Científico Latino: A resource for underrepresented minorities and all STEM students
Científico Latino is a growing platform created by STEM graduate students aiming to improve diversity in STEM and to encourage minority students to pursue higher education by providing resources to all undergraduates and graduate students in STEM.
The website regularly updates its list of fellowships and scholarships for both undergraduates and graduate students, it contains sample personal statements and curriculum vitae for graduate school applications and fellowships. The site also features successful faculty and students, and blog posts related to being a professional in STEM.
The Científico Latino team is composed of
- undergraduate and graduate students at Yale University, Rockefeller University and CITY University of New York
- faculty advisor Enrique M. De La Cruz, Professor in the Department of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry (MB&B) and Head of Branford College at Yale University
The team is always looking to expand, check out available positions here: https://www.cientificolatino.com/jointheteam/.
Find other ways to get involved here: https://www.cientificolatino.com/get-involved/.
Visit us at: www.cientificolatino.com.
Follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/cientificolatino/), Twitter (https://twitter.com/cientificolatin), and join our Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/cientificolatino/) to network with STEM professionals at the undergraduate and graduate level.