Strategies for making geoscience PhD recruitment more equitable

FERNANDO, Benjamin, DOWEY, Natasha, SOUCH, Catherine, ROGERS, Steven, HOUGHTON, Jacqueline, BARCLAY, Jenni, MILLS, Keely, BROTHERSON, Louisa, ROCKEY, Francisca, NEWTON, Alicia, CHILDS, Ethny, WILLIAMS, Rebecca, GILES, Sam, RAJI, Munira, LAWRENCE, Anya, JACKSON, Christopher and KHATWA, Anjana (2022). Strategies for making geoscience PhD recruitment more equitable. [Pre-print] (Unpublished)

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Geoscience is one of the least diverse science disciplines in the Global North in terms of ethnic minority representation. Over recent years, efforts to improve access and participation in the geosciences have increased, with funding bodies recognizing the need to invest in this work. This article discusses the research undertaken within the EQUATOR project and some proposed solutions.

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Date Deposited: 01 Dec 2022 15:45
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