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STEM conference 2019: Self-efficacy: Empowering diversity in STEM recruitment

Much effort and many words have gone into the development of outreach materials to encourage young people to study STEM subjects at university. Even more effort and debate has been made to increase the appeal of these materials to both those from BAME groups and women. The aim of this research is to explore whether these materials have their desired effect which elements are effective in attracting the target groups and what materials in an increasingly digital age are relevant in forming career and university choices. This session presents our research and explores implications on addressing equality diversity and inclusion issues across STEM disciplines.

9.4a - Boyd.pdf
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