Look no further than Rutgers University, where one professor has dedicated his life to helping Black, Latino and other traditionally underrepresented undergrads pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math.
How does working to eliminate healthcare disparities help to engage employees? At a DiversityInc roundtable, Kaiser Permanente's James Taylor, senior director, diversity strategy execution and workplace inclusion, discusses how, even early in its history, the company strengthened business through diversity efforts, from leaders to the patients they serve.
Can white doctors provide quality care to communities in which the racial/ethnic demographics are shifting dramatically? One DiversityInc reader addresses this question in her passionate response to our article, "Is There a Black, Latino Doctor in the House?" about Rutgers University's ODASIS program. See what she had to say about cultural competency and diversity in healthcare.
Rutgers University's ODASIS program is helping to close the racial/ethnic disparities gap within healthcare and other STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) professions. Its Access-Med program offers undergrads from underrepresented and economically disadvantaged groups career opportunities in the sciences. Here's how.