Diversity in the Scientific Community: Quantifying Diversity and Formulating Success Volume 1

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This book compiles diversity-related data and case stories into one book so that scholars and students interested in diversity can conveniently draw on the book for further research, self-study, class instructions, and reference. The book's goal is to: assess the current status of diversity in the scientific community; gather ideas on how to improve diversity in science; document personal stories and perspectives relating to diversity; and make the information available to the public and to a broad spectrum of scientists, including chemists and chemical engineers. A goal is to increase awareness of the importance of diversity, the immediate need for change, and the changes which are possible and most practical to achieve the desired results. In this volume, eight chapters are divided into two sections: Using Data to Quantify the Problem, Formulate Solutions and Measure Success; and Workplace Environment and Work Styles for Women.

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