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Press from our latest publication from Project CURE! Minority Students and the Culture of Research:

“What is clear from these findings is that the lab setting in which students work is a powerful microculture shaping [underrepresented minority] students’ interest in science,” they said. “The more that an [underrepresented minority] student’s lab mates believed that science has prosocial value, the more that student was interested in that lab’s research and in a science career.”

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July 22nd, 2017

Publication

Association for Psychological Science

Press from our latest publication from Project CURE! Minority Students and the Culture of Research: “What is clear from these […]

June 23rd, 2017

Publication

Psychological Science

Research microcultures as socialization contexts for underrepresented science students Thoman, D.B., Muragishi, G.A., & Smith, J.L.   Abstract How much […]

April 20th, 2017

Publication

Washington Post

Our work appeared in the Washington Post! Here is a piece of the article:   …Within science, technology, engineering and […]

April 4th, 2017

Poster

WPA 2017 Annual Convention | April 28

Authors: Adam Dilla, Zena Donovan, Dylan Neider, & Dustin Thoman Time & Location: Western Psychological Association 97th Annual Convention | Sacramento, […]

April 4th, 2017

Roundtable

AERA 2017 Annual Meeting | April 28, 2:15pm

Perceived Faculty Support in Freshman Year Boosts First-Generation College Students’ Belonging and Persistence in Science Authors: Garam Lee, Gregg Muragish, […]

April 4th, 2017

Roundtable

AERA 2017 Annual Meeting | April 27, 12:00pm

Talking About Science Interest: Appraisals of Positive Responsiveness Impact Women’s Science Interest Development Authors: Christina Curti, Jeanette Zambrano, Garam Lee, […]

March 25th, 2017

Workshop

PKAL 2017 | March 25, 11:00AM

Broadening participation through academic interventions on your campus Presenters: Matthew Jackson, Dustin Thoman, Christina Curti, Garam Lee, and Jeanette Zambrano […]

March 25th, 2017

Plenary Talk

PKAL 2017 | March 25, 10:00AM

Culture + STEM = Opportunities to promote equity and broaden participation Presenter: Dustin Thoman Time & Location: 2017 Southern California […]

March 21st, 2017

Ramon Flores has been awarded the Eugene V. Cota-Robles Fellowship

Ramon Flores, our alumnus who is recently accepted into the Ph.D. program in Human Development and Psychology in the Department […]

March 17th, 2017

Sophie Jané has been awarded a 2017 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Sophie Jané, our alumna who is currently a doctoral student in the Organizational Behavior Ph.D. program in the Weatherhead School […]