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.”
Read the full article here.