[NEW VIDEO] "How Diversity Enhances the Contributions of Developmental Science," the third video of the "Hidden Figures" series
“We’re dealing with disparities and inequality. We’re dealing with segregation. We’re dealing with a lot of structural issues and there’s an important way in which we need to reframe the questions to not be always focused on problem behavior..."
SRCD is pleased to share How Diversity Enhances the Contributions of Developmental Science, the third of four videos produced as part of the “Hidden Figures” in Developmental Science series. The project, funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, aims to increase the visibility of leading developmental scientists of color who have made critical research contributions and paved the way, through mentoring and advocacy, for younger scholars of color.
This newly released video, How Diversity Enhances the Contributions of Developmental Science, features the following scholars:
- Dr. Yoonsun Choi, Professor of The School of Social Service Administration
- Dr. Margaret Beale Spencer, Marshall Field IV Professor of Urban Education and Life Course Human Development
- Dr. Cynthia García Coll, Adjunct Professor of Psychology and Charles Pitts Robinson and John Palmer Barstow Professor Emerita
- Dr. Diane Hughes, Professor of Applied Psychology
For the full list of scholars featured in the series, visit the "Hidden Figures" series webpage.