce excellence and cardiovascular health.
Some low-income students have dropped out, and there are growing concerns about hunger and homelessness.
The pandemic is a new setback for women in academia who already faced obstacles on the path to advancing their research and careers.
Ghosted by their employers, members of the profession are facing “a full-blown humanitarian crisis — a Depression-level situation.”
Huntington Park business gets creative, builds space-saving desks for students doing distance learning in tight quarters
Hood Renovationz aims to build innovative, space-saving desks since many families are struggling to give students adequate space for at-home schooling.
New GRS associate dean for graduate education reflects on its future amid the COVID-19 pandemic and America’s racial reckoning.
Masks, enforced social distance and other public health measures intended to slow the spread of the Coronavirus pose unique challenges to the 37 million American adults with impaired hearing.