CORE is developing strategies to improve the diversity and inclusion climate for all employees at SLAC National Laboratory. We shall work with the SLAC executive leadership team in identifying cultural and racial barriers that may exist in the SLAC work environment. Our group also collaborates with Human Resources to identify and help retain high quality staff members. A critical part of our long-term strategy is to sponsor science outreach programs for local youth from historically underrepresented backgrounds.
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Project Implicit has a series of tasks to test a participant's implicit biases. You can choose tasks and receive feedback on implicit bias regarding things like race, religion, sexuality, mental health, and more. Identifying personal biases can be the first step in helping mitigate negative effects from those biases on you or others in your workplace.
By Brian Sherin, Deputy Lab Director for Operations, Chief Operating Officer, and executive sponsor of the Military Community ERG
SLAC employee and U.S. Navy veteran Oscar Wiygul, who joined the lab as a cryogenics technical operator for LCLS-II, attended the Vets2STEM Technology Expo hosted by the Colorado School of Mines (referred to as “Mines”) on Nov. 7 & 8. Also attending from SLAC were Deputy Lab Director for Operations and Chief Operating Officer Brian Sherin, and Program Manager Enrique Cuellar.