Creating Meaningful Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Diversity in STEM

Nothing Succeeds Like Success

To expand underrepresented minority participation in science and engineering, we need to fund the institutions and programs that are already graduating diverse students.Read More

Science for Everyone

There Can Be No Innovation Without Diversity

For society to advance, we need solutions and upgrades that work for everyone without leaving anyone behind.Read More

Scientific Training

Expanding Science Fellowship Opportunities

Federal agencies must do more to ensure that prestigious fellowships for science graduate training are awarded in a manner consistent with larger goals of equity.Read More

The Culture of Science

Building a Just and Fair Scientific Enterprise

The culture of science itself must change to fully reach untapped talent, enhance knowledge creation, and ensure the health and well-being of the nation.Read More

Diversifying the Workforce

The Limiting Factor of “The Endless Frontier” Is Still a Human One

In science policy circles, making science more inclusive and diverse has not received the attention it urgently needs. To remain a leader in innovation, the United States must diversify its science, engineering, and technology workforce.Read More


Making Scientific and Technical Careers More Accessible

Science and medicine have not traditionally been welcoming for people with disabilities. Here’s how to make them more inclusive—and bring greater creativity, new perspectives, and fresh talent to these fields.Read More

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The Next 75 Years of Science Policy” has been made possible through the generous support of The Kavli Foundation.

Header illustration by Shonagh Rae.