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Jeremy Yoder
Minneapolis-based evolutionary biologist, runner, writer, gay. Not necessarily in that order.
Minneapolis-based evolutionary biologist, runner, writer, gay. Not necessarily in that order.


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The Queer in STEM 2.0 survey finished collecting responses over the Christmas holiday, with a total of 3,884 participants! Many thanks to everyone who shared their experiences with us. We'll begin analysis soon, and keep you updated on our findings right he...

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If you haven't taken the new survey yet, now is the time!
The response to the new Queer in STEM survey has been fantastic — so far we've had thousands of responses from LGBTQ and straight-identified professionals working in every STEM field, across both academia and industry. But we're not closing the survey yet, ...

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Queer in STEM in Chemical Engineering News
The latest issue of Chemical Engineering News has an in-depth article about LGBTQ experiences in chemistry careers , particularly focusing on individual people's stories. Nine months pregnant, Kyle F. Trenshaw recently grappled with what to wear to a job in...

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Queer in STEM in <i>Wired</i>
In a great new article for Wired Magazine , Sarah Scoles covers the history of Queer in STEM and our new survey . Scoles talked to Allison, Joey, Daniel, and Jeremy, as well as other LGBTQ scientists including Alex Bond and LGBT STEM creator Elizabeth Helle...

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A word (or many) about the survey
Since we've opened the new Queer in STEM survey yesterday, we've been overwhelmed by the initial response. Thousands of people have visited the study website, and hundreds of folks have answered the survey already. We've also had folks raise concerns with a...

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Take the Queer in STEM 2.0 survey!
As we announced last week, we're launching Queer in STEM 2.0 today ! Instructions for taking the survey, and how to help spread the word to other people who should take it, are under the "Take the Survey" tab in the navigation bar above, or just click here ...

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Introducing Queer in STEM 2.0
Three years ago, we launched Queer in STEM to take the first in-depth look at the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, or queer-identified (LGBTQ) professionals working in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) fields. Today we are...

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Queer in STEM in Nature News
Marla Broadfoot has a very nice article in Nature News about the results reported in our newly published paper . The results indicated that the majority of the respondents (57%) were out to half or more of their colleagues, a greater proportion than the 47%...

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First peer-reviewed paper reporting Queer in STEM survey results
We're delighted to announce that the first formal academic paper reporting results from the Queer in STEM survey has been published online ahead of print in the Journal of Homosexuality . The points covered in the paper will look familiar to those of you wh...

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Queer in STEM in <i>New Scientist</i>
The November 8 edition of New Scientist has an in-depth article about queer experiences in scientific workplaces , featuring interviews with Jeremy and with oSTEM President Eric Patridge, the lead author of the study based on Campus Pride survey data . A la...
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