catsnphysics Posted April 24, 2014 Share Posted April 24, 2014 I am applying to the Columbia Bridge program, which is similar to graduate school. In my statement of intent, I have to "address [my] demonstrated commitment to fostering diversity in the natural sciences." The program encourages minorities and women to apply, so I kind of understand why they ask. I am a hispanic woman. How can I/anyone be committed to fostering diversity? I don't even really understand what the question is. It's not as though I've ever staffed my own research group or something, so I have no idea what to say, and I don't think that I can claim that I am the diversity, haha Help? Ideas? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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