The Critical Role of Race-related Stress and Racial Activism on STEM Graduate Students’ Career Aspirations: An Intersectional Perspective

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2024-01-03
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Monroe-White, Thema
Mcgee, Ebony
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This study explores the intersectionality of race, gender, and racialized experiences on career aspirations of racially underrepresented STEM students. Racial activism predicts academic career interest, while gender disparities persist. Race-related stress impacts entrepreneurship and mental health. Tailored support mechanisms are needed to address challenges faced by female and Black students. Understanding these dynamics promotes equity in STEM.
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Gender and Technology, gender, mental health, race, racial activism, stem careers
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10 pages
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Proceedings of the 57th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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