MPS Broadening Participation Resources

Attendees at the Broadening Participation in MPS Workshop for New Investigators, held at NSF in the fall of 2019.

Attendees at the Broadening Participation in MPS Workshop for New Investigators, held at NSF in the fall of 2019.

Astronomy Astronomy (AST)
Matthew J. Benacquista
mbenacqu@nsf.gov
Mathematical Sciences Mathematical Sciences (DMS)
Stefaan De Winter
sgdewint@nsf.gov
Chemistry Chemistry (CHE)
Tomislav Pintauer
tompinta@nsf.gov
Multidisciplinary Activities MPS Office of the Assistant Director
Kathleen V. McCloud, Chair
kmccloud@nsf.gov
Materials Research Materials Research (DMR)
Guebre X. Tessema
gtessema@nsf.gov
Physics Physics (PHY)
Kathleen V. McCloud, Chair
kmccloud@nsf.gov
Outreach/Education 2019-2020 AAAS S&T Policy Fellow

Andrea Stathopoulos
astathop@nsf.gov

NSF has a strong commitment to broadening participation. Groups underrepresented in MPS research include women, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, and persons with disabilities.

NSF 20-083, Dear Colleague Letter: MPS Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate

NSF 15-024, Dear Colleague Letter: MPS Graduate Research Supplement for Veterans (MPS-GRSV)

The links below provide a sampling of information that may help Principal Investigators and others in broadening participation in their activities. This list is not meant to be exhaustive or to imply any special endorsement by MPS (or NSF).

RECRUITMENT

RETENTION AND MENTORING

RESOURCES

NETWORKS AND ORGANIZATIONS

ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS

INQUIRIES

For further information concerning MPS Broadening Participation programs, please contact:

Dr. Kathy McCloud, Chair
National Science Foundation
Phone: (703) 292-4859
E-mail: kmccloud@nsf.gov>