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Diverse: Issues In Higher Education July 6 edition to feature Diverse Rising Graduate Scholars and STEM

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FAIRFAX, Va. Diverse: Issues In Higher Education (Diverse) is pleased to announce that its July 6 edition will feature, for a third consecutive year, a cohort of Diverse Rising Graduate Scholars.

With nominations pouring in from all over the country, the Diverse team identified this group of 10 exceptional graduate students based on their standout scholarship thus far and their trajectory toward a promising future in academia and beyond. In alphabetical order, they are:

Lidadi Agbomi
Clemson University

Dipayan Banerjee
Operations Research
Georgia Institute of Technology

André Childs
Material Science and Engineering
University of Central Florida

Carlos Galan
Higher Education Administration and Policy
University of California, Riverside

Glenn Gilyot
Organic Chemistry
University of Missouri-Columbia

Gavin Gonzales
Biomedical Engineering
Duke University

Sergio A. Gonzalez
Higher Education & Student Affairs
Claremont Graduate University

Sabrina Ali Jamal-Eddine
University of Illinois Chicago

Favour Nerrise
Electrical Engineering
Stanford University

Dominique Turner
Higher Education Administration
Morgan State University

In this must-read edition, we also look at STEM education and the 50th anniversary of SACNAS — the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics & Native Americans in Science.

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