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Expanding Potential 2015-6 Seed Project Awardees

To encourage new programs that enact positive change for diversity in STEM, the Expanding Potential Workshop organizers seek to help the community establish a portfolio of Expanding Potential Seed Projects that develop innovative diversity initiatives at their home institutions that can easily be replicated across many institutions. Projects were highlighted at the Expanding Potential 2016 Workshop, giving project developers and workshop attendees the opportunity to learn from one another and develop/start new or similar projects.

Congratulations to the Expanding Potential 2015-6 Seed Project Awardees! Read more about their proposed projects below. The final reports are meant to give an honest perspective into the process of each awardee's experience in setting-up their project and advice on how you can scale and sustain the project at your own institution. Read about the overall 2015-6 program here and how the awardees are a new cohort of leaders in diversity and inclusion program development.

Launching the Unconscious Bias Project led by Cat Adams (read more at Unconscious Bias Project, like UBP on Facebook, and follow on Twitter @ScienceIsMetal and @UBP_STEM)
Unconscious Bias Project Final Report

STEAM: STEM meets Art through WiSE led by Tina Cheng (read more at the WiSE UCSC webpage, their Tumblr site, and follow on Twitter @UCSCWiSE)
PopUp Museum Final Report

Empowering Students as Agents of Change: Using Diversity Workshops to Improve Equity in STEM led by Dimitri Dounas-Frazer and Simone Hyater-Adams
CU Prime Final Report

Clear Direction Mentoring led by Russell Ledet (more information can also be found on the Clear Direction Mentoring Facebook page and follow on Twitter @theguywithyes)
Clear Direction Mentoring Final Report

The UC Berkeley Diversity Data Visualization Hackathon led by Cecilia Springer and Pierce Gordon (read more at the Data & Diversity at Cal Course WebsiteEnergy & Resources Group website and follow on Twitter @ERGBerkeley)
Diversity and Data Final Report