UW-Madison has launched a new online resource for students, faculty and staff in STEM fields.
The STEM Diversity Network was created by associate professor of genetics Ahna Skop and UW-Madison interns Olushola Kemi Olukoga of Cottage Grove, Minn., and Kaitlin Morse of Mount Horeb.
“The goal is to create a campus community around STEM and compile campus resources available to underrepresented students, faculty and staff in a one-stop shop place,” Skop said.
The network was created to promote “recruitment, retention and success” of university members in STEM. It features a list of mentors who can provide professional development assistance to students, but also to faculty and advisors looking to help others connect.
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