First-generation college students often face struggles in academia that non-first generation students don’t, and their successes are especially impressive.
Articles by Saul Reyes, Diversity Issues Intern
At an online event called “Anti-Racism in STEM,” Black faculty shared what it is like being in a “White dominated field” like the STEM industry is.
Gay agricultural teachers want students to feel represented and comfortable — a safe and nurturing place is where LGBTQ+ ag youth and others learn best.
As a leader in agriculture, Bader Rutter president and openly gay man David Jordan wants everyone to know it is OK to be who you are.
Here are three Asian American and/or Pacific Islanders in American agriculture you need to know about and who should be celebrated for what they have done.
Chico, California-based Little Red Hen hires people with mental and physical disabilities in jobs that cater to their needs and give them valuable skills.
Food and agriculture has always and should always unite the people, not divide them. As leaders of this industry, let’s change the division.
When we work to diversify agriculture, we work to give marginalized communities opportunities at food literacy, scholarships, and personal development.
My experience as an undergraduate student has been unique because I’ve taken several courses across different disciplines such as agricultural sciences, public relations, ethnic studies, and social and behavioral science. But ultimately, I started my academic journey as an agriculturist. Sometimes I wonder how different my educational experience would have been if I had only […]
My purpose is to bring attention to diversity: to celebrate our underrepresented communities for their successes and perseverance in agriculture.