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Congratulations for the initiative. You may also be curious to read about
several other forms of discrimination in academia:

Matheus C. Carvalho
Centre for Coastal Biogeochemistry, Southern Cross University, Australia
Editor for Plos ONE and HardwareX (Elsevier)

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On Thu, Jun 10, 2021 at 10:09 PM Griffith, Elizabeth M. <
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> Hello Isogeochem,
> While studies suggest that the LGBTQIA+ community is underrepresented and
> marginalized in STEM fields overall, little data has been gathered to
> assess the concerns of this community within the Earth and Planetary
> Sciences.
> If you are an LGBTQIA+ student, academic, and/or professional in the
> earth or planetary sciences, please consider responding to the anonymous
> survey linked .
> This survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. No personally
> identifiable information will be collected. Survey participants must be 18
> years or older.
> Link to survey:
> We are three LGBTQIA+ graduate students advised by two ally professors
> within the School of Earth Sciences at The Ohio State University. We are
> conducting this survey to assess how visible LGBTQIA+ people feel, their
> experiences with harassment or discrimination, and their perception of
> department/workplace policies within the Earth and Planetary Sciences
> field. With this study, we hope to fill an important gap in knowledge about
> the climate for LGBTQIA+ people in our field, and offer suggestions for
> what policies or strategies could improve it.
> Thank you for your time and consideration. If you are aware of any other
> individuals or organizations that may be interested in this survey, please
> share this message. If you have any questions or feedback about this study,
> you may contact the investigators listed below:
> This research has been determined exempt from IRB review under number
> 2021E0527.
> Sincerely,
> Teresa Avila (she/her), [log in to unmask]
> Brandon Bell (he/him), [log in to unmask]
> Oliver McLellan (they/them), [log in to unmask]
> This study is advised by:
> Dr. Elizabeth Griffith (she/her), [log in to unmask]
> Dr. Audrey Sawyer (she/her), [log in to unmask]
> School of Earth Sciences
> The Ohio State University