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Why mentoring matters more for marginalised groups in academia

   

Lessons from Donna Ginther’s pioneering research on bias

Donna Ginther has been at the forefront of studying inequalities in research careers for two decades.

A professor of economics and the director of the Institute for Policy and Social Research at the University of Kansas in the United States, Ginther has been instrumental in getting the National Science Foundation to make data on gender gaps in science publicly available.

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