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Let's Work Together

A STEM Equity
Brain Trust

The ARC Network strives to advance STEM equity in academia by convening diverse audiences to collaborate, share, and implement the best practices and tools shown to effect change.
About the Community

Intersectional

Addressing systems of marginalization and privilege.

Intentional

Cultivating self-awareness and action.

Inclusive

Creating authentic, sustainable, and equitable environments.
Community

Ways to Engage

Bridging the gap between research and practice by enabling a peer-to-peer exchange of adaptable knowledge, skills, and practices to advance learning and effect systemic change in academic STEM environments.

Webinars

As the go-to hub for community collaboration, the ARC Network platform offers events hosted by the community and provides online learning opportunities, such as webinars and virtual workshops.

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Mendeley Resource Library

A rich library of curated resources to aid the community in their STEM equity efforts. Reports, white papers, briefings, unpublished manuscripts, toolkits, datasets, training videos,  and many other resources .

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Community Convening

The ARC Network’s Equity in STEM Community Convening serves as a meeting space for researchers, practitioners, and change agents dedicated to creating equitable STEM workplaces.

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Programs

Programs for Change

Our Virtual Visiting Scholars and Emerging Research Workshop programs synthesize existing research, produce new research agendas, and provide evidence-based recommendations for policy and practice.
Collage of profile images of Virtual Visiting Scholars from cohort 3.

Virtual Visiting Scholars (VVS)

A unique opportunity for select scholars across disciplines to pursue research meta-analysis, synthesis, and big data curation on topics crucial to STEM equity.

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A group of individuals having a conversation at the Emerging Research Workshop.

Emerging Research Workshops

The Workshops engage leading investigators in a two-day workshops on innovative and emerging research on faculty equity in STEM.

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December 2, 2021
3:00 PM ET

LGBT+ Faculty and Students in STEM: Policies to Support Success and Inclusion

Join us as we welcome Dr. Ramón Barthelemy to present his work synthesizing research on experiences and perspectives of gender and sexual minority persons in STEM. Scroll down to learn more about our speaker or visit equityinstem.org/barthelemy.

Ramón Barthelemy, PhD
Ramón Barthelemy, PhD
Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City
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December 16, 2021
3:00 PM ET

Analysis of Funding Trends Addressing Girls/Women of Color and STEM: An Intersectional Approach

Join us as we welcome Dr. Kimberly Scott to present her work applying intersectionality as a an analytical strategy to determine how funding agencies reinforce or challenge majoritarian narratives of girls/women of color in STEM.

Dr. Kimberly Scott
Dr. Kimberly Scott
Professor of Women and Gender Studies in the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University
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