Compiled by our colleagues at oSTEM @ Brown.
In the literature:
- Coming out in STEM: Factors affecting retention of sexual minority STEM students
- Excluded, intimidated and harassed: LGBT physicists face discrimination
- Navigating the heteronormativity of engineering: the experiences of lesbian, gay, and bisexual students
- Exploring Relationships Between Sexual Orientation and Satisfaction with Faculty and Staff Interactions
- What matters in college for retaining aspiring scientists and engineers from underrepresented racial groups
- The (Mis)Framing of Social Justice: Why Ideologies of Depoliticization and Meritocracy Hinder Engineers’ Ability to Think About Social Injustices
- The State of Higher Education for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender People 2010
In the media:
- Is Science Too Straight?
- LGBTQ scientists are still left out
- Women and Men in STEM Often at Odds Over Workplace Equity
- Women in STEM see more gender disparities at work, especially those in computer jobs, majority-male workplaces
- Why is Science so Straight?
- Women and Minorities in STEM Face More Bias, But White Men Think They’re the Victims