Bias and Stereotype Threat in Science, Engineering, Trades and Technology Companies Literature Review 2018 This literature review is focused on issues of bias, discrimination and attitudes towards women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) professions and ways that some workplaces have actively diminished these issues. Credit: Unknown Date: 2018 View
How Gender and Race Stereotypes Impact the Advancement of Scholars in STEM: Professors’ Biased Evaluations of Physics and Biology Post-Doctoral Candidates The study examines how intersecting stereotypes about gender and race influence faculty perceptions of post-doctoral candidates in STEM fields in the United States. Credit: Asia A. Eaton, Jessica F. Saunders, Ryan K. Jacobson, Keon West […]
GBA+, EDI, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Equality, Online Learning Free online resources Credit: Government of Canada – Canada Reseach Chairs View
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