Though the United States is experiencing significant demographic shifts, faculty and student populations in academia do not reflect those shifts, and are not representative of population diversity. This article details interventions (and the processes and challenges related to those interventions) embarked upon by the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center UT Health Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) to increase the diversity of their student population in order to better reflect the general population. Read here to explore those interventions.
Institutional Interventions That Remove Barriers to Recruit and Retain Diverse Biomedical PhD Students
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