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Diversity Program Consortium
Enhancing the Diversity of the NIH-Funded Workforce Consortium Members
DPC Data Sharing Agreement
DPC Data Elements
DPC Hallmarks of Success
The CEC implements the Diversity Program Consortium (DPC)’s vision and design of activities, and is responsible for the longitudinal, consortium-wide evaluation of the training and mentoring interventions that BUILD and NRMN awardees develop and put into practice. In addition, the CEC facilitates ongoing, consortium-wide discussions of interventions, progress, outcomes and lessons learned, and serves as the focal point for disseminating effective approaches to the broader research training and mentoring communities. Dissemination of the outcomes of this complex, multifaceted experiment has the potential to enhance the diversity of the biomedical research workforce, and the consortium’s research findings will have implications for expanding recruitment, training and mentoring of diverse groups nationwide.
In FY 2014, the CEC award was issued to investigators at the University of California, Los Angeles, and after a limited competition in FY 2019, the award was renewed for a second, 5-year phase. This will allow for continuity in the evaluation and data collection process. Led by Dr. Keith Norris and Dr. Teresa Seeman, it has four distinct cores:
The CEC’s role in the DPC includes:
For more information about the CEC Phase II, see the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts, February 22, 2018 (RFA-RM-18-005), or contact Dr. Michael Sesma.
For information about the CEC Phase I, see the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts, December 19, 2013 (RFA-RM-13-015).
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