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Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) in STEM: Home

About Our Curators

This guide, and the accompanying physical display in Bird Library, were curated by Juan Denzer (Reference and Instruction Librarian). 


Helpful Resources

Why is it important to amplify the work of BIPOC scientists, and how can I do it?

A resource from Harvard medical school that has information on how to amplify the work of Black scientists and how to find them.

NPR Diverse Source Database

Find experts from racial and ethnic groups underrepresented in the media. You are able to browse by field or location.

Finding Diverse Sources in the Sciences

A finding guide for diverse sources, including a list of diverse databases.

About the Display



In the dynamic world of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), the contributions of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) have been awe-inspiring. Their brilliance shatters barriers and brings innovative perspectives to the forefront. Celebrating diversity in STEM fosters a richer learning environment, empowering future generations to dream, achieve, and change the world. Let's unite and embrace the power of inclusivity, appreciating the invaluable impact BIPOC individuals make in shaping our shared future. Together, we advance knowledge and break down prejudice, creating a world where everyone's genius can thrive.

Indigenous Knowledge as Science