Below, view short videos on how teams of scientists funded by IDS are using STEM to advance equity and improve access and opportunity for diverse populations. Student training and career development are a key part of these research teams and the focus of our Summer Leadership Academy. You can also learn more about the Institute of Diversity Sciences programs in our E-Newsletter, which comes out twice a year:
- IDS Enews Spring 2023
- IDS Enews Fall 2022
- IDS ENews Spring 2022
- IDS ENews Fall 2021
- IDS ENews Spring 2021
- IDS ENews Fall 2020
- IDS ENews Spring 2020
- IDS ENews Fall 2019
Teen drivers, ADHD, and technology
Do new automation technologies in cars put teen drivers and those with ADHD at a higher risk of accidents? Watch our brief video to learn about this IDS-funded project. Read more about Teen drivers, ADHD and Technology
Reforming Math Education to Improve Success for Diverse Students
Can teaching statistics visually help improve STEM learning for students -- especially those with learning disabilities? Read more about reforming math education for diverse students.
Highlighting student researchers
IDS funds the training of future scientists, engineers, and technologists from under-represented backgrounds. Students gain hands-on research experience from a multi-disciplinary team of faculty. Together, these students and faculty STEM researchers are working to better understand and advance equity. Also, read our spotlight on a student researcher.
Leadership Academy for Students in Tech & Engineering
Our network of Massachusetts researchers, educators, business leaders and students (known as the “REBLS network”) created the IDS Leadership Academy in 2020. In summer 2021, we kicked off its second year and expanded its year-long mentorship program. Read more here.