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... While several National Academies reports have addressed underrepresentation of women in STEMM fields (see Appendix B for an overview of findings and recommendations from previous National Academies reports) , this report distinguishes itself by placing emphasis on the experiences of women of color and women from other marginalized groups who experience intensified biases and barriers.
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... Specifically, the nine recommendations and their associated implementation actions support a process by which datadriven accountability, committed leadership, and tangible rewards, resources, and recognition for equity and diversity efforts drive an iterative cycle that comprises four steps: (1) an institution, school, or department collects, analyzes, and monitors quantitative and qualitative data to diagnose issues specific to recruitment, retention, and advancement of both White women and women of color; (2)
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