DPC Hallmarks - Original & New

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Student/Trainee Hallmarks

Original Hallmarks (Yr 1-5)

New Hallmarks (Beginning - Yr 6-10)

PSY-I6 Academic and scientific self-efficacy STU-1 High academic self-efficacy
    STU-2 High self-efficacy as a researcher
PSY-I1 Science Identity/Researcher Identity STU-3 High science identity
PSY-SN4 Satisfaction with faculty mentorship STU-4 Satisfaction with quality of mentorship
PSY-SN6 Social integration/Perceived fit with university setting STU-5 Perceived sense of belonging within the university
STU-6 Perceived sense of belonging within the research community
PSY-I4 Intent to pursue career in Biomedical Research STU-7 Intent to pursue a career in biomedical research
IND-B2 Pursuit of Biomedical Science Undergraduate degree STU-8 Entry into an undergraduate biomedical degree program
IND-B3 Retention and Persistence in Biomedical Science Discipline STU-9 Persistence in biomedical degree or other formal research training program
    STU-10 Frequent receipt of mentoring to enhance success in the biomedical pathway
IND-B4 Participation in Undergraduate/Summer Biomedical Research Training in Labs or Similar Research Environment STU-11 Participation in mentored or supervised biomedical research
IND-B7 Evidence of Biomedical Research Career Preparedness (grades, GRE; std. exams) STU-12 Evidence of competitiveness for transitioning into the next phase in the biomedical career pathway
PSY-SN1 Participation in academic and professional student organizations STU-13 Participation in academic or professional organizations related to biomedical disciplines
IND-B6 Submitted Applications & Receipt of Awards including Research Fellowships and Scholarships* STU-14 Evidence of excelling in biomedical research and scholarship
IND-B5 & B8 (B5) Poster or Paper Presentation at Scientific Conferences; (B8) Authorship/Co- Authorship of Peer-Reviewed Publication(s)
    STU-15 Strong academic and professional networks
IND-B9 Completion of Undergraduate Degree in Biomedical Science Discipline STU-16 Completion of biomedical degree or other formal training program
IND-B10 Application & Acceptance to Attend Graduate Program in Biomedical Science Discipline* STU-17 Application and acceptance to a subsequent research training program in a biomedical discipline
IND-B11 Entrance to Graduate Program in Biomedical Science Discipline STU-18 Entrance into a subsequent research training program in a biomedical discipline

 

Faculty Hallmarks

Original Hallmarks (Yr 1-5) New Hallmarks (Beginning - Yr 6-10)
FAC-B1 Change/Increase in self-efficacy as instructor, mentor and/or researcher focused only on instructor FAC-1 High self-efficacy as an instructor in a biomedical field
    FAC-2 High self-efficacy as an instructor to a diverse group of biomedical students
    FAC-3 High self-efficacy as a mentor to biomedical research trainees
FAC-B16 Increased quality of mentoring (Student and mentor perceptions) FAC-4 High self-efficacy as a mentor to a diverse group of biomedical research trainees
FAC-B15 Increase in the number of trainees mentored in Programs Relevant to BUILD FAC-5 Frequently mentors students, post-docs, and/or more junior faculty on biomedical related issues
    FAC-6 High self-efficacy as an independent biomedical researcher
    FAC-7 High self-efficacy in the ability to secure external funding
FAC-B8 Increased Research Productivity in Grant Submissions and Awards as PI, multi-PI and/or collaborator for faculty in Programs Relevant to BUILD FAC-8 Engaged in activities to secure research or research training funding
FAC-9 Securing research or research training funding
    FAC-10 Evidence of scholarly productivity
    FAC-11 Evidence of professional recognition and service
    FAC-12 Strong academic and professional networks
    FAC-13 Advancement to next career stage
    FAC-14 Advancement to leadership positions in biomedical research and research training
    FAC-15 Evidence of receiving training in areas to foster inclusive research training environments
    FAC-16 Strong self-efficacy to act as a change agent to enhance diversity in biomedical research and research training environments
    FAC-17 Uses evidence-based practices in teaching and mentoring

 

 

Institutional Hallmarks

Original Hallmarks (Yr 1-5) New Hallmarks (Beginning - Yr 6-10)
INST-B14 Increase, enhance, and/or develop Inter-Institutional Collaborations to achieve BUILD outcomes related to research, mentorship, and faculty development (e.g., linkages with Community Colleges or other partner institutions, collaborations and postdocs at Research-Intensive partner institutions, engagement with NRMN) INST-1 Commitment to efforts that create, enhance, and/or maintain diversity and inclusion at all levels of the institution
INST-B18 Increased institutional commitment to sustaining activities of BUILD (i.e. research infrastructure, FTE,scholarships, space), changing the academic culture, culture of faculty promotion, tenure, research development (release time), stronger emphasis on student mentoring and advising to increase institutional outcomes, curriculum improvements** INST-2 Evidence of creating, enhancing, and/or maintaining diverse, inclusive, and culturally appropriate research and research training environments
    INST-3 Demonstrated institutional commitment to creating, enhancing, and/or maintaining the diversity of the biomedical faculty on campus by recruiting a diverse pool of potential applicants
    INST-4 Implementation of sustainable institutionally supported intra-institutional activities to achieve positive outcomes related to biomedical research capacity building and faculty development
    INST-5 Enhanced inter-institutional collaborations to achieve positive outcomes related to biomedical research, research training, and faculty development
INST-B17 Institutional commitment to BUILD sustainability evidenced by site maintenance of key elements of program interventions after grant period** INST-6 Implementation of sustainable institutionally supported activities to achieve positive outcomes related to biomedical research training
INST-B1 Improved Undergraduate Retention Rates of Students in Programs Relevant to BUILD (biomedical/ behavioral sciences) INST-7 Enhancing or maintaining the diversity of students, e.g. those from nationally underrepresented groups, who pursue degrees in biomedical fields
    INST-8 Demonstrated institutional commitment to efforts that sustain the interest of trainees from all backgrounds pursuing degrees in biomedical fields that increase persistence
    INST-9 Employs evidence-based approaches to establish and attain goals for graduation rates, time-to-degree, and the ability to transition to biomedical graduate and professional degree programs for students from all backgrounds
INST-B2 Increased Participation in Mentoring Activities (Students and Faculty) in Programs Relevant to BUILD INST-10 Demonstrated institutional commitment to implementing and sustaining mentoring practices that promote the development of research-oriented students from all backgrounds
    INST-11 Institutional infrastructure to track regular reporting of student demographics and outcomes with respect to biomedical fields

 

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