Science on Tap WiS Survey
Other research staff
Non-binary/ third gender
Prefer not to say
Which of the following categories would you like to see become an event (or events) as part of the WiS Seminar Series?
Barriers to women
What are the barriers you find at the Martinos Center? A barrier is "a circumstance or obstacle that prevents professional progress or success."
Sexism, harassment, microaggressions, or gender discrimination
Fear factor and power dynamics when concerns of sexism involves male leadership
Absence of clear career advancement trajectory for research faculty
Lack of women role models and mentors
Lack of women in leadership roles
Gendered work roles/tasks (e.g. ordering supplies) and personal behavior expectations (e.g. needing to act more “masculine” to be heard)
Lack of metrics used to ensure professional equity
Male dominated/ focused science culture
Imposter Syndrome or self-sabotaging thoughts (e.g. “I am not qualified for this position”)
Exclusion from career enhancing opportunity (e.g. networking)
Lack of intersectional representation and awareness/sensitivity (e.g. impacts of race, ethnicity, age, etc)
Do any of your other identities (race/orientation/religion/socioeconomic status/etc) feel underrepresented related to your gender identity in this center?
If you answered yes to the previous question, how can we include you? (Contact us if you would like to advocate for this on the WiS committee!)
What do you need help with regarding all gender-related issues? (i.e. incognito reports of gender based conflicts in the workplace)
What ideas do you have to increase equity at the Martinos Center?
Anything else you would like to share with us?
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