NFL’s First Deaf Offensive Player Is Super Bowl–Bound

Derrick Coleman is Super Bowl–bound, where he’ll play fullback for the Seattle Seahawks at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.  Oh, yeah, and he’s deaf.

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Prepared to Be a Professor, Not a Pioneer

Several publications and recent reports have highlighted the plight of Women of Color (WOC) in the academy, particularly WOC within science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) fields.

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NIH Responds to Racial Disparity in Minority Grant Numbers

The National Institutes of Health shocked itself in 2011 with a study that found a wide race-based variance in its grant awards. One immediate question was whether the disparity—black scientists were found to be getting less than 1 percent of the main categories of NIH grants—was due primarily to bias in the NIH’s grant-review system or to the quality and quantity of grant applications from black researchers.

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Disclosing Disability: What You Need to Know

(A previously recorded webinar) Learn from experts on disability and employment about how and when to disclose your disability during the recruitment and employment process. Find out what employer responsibilities are to accommodate your needs in the workplace. Discover how you can put employers and colleagues at ease to diminish any concerns about your disability and how it relates to your productivity and performance in the workplace.

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