HHMI’s third competition for the Inclusive Excellence initiative will award grants to up to 30 schools to help increase their capacity to include students of diverse backgrounds in science.
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) is now announcing a third round of its Inclusive Excellence initiative (IE3) to promote diversity and inclusion in science education.
The grant program challenges colleges and universities to work with faculty to examine and change campus cultures so that a diverse group of students feel included in science. More than 1,400 institutions are eligible to compete, and HHMI expects to award grants to up to 30 more schools, with $1 million provided to each over five years.
“These grants are helping schools build their capacity for