Surviving as an underrepresented minority scientist in a majority environment.
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I believe the evidence will show that the science we conduct and discoveries we make are influenced by our cultural experience, whether they be positive, negative, or neutral. I grew up as a person of color in the United States of America, faced with challenges that many had as members of an underrepresented minority group. I write here about some of the lessons I have learned that have allowed me to survive as an underrepresented minority -scientist in a majority environment.
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Jarvis, Erich D (2015). Surviving as an underrepresented minority scientist in a majority environment. Mol Biol Cell, 26(21). pp. 3692–3696. 10.1091/mbc.E15-06-0451 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/11114.
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