American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) is celebrating Women's History Month by highlighting individuals, organizations, articles, and activities that are shining a light on women in science.
American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) is celebrating Black History Month by highlighting individuals, organizations, articles, and activities that are shining a light on African American scientific excellence.
AIBS will be convening a series of mini-sessions that will culminate with the annual meeting of the AIBS Council of Member Societies and Organizations. The 3 mini-sessions will focus on society commitment to DEI and will explore internal structure, external communication and assessment.
AIBS has published a special report in BioScience discussing the outcomes from the 2021 IDEA Conference.
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AIBS has released a report of the highlights of our work in DEI in the 2022 AIBS Diversity Report.
AIBS will convene the 2021 meeting of its Council of Member Societies and Organizations on November 4-5, 2021. This meeting will engage like-minded organizations committed to increasing diversity in the biological sciences in a two-day virtual conference.
AIBS has received an award from NSF under its LEAPS program to support the development of a diversity conference that will engage and create a collaborative network of majority- and minority-serving biological scientific societies to foster cultural change.
AIBS has announced a 12-month action plan focused on three of our core activities, as part of our commitment to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion in the biological sciences.