Broadening Participation in STEM

Outreach and Webinar Videos

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This page features outreach webinars held by the U.S. National Science Foundation to provide information on broadening participation, inclusion and access programs and advocacy. All videos are credited to NSF.


Envisioning the future of NSF EPSCoR video
In this video, Drs. Sethuraman Panchanathan, Alicia J. Knoedler, Sandra Richardson, and Kelly Rusch highlight the outcomes of the Envisioning the Future of NSF EPSCoR report. They also review the high-level achievements of the NSF EPSCoR program and express NSF’s continued dedication to furthering the impact of initiative in terms of building research infrastructure, supporting education and workforce development, as well as economic development and broadening participation in STEM across jurisdictions.
Credit: National Science Foundation
Why Does Diversity in STEM Matter?
Credit: National Science Foundation

Elevating Indigenous Traditional Knowledge
Credit: National Science Foundation

NSF Tribal Nation Town Hall
Credit: National Science Foundation

2021 CISE Broadening Participation in Computing (BPC) Solicitation Webinar
Credit: National Science Foundation

Systemic Change in Minority-Serving Institutions
Credit: National Science Foundation

The Current and Future State of HSIs
Credit: National Science Foundation

Inclusive Academic Science: Achieving Diversity and Excellence
Credit: National Science Foundation
HBCU EiR Proposal Preparation Webinar August 2022
Credit: National Science Foundation

NSF Distinguished Lecture, Reflection and Insight: Women in Computing Share Insights on STEM
Credit: National Science Foundation

EPSCoR BEC Webinar
Credit: National Science Foundation

Building Gender Equity in the Academy: Institutional Strategies for Change
Credit: National Science Foundation

NSF SBE Build and Broaden 3.0 Webinar Jan 2022
Credit: National Science Foundation

BRITE webinar recording
Credit: National Science Foundation

Realizing the potential of HSIs to broaden science opportunities
Credit: National Science Foundation

AccessADVANCE: Advancing Women with Disabilities in Academic STEM Careers
Credit: National Science Foundation