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Research: Minority Children Need Strategies To Fight Obesity
September 08, 2011
The White House Task Force on Childhood Obesity, created by the president as part of the first lady's "Let's Move" campaign, aims to solve the epidemic of childhood obesity within a generation, returning the country to a rate of 5 percent by 2030, which was the rate before childhood obesity first began to rise in the late 1970s. ...
Researcher: Residential Segregation Declines In U.S. Cities
September 01, 2011
According to University of Michigan research the ideal of equal housing opportunities is closer to becoming a reality in most major U.S. metro areas, "While black-white segregation remains high in many places, there are reasons to be optimistic that 'apartheid' no longer aptly describes much of urban America," said Reynolds Farley, an investigator at the U-M Institute for Social Research (ISR) who studies racial segregation in the United States. ...
Study: Blacks Win Fewer Research Grants
August 18, 2011
A study commissioned by the government found medical researchers who are black are about one-third less likely than their white colleagues to win grants from the U.S. National Institutes of Health The findings will be published in Friday’s issue of the journal Science. “It is striking and very disconcerting,” said Donna K. Ginther ...
Race Matters In Female Engineer Candidates
July 20, 2011
Researchers from the University of Washington have discovered in a new study of female engineering students’ perceived challenges finds significant differences between black, Hispanic, Native American, Asian-American and white women. The findings could help institutions better retain particular underrepresented ...
ACLU Alleges Bias In Illinois Police Searches
June 08, 2011
"Years of data make clear that consent searches by the ISP are conducted in a racially disparate manner," said Harvey Grossman, legal director for the ACLU of Illinois. ...
Researchers Say Women Expect Lower Pay
May 23, 2011
"These results may indicate that women are just more realistic about their salary expectations." ...
Researcher: U.S. Will Become Hispanic Nation
May 19, 2011
One area of concern suggested by data analyses is that Hispanic education levels are not keeping up with growth increases. ...
Fed Digital Literacy Program Will Aids Minorities' Job Search
May 18, 2011
a higher percentage of Blacks and Hispanics use the Internet to look online for information about jobs compared to white Internet users. ...
New Asian Breast Cancer Research Announced
May 17, 2011
Researchers have developed a more accurate method for estimating breast cancer risk for Asian and Pacific Islander American (APA) women. ...
Research: Inner-City Mothers Need More Breastfeeding Support
May 09, 2011
Researchers found differences in initiation rates among patients born in different hospitals, and among patients seen in different health centers. ...
Schools Help Prepare Future Minority Scientists And Engineers
April 29, 2011
The Virginia-North Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation is funded by the National Science Foundation's Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation. ...
Report Shows Need For More Gay Health Research
March 31, 2011
“Adequate research and data is critical to fully understanding and addressing the unique health needs of the LGBT community." ...
Research: NYPD Drug Enforcement Unfairly Targets Minorities
March 30, 2011
“Police like to use marijuana as a pretext to crack down on more serious crime, but there’s little evidence to suggest this is an effective strategy." ...
Researchers Examine Black Violent Crime Drop
March 28, 2011
TX Engineering Program Lauded For Diversity
March 15, 2011
Researchers To Study Rural Black HIV+ Males
March 03, 2011
Research: Barber Shop Chatter Good For Health
March 01, 2011
Science, Engineering Degrees Decline For Blacks
March 01, 2011
MLK Dream Alive for Few, Says Researcher
February 23, 2011
Black Engineer Of The Year To Be Feted In DC
February 16, 2011
Research Calls For LGBT Youth Policy "Revolution"
February 08, 2011
Study: Technology Helps Female Researchers
February 01, 2011
Research Explores Racial Differences In Corporal Punishment
January 28, 2011
Hispanic fathers were significantly less likely to engage heavy corporal punishment than white fathers. ...
US Engineers Lead Haiti Earthquake Survey Team
January 19, 2011
Research: Black Men Avoid Visits To Doctor
January 11, 2011
New Research Focuses On Diversity In Teacher Ed.
January 10, 2011
Grant Increases Diversity Of Future Life Science Researchers
January 07, 2011
URM is designed to broaden participation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans and members of other groups historically underrepresented in science. ...
Spanish Beauty Competition In Search Of Next Breakout Star
December 28, 2010
“Nuestra Belleza Latina” has helped launch the careers of four talented women who today are household names in Hispanic America because of their success. ...
Minority Involvement Benefits Researchers
December 20, 2010
Grant Promotes Minorities In Engineering
December 08, 2010
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