Our work is focused on conducting advocacy research that leads to the development of new ideas, tools, and insights for trainees, organizations, and policy makers in science around the world.
As meta scientists, our research projects involve asking fundamental questions against published studies, opinions, review articles, activities by STEM organizations/initiatives, and also publicly available data in an effort to provide new insights for the STEM enterprise.
Based on our research, we develop new tools and databases to collect new data, generate new questions, and challenge prevailing assumptions. In the end, our goal is to assist and inspire trainees and organizations in science around the world.
Our advocacy efforts are currently focused on advocating for enhancing training in science, and STEM programming around the world. Our advocacy is heavily grounded in our research so that we are using the most current knowledge and understanding to generate the most impactful advocacy.
Designing new strategies to assist and inspire trainees in science around the world
Categorizing and connecting STEM programs in Africa
Advocating for trainees and STEM initiatives around the world