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Project SEED

Project SEED is a summer internship program that invites high school students interested in science and engineering to be involved with research at a college level. The program is a collaborative effort between the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences (PBS) and the Indianapolis Project SEED. Learn more here.

Diversity Research at PBS

Mind and Identity in Context Lab, Mary Murphy
Training Research and Implementation in Psychology (TRIP Lab), Cara Lewis
Social Cognition Lab, Robert "BJ" Rydell
Neuroscience of Mind and Behavior Lab, Anne Krendl
Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, Anne Prieto

The Kenneth Heller Minority Student Support Fund

Professor Emeritus Ken Heller matches funds for any gift given to support the training of ethnic minority students and others from underrepresented groups in the field of psychological and brain sciences.

Women in Science Fund

Insofar as women are still underrepresented in scientific and technological fields, PBS seeks to support the women students and faculty as they pursue careers in psychological science and to support research related to the issue of women in science.

IU Resources

Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs (OVPDEMA), Works to enhance student success and to create a climate that promotes cultural, ethnic, and gender diversity.

OVPDEMA Scholars Program

McNair Scholars Program The McNair Scholars Program encourages low-income, first-generation college students as well as students from racial/ethnic groups historically underrepresented in higher education to pursue a Ph.D. The program is fully funded by a five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education (Grant #217A120099). Indiana University contributes cost share funds over the same five-year period.

Emissaries of Graduate Student Diversity at IU, Wisdom from the Indiana University Emissaries for Graduate Student Diversity on the Bloomington campus.

Black Student Union

Hudson & Holland Scholars Program, The mission of the Hudson & Holland Scholars Program is to recruit, retain and prepare students with outstanding records of academic achievement, leadership, and commitment to social justice who enhance the diversity and excellence of Indiana University.

Student Diversity Programs at IU

Campus Culture Centers, The mission of the units is to develop, encourage, and facilitate programming related to diversity issues as well as support services to students, faculty, and staff of diverse ethnicities.

Atkins Living Learning Center

Women in Science, Technology, Informatics, and Mathematics Living-Learning Community (Women in STIM LLC),The Women in STIM Living-Learning Center is home to a group of undergraduate women of all levels (freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors) who are driven to achieve in the fields of science, technology, informatics, and mathematics, or STIM.