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Ramón Barthélemy shines a light on policies to support LGBT+ faculty and students in STEM

Dr. Ramón Barthélemy is currently an Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.
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Kimberly Scott investigates funding trends for girls and women of color in STEM

Kimberly A. Scott is Professor of women and gender studies in the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University (ASU) and the founding executive director of ASU’s Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology (CGEST).
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Allison Mattheis Looks at Understandings of Gender in STEM Higher Education Research

Dr. Allison Mattheis is an associate professor in the Division of Applied and Advanced Studies in Education at California State University Los Angeles, where she teaches courses in qualitative research methods and sociopolitical contexts of education.
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Beth Mitchneck Assesses Biases in Citation Analysis

Dr. Beth Mitchneck is a Professor Emerita in the School of Geography, Development, and Environment at the University of Arizona. She also was the lead program officer for the National Science Foundation’s ADVANCE program to promote gender equity in academic STEM.
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Teresa Nelson Wants to Develop Entrepreneurship Among Stem Women in Academia

Dr. Teresa Nelson is a Professor of Strategic Management at Simmons University, and is known globally for her scholarship related to women and gender and diversity in entrepreneurship and family business.
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Ramon Goings Shines a Spotlight on Stem Contingent Faculty Research

Dr. Ramon Goings is an Assistant Professor in the Language, Literacy, and Culture interdisciplinary doctoral program at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
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Joya Misra Wants to See Women as Senior Leaders in Academia

Dr. Joya Misra a Professor of Sociology and Public Policy at the University of Massachusetts.
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Ethel Mickey Examines Stem Faculty Networks

A sociologist studying gender, work and organizations, STEM, and social networks, Dr. Ethel Mickey is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Massachusetts Amherst with their ADVANCE Program.
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Cara Margherio Highlights the Importance of Intersectionality in Mentoring

As Assistant Director of the University of Washington Center for Evaluation & Research for STEM Equity (CERSE), Dr. Cara Margherio conducts research and evaluation to examine the mechanisms which may transform inequities within STEM higher education.
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ARC Network Virtual Visiting Scholar Ethel Mickey, PhD

As a Virtual Visiting Scholar in the 2018-2019 cohort, Dr. Ethel Mickey explored the implications of STEM faculty networks for career success through an intersectional gender lens.
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ARC Network Virtual Visiting Scholar Cara Margherio, PhD

Cara Margherio, PhD, Virtual Visiting Scholar, centered the experiences of women faculty of color in a meta-synthesis of the research on mentoring.
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New Directions for Research on Identity-Based Harassment Webinar

This webinar highlights the ARC Network 2019 Emerging Research Workshop report on new directions for research on identity-based harassment.
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Academic entrepreneurship in STEM: A meta-synthesis on the intersection of gender

Dr. Teresa Nelson discussed her VVS project on gender equity and academic entrepreneurship in STEM. Dr. Nelson shared her perspectives on future practice around research on and interventions around supporting faculty women’s entrepreneurship.
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Women Faculty of Color and Mentoring

The project of Cara Margherio, PhD, Virtual Visiting Scholar, centered the experiences of women faculty of color in a meta-synthesis of the research on mentoring. In this report, she shares her research on this topic over the past year.
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