Archived Web Site JustGarciaHill: A Virtual Community for Minorities in Sciences Just Garcia Hill
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- JustGarciaHill: A Virtual Community for Minorities in Sciences
- Other Title
- Just Garcia Hill
- Alternate Title
- Just Garcia Hill
- JustGarciaHill is committed to increasing the number of minorities entering science careers and to celebrating contributions to science by minority scientists. With the JGH portal, we hope to provide a supportive environment that will stimulate underrepresented minorities to pursue and strengthen scientific output in the United States and improve the health and well being of minority populations.
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- United States.
- Subject Headings
- - Minorities. Education (Higher). United States
- - Science. Study and teaching (Higher). United States
- - Minorities in science. United States
- - Minority scientists. United States
- Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 20540 USA
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- - justgarciahill.org (domain)
- - twitter.com/gradient_news (domain)
- - www.facebook.com/socialgradientorg (domain)
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- JustGarciaHill is committed to increasing the number of minorities entering science careers and to celebrating contributions to science by minority scientists. With the JGH portal, we hope to provide a supportive environment that will stimulate underrepresented minorities to pursue and strengthen scientific output in the United States and improve the health and well being of minority populations. Website. electronic | Electronic (Form).
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