Ensuring that all women and non-binary students and postdocs have what they need to thrive cannot be about “fixing the learner.” Our community must work to change the systems (policies, procedures, and cultural norms) that create inequitable advantages for learners from dominant cultures.

WISE conducts research on the STEM experiences of students, works with faculty and administrators to improve the climate for learners from marginalized communities, and partners with other units focused on STEM equity.

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