The goal of 500 Women Scientists is to increase the visibility of women in the public sphere. Connect with expert women through the "Request a Woman Scientist" platform. It also includes tools for effective science communication and mentorship resources.
Collected by Susana Wadgymar (Davidson College), this is a fantastic collection of information on value of diversity and inclusion in science. It also includes funding and mentorship opportunities for undergrads and grad students from underrepresented groups.
Created by Gina Baucom & Meghan Duffy (University of Michigan), this website identifies ecologists and evolutionary biologists who are women and/or from groups underrepresented in science. The goal is to diversify seminar series, award nominees, etc.
Founded by Megan Greischar, Nicole Mideo, Chelsea Rochman, & Tess Grainger (University of Toronto), BREWS is a series of data-driven discussions on equity in science. The website includes recent topics and links to resources on diversity issues in science and beyond.
A campaign to increase the visibility of LGBTQ+ people in STEM fields, ensure that the next STEM generation has LGBTQ+ role models, and create opportunities for community connections. Contains biographies of lots of awesome LGBTQ+ scientists.
Free and low cost resources for grad students, postdocs, and early-career researchers
A list of free or low-cost academic resources, ranging from note-taking software to collaborative workspaces to citation / reference managers. A crowdsourced list compiled by Jaclyn A. Siegel (@jacasiegel).
Resources from the University of California - San Francisco to guide conversations about race and inequities in science and within labs and research teams. They created one set of resources for students and postdocs, and another for faculty.
Created by the Native Governance Center is a Native American-led nonprofit organization located in St. Paul, Minnesota. Explains why indigenous land acknowledgements are important, and how to approach creating one.
Stories about plants have shaped our lives. Brought to you by Smith Conservation Fellows Becky Barak, Becky Tonietto, Bonnie McGill, Caitlin McDonough MacKenzie, Mallika Nocco, Molly Bletz, Sara Kuebbing, and Talia Young.