Racial Profiling Among Scientists of Chinese Descent and Consequences for the U.S. Scientific Community

 

 

Committee of 100, a non-profit membership organization of prominent Chinese Americans, and the University of Arizona, one of the leading research universities in the country, unveiled findings from a new joint research project focused on race and ethnicity in science and research.

Designed to understand how research and academics have been affected by the limitations that the U.S. government has placed on international exchange with China, the research has a special focus on the impact on professors and researchers who are of Chinese descent.

To read the full white paper, press release, commentaries, letters from Committee of 100 and the University of Arizona, please click here.

Date and time: October 28, 2021 at 8:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm PT

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