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    September 17, 2004

    Aspirations of a Singing Doctor

    Apart from being a reggae musician and a role model to young minorities, science fulfills his dream of making people's lives better.

    February 04, 2005

    Creating Engineering Programs in Tribal Colleges

    Eleven tribal colleges have banded together to join the National Science Foundation-sponsored All Nations Alliance for Minority Participation (ANAMP) in order to help Native Americans train for careers in engineering.

    June 17, 2005

    NAMSS: Recruiting Minorities for STEM Careers

    NAMSS, established at OSU in 1990 mainly for Native Americans, now provides an effective educational support system for African-American, Hispanic, and Asian-American students interested in STEM careers.

    May 27, 2005

    Narrowing the Diversity Gap in Marine Science

    Every year the program scours the nation for eight talented students of color, who have at least a junior standing in college and who are pondering marine science careers.

    May 13, 2005

    Concha Gómez: A Math Guru for Women and Minorities

    Students are on a journey to discover who they are and what they can become.

    September 02, 2005

    Juggling Life and Graduate School

    This fall, Running Wolf, a member of the Northern Cheyenne tribe, enters the second and final year of his master's program. He gives his department, family, and friends most of the credit for getting him through.

    December 10, 2004

    Believing Is Achieving

    Herrington, a member of the Chickasaw Nation, wants to devote much of his time helping young Native Americans realize and pursue their dreams.

    February 18, 2005

    Houston Colleges Boost Minority Participation in STEM Fields

    H-LSAMP--which is open to everyone regardless of race--aims to increase the number of minority applicants for research and education careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

    January 21, 2005

    Investing in the Future of Science

    "The long-term goal is to prepare [underrepresented minorities] to become those critical staff scientists that we need for the future workforce, hopefully here [at ORNL]." –Debbie McCoy, RAMS Program Administrator.

    July 22, 2005

    Naira Rezende: A Principal Investigator in Training

    As Rezende embarks on a new chapter in her life--graduate school-- she looks forward to making more contributions to science.

    September 30, 2005

    Summer Breakthroughs in Science: An Educational Journey

    Babar's research experience helped him realize that he wanted a career doing cell and molecular biology research and motivated him to apply to some of the nation's top graduate schools.

    January 07, 2005

    Overcoming Odds

    Her past experiences helped her realize the importance of being a scientist and a mentor, and she currently uses her expertise to help manage natural resources and to bring women and minorities, especially Native Americans, into science.

    March 17, 2006

    RISE: Training Minorities in Environmental Science

    "RISE wants all students, especially the ones who think they can't do it or aren't sure [about a career in science]." --Robyn Hannigan

    August 13, 2004

    Focusing on the Community

    As one of the first American Indians who obtained a Ph.D. in science, Linton has accomplished much that is worthy of praise.

    March 25, 2005

    Creating a Positive Graduate Experience (No Matter What)

    Thanks to the support she received and her active approach to meeting her needs, Powell obtained her Ph.D. in genetics in 2001.

    October 21, 2005

    A Fair Chance at Success

    The Initiative for Diversity in Education and Leadership (IDEAL) Program provides financial, academic, and emotional support for Bay-area African American, Native American, and Hispanic students during 4 years of undergraduate education at UC Berkeley.

    September 16, 2005

    Changing the Culture of Math

    Since 1998, EDGE has been helping women, especially women from underrepresented groups--African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans, and Pacific Islanders--make the transition into graduate programs in mathematics.

    January 16, 2004

    A Love for Numbers

    Gerardo Chowell-Puente uses mathematical and computational models to identify and study the mechanisms involved in transmitting disease.

    October 01, 2004

    Science: A Spiritual Journey of Discovery

    Jerry Elliott realized that being Native American made him well-equipped to be a scientist.

    October 15, 2004

    Motivating Young Minds

    For nearly 30 years, the fourth-grade teacher has incorporated Native American beliefs, scientific research, music, and other educational tools into her classroom, especially in teaching science.