PUBLICATIONS ON DIVERSITY AND EQUALITY IN STEM
A number of articles and editorials have been published in recent years that cover the subjects of equality, inclusion and diversity in chemistry and STEM. The following list is intended as a resource for those who want to learn more about these topics.
Opinion: African researchers should stand their ground in global knowledge production
PROF CORLI WITTHUHN
University of the Free State, August 2022
The Social Research Association (SRA)
The Social Research Association, June 2022
Decision-making factors of female A-level chemistry students when choosing to study a degree in chemistry
Rachel Crossdale , Fraser J. Scott and Gemma Sweeney
CAN U.S. PHYSICS OVERCOME ITS RECORD OF EXCLUSION?
Science, Vol 375, Issue 6584, 1st March 2022
Extension request avoidance predicts greater time stress among women
Ashley V. Whillansa, Jaewon Yoona, Aurora Tureka and Grant E. Donnellyb
PNAS, 1st November 2021
‘Academics should be rewarded for supporting careers of others’
Research Professional News, 7th October 2021
The need to recognize and reward academic service
Teaching Equity in Chemistry
Danny Doucette. Abigail R. Daane, Angela Flynn, Chris Gosling, Dana Hsi, Clausell Mathis, Andrew Morrison, Shinae Park, Moses Rifkin and Johan Tabora
Journal of Chemical Education, 12th August 2021
Responses to 10 common criticisms of antiracism action in STEMM
Maya L. GosztylaI, Lydia Kwong, Naomi A. Murray, Claire E. Williams, Nicholas Behnke, Porsia Curry6, Kevin D. Corbett, Karen N. SouzaI, Julia Gala de PabloI, Joanina Gicobi, Monica JavidniaI, Navina Lotay, Sidney Madison Prescott, James P. Quinn, Zeena M. G. Rivera, Markia A. Smith, Karen T. Y. Tang, Aarya Venkat, Megan A. Yamoah
PLOS, 15th July 2021
Nothing About Us Without Us – Towards Genuine Inclusion of Disabled Scientists and Science Students Post Pandemic
Dr. Julia P. Sarju
Chemistry Europe, 8th June 2021
Recognition of academia’s ‘invisible labour’ is long overdue
Shari Boodts and Fleur Jongepier
THE Campus, 6th June 2021
Teaching with and supporting teachers with dyslexia in higher education
Lived experiences of ableism in academia,
ISBN: 978-1447354130, 25th May 2021
Lived Experiences of Ableism in Academia
Strategies for Inclusion in Higher Education
ISBN: 978-1447354130, 25th May 2021
Ableism in Academia - Theorising experiences of disabilities and chronic illnesses in higher education
Nicole Brown and Jennifer Leigh
UCL press, 5th October 2020
UK chemistry pipeline loses almost all of its BAME students after undergraduate studies
Gender gap in chemistry journals hasn’t improved in 15 years
Chemistry & Engineering News, 23th August 2020
Exploring perceptions of and supporting dyslexia in teachers in higher education in STEM
Jennifer Hiscock and Jennifer Leigh
Innovations in Education and Teaching International , 14th May 2020
Why are there still so few black scientists in the UK?
The Observer, Sat 10 Apr 2021 16.00 BST.
A longer shortlist increases the consideration of female candidates in male-dominant domains
Brian J. Lucas, Zachariah Berry, Laura M. Giurge and Dolly Chugh
Nat. Hum. Behav. 2021.
Organic Chemistry: A Retrosynthetic Approachto a Diverse Field
Laura K. G. Ackerman-Biegasiewicz, Daniela M. Arias-Rotondo, Kyle F. Biegasiewicz, Elizabeth Elacqua, Matthew R. Golder, Laure V. Kayser, Jessica R. Lamb, Christine M. Le, Nathan A. Romero, Sidney M. Wilkerson-Hill, and Dwight A. Williams
ACS Centr. Sci. 2020, 6, 1845-1850.
The Chemistry Women Mentorship Network (ChemWMN): A Tool for Creating Critical Mass in Academic Chemistry
Brandi M. Cossairt, Jillian L. Dempsey and Elizabeth R. Young
Inorg. Chem. 2019, 58, 12493–12496.