Online with LSE: Science Identity Among Latinx Students in the Biomedical Sciences: The Role of a Critical Race Theory-Informed Undergraduate Research Experience

This session of Online with LSE will feature a discussion with Tissyana Camacho an Assistant Professor of Child and Adolescent Development at California State University moderated by Laura Diaz-Martinez, Assistant Professor of Biology at Gonzaga University.

CBE–LSE author Tissyana Camacho will discuss findings and provide insights into the background, development, and research process behind her recent publication Science Identity Among Latinx Students in the Biomedical Sciences: The Role of a Critical Race Theory-Informed Undergraduate Research Experience.

In this webinar you will learn about the impact that grounding an undergraduate research program in critical race theory has on science identity development and future STEM career aspirations of underrepresented minority students.

LSE Publication: Science Identity Among Latinx Students in the Biomedical Sciences: The Role of a Critical Race Theory-Informed Undergraduate Research Experience

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Starts: January 28, 2022 12:00 pm EST

Ends: January 28, 2022 1:00 pm EST