A number of mentoring resources are available, both within UofSC and in the broader academic fields represented in the SEOE, to foster student success and offer community and support to students from underrepresented minorities.
The Black Science Coalition is an organization for undergraduates, graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and professors who are interested in discussions about being black in science and increasing a sense of community.
UofSC has a number of international student organizations.
The Ronald E. McNair Program offers mentoring for students who are first-generation or low-income students, and who are from underrepresented groups in graduate education, who are interested in pursuing graduate degrees.
- Pathways to Science
- Black in Marine Science
- Black in Geo Science
- Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science
- Louis Stokes Center for Promotion of Academic Careers through Motivational Opportunities to Develop Emerging Leaders in STEM
- R Ladies
- Unlearning Racism in the Geosciences
- The Oceanography Society Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee
- Earth Science Women’s Network
- American Geophysical Union Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee
- International Association for Geoscience Diversity
- Women Of Color in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
- UNOLS Maintaining an Environment of Respect Aboard Ships
Last updated spring 2021