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NASA_About_IBP_July_2013

IBP's mission is to increase diversity in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) workforce. We make STEM opportunities more accessible to underrepresented students and faculty, as well as their mentors.
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Transcript of NASA_About_IBP_July_2013

Catalyzing
Partnerships

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Diversity matters.
Why Diversity?
IBP's Outreach to Students
Faculty, Staff & Administrators
Our Current Workforce
Catalyzing partnerships,
connecting people
Scientific Excellence & Ingenuity
www.pathwaystoscience.org
72,000 visits and 400,000 page views per month during peak portions of the academic calendar
Workforce Development
STEM job growth
Diversity is complicated.
But all the pieces fit together.
Strategic Web Resources
Extensive Outreach
Catalyzing Partnerships
IBP
Synthesizing
Information

Synthesizing Information
STEM Enrollment
Synthesizing Information
Creating and Maintaining Web Resources
Extensive Outreach
Timing is Critical!
Iterative Outreach for Website Success
Ashanti Johnson
Executive Director
ajohnson@ibparticipation.org
(866) 593-9103

www.pathwaystoscience.org
Outreach
Diversity
matters!

Web Resources
The Marketing "Rule of Seven"
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Conferences
Webinars
Campus Visits...
Response to Inquiries
Data entry
Targeted bulk emails
Response to Inquiries
Data updates
Tracking
Response to Inquiries
An iterative process....
"Diverse groups of problem solvers outperform groups of the best individual problem solvers."
Scott Page, 2007
The Difference: How the Power of Diversity Creates Better Groups, Firms, Schools, & Societies, Princton University Press
Identify a need
Literature review
Project design
Data Gathering
Materials Development
Strategic dissemination
Evaluation & Outcomes
AGEP: Pathways & Connections

NASA One Stop Shop Initiative (OSSI)

Maine STEM

Pathways to Ocean Sciences

Pathways to Engineering: Digital Mentoring Manual

MS PHD'S

Collaborative Research COSEE: Ocean Systems - Building Capacity Through Collaboration

Maine Physical Sciences Partnership

A Rising Tide: Advancing Women and Leadership at the University of Maine
IBP Projects
Tools
Faculty Directory
Student Directory
Listservs
Materials
Activities
Diversity awareness
Networking
Mail merges
Student lists
Proposal writing assistance
(11,000+ contacts)
(48,000+ current and former students)
IBP increases diversity in STEM.
Catalyzing
Partnerships

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Who is underrepresented?
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Scientists & engineers in science & engineering occupations (2006):
http://nsf.gov/statistics/wmpd/digest/theme4.cfm
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"Expanding Underrepresented Minority Participation: America's Science and Technology Talent at the Crossroads," Committee on Science, Engineering and Pulbic Policy (COSEPUP), 2011.
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ESA calculations using Current Population Survey public-use microdata and estimates from the Employment Projections Program of the Bureau of Labor Statistics. http://www.esa.doc.gov/sites/default/files/reports/documents/stemfinalyjuly14_1.pdf.
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OSSI Outreach, Project Year Three:
- 1,700 email responses to student inquiries

- 111,000 targeted emails to current, former, and prospective student applicants

- 13,000 emails to faculty

- 33 recruitment events

- 5 hosted webinars

- 8 faculty oriented events
In a recent survey of OSSI students, 34% of respondents heard about OSSI from faculty members or advisers. 25% of students who who didn't complete their OSSI application, said they would have completed it if a faculty member had encouraged them to do so.
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