Calling all STEMM professionals!


Tell us about your experiences in online outreach and public engagement.

The survey closes on Friday 20 March.

You can take part in the survey here.

Responses to the survey will feed into ongoing research being conducted by STEMM-CHANGE, an EPSRC-funded project driving a positive change in culture and practices in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI).

In undertaking this research, STEMM-CHANGE hopes to better understand how the online presence of scientists, engineers, technicians, medics, and other researchers is evaluated and judged in global public spaces.

A key dimension of this study is looking at the digital discrimination, bias and harassment that may be experienced by professionals participating in these kinds of activities, and the hidden barriers to inclusion they potentially introduce when encountered.

The survey is completely anonymous – at no point will you be asked for your name or any personally identifiable information, including institutional or industrial affiliation.

For more information about this research and its role in the wider STEMM-CHANGE project at the University, please contact:

Dr. Clare Burrage, School of Physics & Astronomy
Professor Louise Mullany, School of English
Dr. Jacqueline Cordell, School of English