Recent Submissions

  • Slave Rebellions w/ Dr. Marjoleine Kars, Dr. Vincent Brown, and Dr. Sharika Crawford 

    Anson, Ian; Kars, Marjoleine; Brown, Vincent; Crawford, Sharika; Rivas, Jefferson; Possidente, Sophia (UMBC Center for Social Science Research, 2022-03-07)
  • The Time Is Now: Strategies to Address Racism, Equity, and the Retention of Black Faculty 

    Griffin, Kimberly; Newsome, Antoinette (2021-06-30)
    After decades of “pipeline” programs that focus on preparing Black faculty to navigate racist and inequitable environments, institutions must take responsibility for developing programs, policies, and structures to make ...
  • Investigating Gender and Racial/Ethnic Differences in Graduate School Enrollment Rates among McNair Scholars 

    Breen, Stephanie M.; Newsome, Antoinette (The Pell Instittute, 2022)
    The McNair Scholars Program aims to increase graduate school enrollment for low-income, first-generation, and underrepresented minority students with the goal of Ph.D. attainment. This study explores graduate school ...
  • From Exclusion to Opportunity 

    PALACIOS, VINCENT; TATUM, LAURA; COOPER, NATALIA; ANEJA, SIDDHARTHA (Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality, 2022-08-24)
    A four-year postsecondary degree offers opportunities for a higher income and upward economic mobility. However, postsecondary education—historically inaccessible to people of color and women—also plays a key role in ...
  • Catherine Clarke Fenselau 

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    Catherine Clarke Fenselau (born 15 April 1939) is an American scientist who was the first trained mass spectrometrist on the faculty of an American medical school; she joined Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 1968. She ...
  • Online Learning and Student Satisfaction During COVID-19 

    Huang, Ting (2021)
    The COVID-19 outbreak in the spring of 2020 interrupted the life of every person on this globe. For students taking in-person courses, it meant that traditional learning came to a halt and was replaced with involuntary ...
  • Keeping Black students in STEM 

    Suran, Melissa (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2021-06-08)
  • Activity Dependent Modulation of Granule Cell Survival in the Accessory Olfactory Bulb at Puberty 

    Oboti, Livio; Trova, Sara; Schellino, Roberta; Marraudino, Marilena; Harris, Natalie R.; Abiona, Olubukola M.; Stampar, Mojca; Lin, Weihong; Peretto, Paolo (Frontiers Media, 2020-05-23)
    The vomeronasal system (VNS) is specialized in the detection of salient chemical cues triggering social and neuroendocrine responses. Such responses are not always stereotyped, instead, they vary depending on age, sex, and ...
  • Design of materials for IR detectors using high Z elements for high energy radiation environment 

    Saraf, Sonali; Cooper, Christopher; Su, Ching Hua; Choa, Fow-Sen; Arnold, Bradley; Cullum, Brian; Sachs, David; DiPaula, Philip; Singh, N. B. (SPIE, 2019-05-13)
    There is a strong need for rad hard and high operating temperature IR detectors for space environment. Heavy metal Selenides (high Z and large density) have been investigated for more than half century for high operating ...
  • 4 pillars of college success in science 

    Hrabowski, Freeman (TED Conferences, LLC, 2013-02)
    At age 12, Freeman Hrabowski marched with Martin Luther King. Now he's president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), where he works to create an environment that helps under-represented students -- ...
  • Replicating Meyerhoff for inclusive excellence in STEM 

    Sto. Domingo, Mariano R.; Sharp, Starlette; Freeman, Amy; Freeman Jr., Thomas; Freeman, Thomas, Jr.; Harmon, Keith; Wiggs, Mitsue; Sathy, Viji; Panter, Abigail T.; Oseguera, Leticia; Sun, Shuyan; Williams, Mary Elizabeth; Templeton, Joseph; Folt, Carol L.; Barron, Eric J.; Hrabowski III, Freeman A.; Maton, Kenneth I.; Crimmins, Michael; Fisher, Charles R.; Summers, Michael F. (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2019-04-26)