Pride in STEM is a charitable trust run by an independent group of LGBT+ scientists & engineers from around the world. Proud of who we are and what we do. We aim to showcase and support all LGBT+ people in STEM fields.
Who We Are
Pride in STEM is a charitable trust run by an independent group of LGBT+ scientists & engineers from around the world. Proud of who we are and what we do.
By showing that not everyone working in STEM fits the same
As such, we’re here to share our voice as LGBT+ individuals in STEM who want to show that science is for everyone.
Variation for every scientific nation!
Pride in STEM works to highlight issues as well as strategies to bring those changes forward. Pride in STEM is there to give a platform and support for LGBTQ people in STEM so they can be visible, as well as to provide a voice for those members of our community who cannot safely be publicly out.
Pride in STEM is committed to support and deliver intersectional changes to STEM disciplines. Underrepresented groups might belong to different gender identities, have different gender expression, sexual orientations, ethnicities. They might have disabilities. They might belong to different socio-economic backgrounds. STEM needs to be accessible to all and all should feel that they belong in STEM.
Pride in STEM is a small
% of LGBTQ+ People in stem are out
% of United States Physicists are told to stay in the closet
% of transgender and non-conforming people were harassed in their department
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Welcome to the tenth volume of our monthly newsletter! To subscribe visit www.jiscmail.ac.uk/PRIDEINSTEM (1) Solidarity With #BlackLivesMatter We stand in solidarity with the Black community in Minneapolis and across the US resisting and fighting against police...
You might have noticed that Out Thinkers, our events in the UK, have all been cancelled. The cancellations have been absolutely necessary, physical distancing is key to protecting as many people as possible, in order to reduce the strain on the health system, and...
When we selected a date for the first International Day of LGBTQ+ people in STEM, our rationale was to find a time close enough to Pride Month that didn’t conflict with any other major events or days of celebration. Since the very beginning, we have discussed July...
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