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The three year project will examine what processes are employed for developing equity-driven and anti-racist educational collaborations, infrastructures, and pathways in marine and climate science. This research project will investigate the Woods Hole Collaborative Network (WHCN), a multi-organizational collaboration between six predominantly white institutions located in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. The research team will emphasize Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) storytelling and standpoint centering through qualitative inquiry alongside organizational and historical analysis to develop a replicable and scalable model for equity-centered support in STEM collaborations. 

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The INTuitN-STEM hub will build The Hope Center’s Hope Impact Partnerships (HIP) infrastructure, a network of colleges and universities across the country working together to foster a basic needs ecosystem through (a) assessments of students’ basic needs (e.g., food, housing, access to technology and transportation, childcare) and institutional capacity; and (b) support to analyze, plan, and take action to improve students’ basic needs security and well-being.

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