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Women Of BDN

BDN is committed to working for and with its members and the communities they serve in order to foster and promote engaged scholarship. It is because of this commitment; BDN deems it essential to provide the available space for women and led by women within the network. Women of BDN is a cross-disciplinary division designed to address the particular needs of Black women and Latinas in the academy. This division provides a forum for women to reflect, discuss, and actively work towards tackling the specific challenges regarding issues of inequality, race, ethnicity, and gender. It is the goal of Women of BDN to enhance the lives of women and to empower them in their academic, personal, professional development, and community efforts.

BDN Latinos

BDN believes that a coalition of Blacks and Latinos is essential to advance racial and social justice in America. Latinos de BDN is a division within the organization examining the issues Latinos face in the academy, and in the workforce. This division is conceived as a space for organizing, educating, raising consciousness, and mapping ideas and practices to better the standing of Latinos in the academy.
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Mental Health

Now more than ever academics find themselves under pressure to perform under difficult circumstances. One in five adults experiences some form of mental illness each year. Prioritizing mental health is extremely important. BDN provides workshops for members to help them prioritize their mental health and deal with the challenges of stigma, imposter syndrome, and many other issues that inhibit their overall health and wellness 
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Career Center

BDN functions as a resource, a support system, a space of intellectual exchange, and a place to create connections and develop collaborations. The BDN Job Bank operates as a resource for employers and job seekers alike. Employment opportunities are submitted by our member institutions and individuals. The job posts are for qualified undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty and administrators.
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STEM’MERS

Under-represented minorities in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields often face particular hardships, including feelings of isolation. The Black Doctoral Network (BDN) is committed to working for and with its members to engage in relevant discussion that spans across all STEM fields and exposes under-represented minorities throughout the STEM pipeline to opportunities for advancement, as well as a safe haven to discuss these perceptions with their peers.
The "BDN STEM’mers" is a division devoted to addressing the particular needs of Black scholars in the STEM fields, both academically and personally.

BDN EVENTS

Speakers Bureau

The Black Doctoral Network is honored to work in collaboration with our Advisory Board in announcing our Distinguished Speaker's Bureau. Speaking on a wide range of topics, the Black Doctoral Network Distinguished Speakers Bureau will bring the world’s leading scholars to your company, organization or institution.
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What our Members Say

Being a woman of color pursuing a Ph.D. in neuroscience was often an arduous and growth-provoking experience. The Black Doctoral Network Association (BDN) helped to provide a forum for networking and community building by which I was able to connect with peers of similar research endeavors. This fostered my own personal growth as well as facilitated sharing of similar experiences, advice on career advancement, and critical review of my thesis manuscript.
Alexandria A. Wise, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow
Pathology and Cell Biology
Columbia University Medical Center

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