Adriana has contributed to or co-designed several educational resources related to science policy training and STEM workforce development.
- Co-designed InterSECT job simulations on advocacy power mapping, data collection and science policy course development, Washington University in St. Louis (2017, 2021)
- Co-designed JSPG’s weekly science policy podcast SciPol SoundBites (2020)
- Contributed to synthesizing mentoring climate guidelines for institutions (Future of Research) (2019)
- Contributed to Funding Resources for Early Career Researchers collating data project on fellowship opportunities, Future of Research (2018)
- Contributed to Rescuing Biomedical Research (RBR) Writing Program (2016)
- Contributed to FLSA and Postdocs resource on monitoring institutional compliance with the FLSA, Future of Research (2016)
- Career Outcomes Taxonomy Crosswalk Tool: Collins, Tammy R, Deepti Ramadoss, Rebekah L Layton, Jennifer E MacDonald, Ryan Wheeler, Adriana Bankston, C. A Stayart, et al. 2021. OSF. doi:10.17605/OSF.IO/DWNRK.
- Licensed open database: postdoclegal 1.0 CC BY 4.0 Github on ‘When Postdocs Go to Court’ (Jennifer Miller, Melania Abrahamian)
- Participated in Policy Chats (ASBMB, ASCB, AGU, Union of Concerned Scientists, ACS, NPA) and a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon (SACNAS, 500 women scientists) (2018-2021)
- Participated in Twitter account takeovers (IamSciComm, AGU_SciComm, realscientists, RecoveringAcad, SAi) on mentoring, communication, advocacy, mental health and career development (2017-2022)