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Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: Disabled in Higher Ed
Conversations about the lack of diversity in academia need to include the needs and experiences of students and staff with disabilities.
Webinar Report: Promoting inclusion in science
In this webinar our speakers discussed how you can promote inclusivity within your institution.
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: Científico Latino
The application process for PhD programs in the United States disadvantages students from underrepresented groups.
Early-Career Advisory Group: Applications open for candidates to join in 2021
We’re looking for five early-career researchers to join our advisory group and help us realise our mission to transform research communication.
eLife Latest: Update on our actions to promote equity, diversity and inclusion
In the first of what will be twice-yearly reports, we outline the progress and ongoing work at eLife to tackle inequalities in research and publishing.
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: GenderInSITE
Phyllis Kalele describes how family responsibilities, a lack of mentorship, and ‘old boys’ clubs’ are some of the challenges faced by women working in science across the African continent.
Ben Barres Spotlight Awards 2020: Announcing the winners
Ten researchers have been recognised in the second edition of the Ben Barres Spotlight Awards.
Early-Career Advisory Group: A review of 2019–2020
The group looks back on its work in the last year advocating for early-career researchers.
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: The STEM Village
Matthew Sinton, founder of The STEM Village, describes how to make academic spaces more inclusive for the LGBTQ+ community.
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: ASPIRES
A longitudinal survey of young people in the UK has found that girls, working-class and minority ethnic students feel they have to work harder to be seen as ‘authentic’ science students.
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