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NameAffiliationDescriptionWebsite/blog URLTwitter handleEmail address
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Alecia Carter
Institut des Sciences de l'Évolution, Université de Montpellier
project on question-asking behaviour at seminars
http://draleciacarter.strikingly.com/
@alecia_carter
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Alyssa Croft
Department of Psychology, University of Arizona
project on question-asking behaviour at seminarshttp://croft.lab.arizona.edu/@DrAlyssaCroft
alyssac [@] email.arizona.edu
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Ambika Kamath
Compiled resources on understanding and promoting diversity in academia
https://ambikamath.wordpress.com/resources/
@ambikamath
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Athene DonaldUniversity of Cambridge
Gender Equality Champion, interested in issues around women in science
http://occamstypewriter.org/about/athene-donalds-blog/
@AtheneDonald
amd3 [@] cam.ac.uk
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Carole LeeUniversity of Washington
Investigating how anticipated reception of one's contributions can lead to under-representation of women in science
http://faculty.washington.edu/c3/c3 [@] uw.edu
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Dieter Lukas
Department of Human Behaviour, Ecology and Culture, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
project on question-asking behaviour at seminarshttp://dieterlukas.strikingly.com/@DieterLukas
dieter_lukas [@] eva.mpg.de
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Dorothy BishopUniversity of OxfordHas blogged about gender in academia
http://deevybee.blogspot.com/2012/03/cmon-sisters-speak-out.html
@deevybee
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Erin HengelUniversity of Liverpool
Investigated gender discrimination at the top economics journals
http://www.erinhengel.com/@erinhengel
erin.hengel [@] liverpool.ac.uk
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Gillian SandstromDepartment of Psychology, University of Essex
Primary research: social connection; project on question-asking behaviour at seminars
@GillianSocial
gsands [@] essex.ac.uk
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James DavenportProject on who asks questions at astronomy meetings@jradavenport
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Janet Holmes
School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, Victoria University of Wellington
Primary research: Language and gender
https://www.victoria.ac.nz/lals/about/staff/janet-holmes
janet.holmes [@] vuw.ac.nz
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Jess WadeImperial Collegewrote 270 Wikipedia pages for female scientists
https://makingphysicsfun.com/jess-outreach-blog/
@jesswade
jessica.wade [@] imperial.ac.uk
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Joan WilliamsUC Hastings College of the Law
Has "reshaped the conversation on work, gender, and class"
http://www.uchastings.edu/faculty/williams/index.php
@JoanCWilliams
williams [@] uchastings.edu
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Liam Kofi BrightCarnegie Mellon University
Investigating how anticipated reception of one's contributions can lead to under-representation of women in science
https://www.liamkofibright.com/@lastpositivist
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Michelle RyanUniversity of Exeter
Work on glass cliff, whereby women (and members of other minority groups) are more likely to be placed in leadership positions which are risky or precarious
http://psychology.exeter.ac.uk/staff/index.php?web_id=michelle_ryan
@shellkryan
M.Ryan [@] exeter.ac.uk
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Natalie Telis
Project about question-answer behavior at conferences
https://telis.blog/2017/11/06/questions-and-answers-about-questions/
@NatalieTelis
natalie.telis+wp@gmail.com
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Pamela Stone
Hunter College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York
Writing on gender inequality in employment, pay equity, and the work-family interface
http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/sociology/faculty/pamela-stone
@HunterSociology
pstone [@] hunter.cuny.edu
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Roger KievitProject about question-asking behaviourhttp://rogierkievit.com/@rogierK
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Sarah RugheimerSt Andrews UniversityCompiled list of Women in STEM resources
https://www.cfa.harvard.edu/~srugheimer/Women_in_STEM_Resources.html
@SarahRugheimer
srugheimer [@] st-andrews.ac.uk
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Stepfanie AguillonCornell UniversityCompiled readings on diversity in sciencestepfanieaguillon.com @s_m_aguillon
sma256@cornell.edu
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Erin HennesPurdue University
Working on Video Interventions for Diversity in STEM project
https://henneslab.wixsite.com/scsj
ehennes [@] purdue.edu
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Corinne Moss-RacusinSkidmore College
https://www.skidmore.edu/psychology/faculty/moss-racusin.php
cmossrac [@] skidmore.edu
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Victoria BrescollYale School of Management
https://som.yale.edu/faculty/victoria-l-brescoll
@VBrescoll
victoria.brescoll [@] yale.edu
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Evava Pietri
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
One line of research aims to address negative beliefs directed at women in the sciences by employing a diversity intervention that teaches about gender bias and ultimately reduces this bias using visual media
https://www.pietrilab.com/research
epietri [@] iupui.edu
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Evelyn Carterdiversity consultinghttp://www.evelyn-carter.com/@drevvycarter
evelyn.carter10 [@] gmail.com
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Dr Katherine WoolfUniversity College London
Research on ethnicity and progression in medical education (including academic attainment, and recruitment).
https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=KWOOL71
@kathwoolf
k.woolf@ucl.ac.uk
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Dr Emily UnwinUniversity College LondonGender and performance in medical education
https://www.linkedin.com/in/emily-unwin-17060027/?originalSubdomain=uk
Emily_Unwin
emily.unwin.12@ucl.ac.uk
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Kuheli DuttColumbia University
Diversity Officer for Lamont-Doherty, and author of "Women in the Geosciences" and "Gender Differences in Letters of Recommendation for Postdoctoral Fellowships in Geoscience"
https://diversity.ldeo.columbia.edu
kdutt@ldeo.columbia.edu
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