¡Sí, se puede!
- Advices for dealing with a math bully by Fan Chung Graham.
Mathematically Uncensored podcast hosted by Dr. Pamela E. Harris and Dr. Aris Winger, presented by The Center for Minorities in the Mathematical Sciences. I would like to thank Amelia Stokolosa for sharing this wonderful podcast with me.
- The Center for Minorities in the Mathematical Sciences also has a plethora of different resources listed throughout their website.
- Living Proof: Stories of Resilience Along the Mathematical Journey is a (free) book published by the Mathematical Association of America. Ignoring the issue of survivorship bias, several of the authors’ recounts deeply resonated with me. Hopefully, there will be accounts that you can identify with as well.
- Field of Dreams Conference hosted by the Math Alliance. A conference for Math Alliance scholars (typically, underrepresented members of the math community) to become exposed to graduate school and professional opportunities in math.
General STEM Resources
- Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program - note that this is not restricted to STEM
- Wisconsin Louis Stokes Association for Minority Participation (WiscAMP)
- Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS)
- National Society for Black Engineers (NSBE)
- Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
- I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi (Amazon link). The title is cringy, but this is a very informative book for anyone getting started with personal finance - even moreso for those without generational wealth. I would like to thank Samantha Bourbon for recommending this book to me.
- Money Management Center at Fresno State. Some links appear as though they are restricted to Fresno State students, but they aren’t.
- “Managing Finances as a Graduate Student” by CSULB. Useful, but very general, information regarding finances for anyone considering graduate school.