Are you a student studying a STEM subject or have you recently graduated in STEM? We want to hear from you!
Please take part in our University of Glasgow ethically approved research funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF), that looks at inequalities in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education and the transition to STEM employment in India, Rwanda and the UK. We are looking for undergraduates and recent graduates in all STEM disciplines in Rwanda, India and the UK to complete a survey that will take around 20-30 mins. Participation in the research is anonymous, voluntary, and confidential. You will have right to withdraw at any time, and the data collected will not be linked back to you in any way. However, this research and your participation is really important to understand and tackle inequalities in STEM.
By completing the survey and entering your email address at the end - which will be stored securely and separately from your responses - you will be entered into a prize draw and could win up to £50 in vouchers!
To take part in the research, complete the survey here: https://glasgow-research.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/experiences-in-stem-survey
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