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Open Access Beyond the binary: Building LGBTQ-inclusive classrooms and workplaces in STEM

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Beyond the binary: Building LGBTQ-inclusive classrooms and workplaces in STEM – Presentation delivered at the STEM Gender Equality Congress, June 8th and 9th at the SeminarisCampus Hotel, Berlin Germany
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Keywords: DIVERSITY; GENDER EQUALITY; GENDER EQUITY; IMPLICIT BIAS; INCLUSION; LGBT; RESEARCH FUNDING; STEM; STEMM; UNCONCIOUS BIAS

Document Type: Conference Report

Publication date: 2017-06-01

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