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F. Abdurrahman, C. Turpen, and D. Sachmpazidi, PERC 2022 Proceedings, 24-29.
This work presents a case study of a team of students and faculty working to increase the diversity of their department through cultural change. We focus on the perspective of the…
  
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R. Dalka, C. Turpen, J. Corbo, and D. Craig, PERC 2022 Proceedings, 131-136.
This study aims to understand how physics faculty seeking guidance in making departmental changes related to recruitment and retention frame the challenges in their program. We focus…
  
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B. Gutmann and R. Rosenblatt, PERC 2022 Proceedings, 212-217.
Hispanic serving institutions (HSIs) are an increasingly large set of higher education institutions in the United States. From 2010-2020 the number of HSIs increased from 311 to 569.…
  
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R. McNeill, L. Leyva, G. White, and N. Mitchell, PERC 2022 Proceedings, 16-22.
In this paper, we advocate for inclusion of queer and trans* (QT) students in physics by promoting epistemic diversity. We draw on literature documenting racial epistemic oppression…
  
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K. Piatek-Jimenez, D. Keblbeck, and C. Medina Medina, PERC 2022 Proceedings, 359-364.
It is well documented that there is little diversity within physics at the undergraduate level in the United States, and this problem is amplified in graduate school and the…
  
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C. Porter, Z. Atiq, and E. Fletcher, PERC 2022 Proceedings, 365-370.
Recently, the "second quantum revolution” has been identified as crucial for technical innovation and a potential driver for workforce development and economic growth in the United…
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T. Dennehy and N. Dasgupta; Editor: S. Cheryan, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 114 (23), 5964-5969 (2017).
Scientific and engineering innovation is vital for American competitiveness, quality of life, and national security. However, too few American students, especially women, pursue…
Physical Review Physics Education Research
  
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D. Izadi, J. Willison, N. Finkelstein, C. Fracchiolla, and K. Hinko, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 18 (2), 020145 (2022).
Informal physics programs bring physicists together with youth and adults from local communities to engage with physics content outside of classroom settings. These public engagement…
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S. Cwik and C. Singh, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 18 (2), 020142 (2022).
Students’ self-efficacy in physics classes can play a key role in shaping course outcomes. Prior research has shown that women have a lower self-efficacy than men in calculus-based…
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Y. Ikkatai, A. Inoue, K. Kano, A. Minamizaki, E. McKay, and H. Yokoyama, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 17 (1), 010141 (2021).
Women are underrepresented in physics. Because of the structure of the Japanese educational system, more women must choose physics as a subject for university entrance exams to…
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