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After more than seven years cruising at stunning speeds [including a wonderful year exploring protoplanet Vesta], NASA Dawn has arrived at its second destination in the main asteroid belt, dwarf planet Ceres. As the Dawn mission begins its exploration, it's time to celebrate!

May 9, 2015 | 10:00 am – 4:30 pm PDT

  •         Events worldwide: bit.ly/iCCeres
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Diversity PDWelcome to the Cross-Forum Diversity Professional Development

homepage focused on Native American audiences.

 

SMD Diversity Programs and Resources > Native American Audiences


Literature and Resources

Babco, E. 2005. Report on the Status of Native Americans in Science and Engineering. Prepared for the National Academy of Engineering Workshop on Engineering Studies at the Tribal Colleges. Available from


Diversity logo with three dotsWelcome to the Cross-Forum Diversity Programs & Resources

homepage focused on LGBTQ Audiences.

 

SMD Diversity Programs and Resources > LGBTQ


The following information was provided by Carolyn Brinkworth from IPAC/Caltech:

The issues facing us when dealing with LGBTQ audiences are almost exclusively around using safe, LGBTQ-inclusive language. The resources below cover some of this, but one of the best ways to be an ally is to take Safe Zone training. Many universities now...


Diversity logo with three dotsWelcome to the Cross-Forum Diversity Programs & Resources

homepage focused on Hispanic and Latino Audiences.

 

SMD Diversity Programs and Resources  > Hispanic/Latino Audiences


Literature:

Literature Review on working with Hispanic/Latino audiences

When Labels Don’t Fit: Hispanics and Their Views of Identity (Pew Hispanic Center)

Where did 'Hispanic' come from?

Increasing NASA Science E/PO Engagement with Latino Audiences: An Analysis

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