The Therapeutic Sciences Graduate Program is a very diverse and we welcome and support all students. The recent protests aimed at exposing and rectifying the anti-black racial injustice in the US, and specifically at Brown, have yielded many useful supporting resources. Some of these are listed in our Therapeutic Sciences Graduate Program Resources Google Drive, which is accessible to all current TSGP students and faculty.
In addition, Brown University, and its Division of Biology & Medicine, support numerous on-campus organizations and programs that promote inclusion and support campus diversity. These include:
Brown University Graduate School
Brown's Graduate School offers a wealth of information on student support services.
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Brown's Office of Institutional Equity & Diversity
With goals of fostering academic diversity and promoting inclusive community engagement, the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity collaborates with offices across Brown to design, implement and promote programs and events related to diversity and inclusion.
Visit Brown's office of institutaional equity & diversity
Biomed Initiative to Maximize Student Development (IMSD)
The IMSD program, entitled "Advancing the Culture of PhD Learning and Scholarship in Biology and Health Sciences," provides extensive research training support for students from underrepresented groups to increase their participation in the fields of biomedical and behavioral research. IMSD support includes individual advising and training modules that are accessible to all students at Brown, covering such topics as scientific writing, data analysis and scientific presentations. The program is funded by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) within the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Learn more about IMSD
Office of Student and Employee Accessibility Services (SEAS)
SEAS provides extensive support for students, staff, faculty and visitors with physical, psychological and learning disabilities. SEAS has provided advice during extensive improvements to our existing buildings, as well as construction of new buildings to enhance handicapped accessibility. Handicapped-accessible transportation between all campus facilities is coordinated by SEAS, which provides a shuttle service.
Brown Leadership Alliance
Since 1993, Brown has belonged to a consortium of more than 30 schools that support a Leadership Alliance. The Leadership Alliance Summer Research Early Identification Program provides mentoring and promotes summer research for underrepresented students in the life and physical sciences, social sciences, engineering, computer science, and applied mathematics. A large percentage of students from the Leadership Alliance summer program apply to the Brown graduate school, including to TSGP.
Visit the Leadership Alliance
Society for the Advancement of Hispanics, Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS), Brown Chapter
This society is a community of scientists dedicated to fostering the success of students from underrepresented groups at Brown.
Brown Center for Students of Color
This center serves as a source of support for American and International students of color at Brown, including a mentoring program for African Americans, Latinos, Asian/Asian Americans and Native Americans (ALANA)
Learn more about the Center
Nabrit Black Graduate Student Association (BGSA)
Named for biologist Samuel Nabrit, Brown's first African-American PhD recipient, the BGSA promotes the intellectual and social environment as well as the professional success of Brown's African American graduate students. Membership is open to all Brown graduate students.
Learn more about the BGSA
Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE)
This group helps create a community of and for women in the sciences at Brown University and increases the number of resources available to them. Originally founded for undergraduates, there is now a graduate version (GWiSE).
Visit GWiSE on Facebook
Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity
The Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America promotes research, art and scholarship in the areas of race and ethnicity.
Visit the Center
Office of Military-Affiliated Students
The Office of Military-Affiliated Students provides support for student veterans and current or prospective participants in officer-commissioning programs at Brown.
Learn more about the Office
In conjunction with the Sarah Doyle Women's Center, the LGBTQ Center provides support, resources and advocacy to promote an open, safe and inclusive environment for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning community at Brown. The center also supports Trans resources at Brown, as well as the Brown Safe Zone program.
Learn more about the LGBTQ Center