Building Inclusion in the
Sciences Through Research
Converge gathers, expands, disseminates and utilizes knowledge related to human resource development and human capital in the biomedical, behavioral science and high demand science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. Of particular interest are groups that are traditionally underrepresented in these fields.
Converge generates knowledge through:
- Conducting rigorous, theory-based scientific research
- Linking policy and practice with scientific evidence
- Instituting and convening transdisciplinary stakeholder groups
Knowledge is created by Converge to advance social equity, inclusive excellence and economic competitiveness.
Converge is funded (in part) by the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation.
Organizational and Individual Factors that Promote and Support the Careers of Women of Color in Academic Medicine: An Interdisciplinary, Multi-Institutional Research Study
| This study is funded by the National Institutes of Health. This study seeks to clarify the characteristics and interrelationships of institutional, individual and sociocultural factors that influence the entry, progression, persistence and advancement of women of color (African American, Hispanic, American Indian/Alaskan Native, and Asian American) faculty in academic medicine More...
Education, Workforce Reform on the Horizon in 2010 - January 12, 2011
7th Annual AAMC Physician Workforce Research Conference
Rising above the Gathering Storm, Revisted: Rapidly Approaching Category 5 More...