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LGBT+ Inclusivity in Physics and Astronomy: A Best Practices Guide

@article{Ackerman2018LGBTII,
  title={LGBT+ Inclusivity in Physics and Astronomy: A Best Practices Guide},
  author={N. Ackerman and T. Atherton and Adrian Ray Avalani and Christine Berven and T. Laskar and A. Neunzert and D. Parno and M. Ramsey-Musolf},
  journal={arXiv: Physics Education},
  year={2018}
}
  • N. Ackerman, T. Atherton, +5 authors M. Ramsey-Musolf
  • Published 2018
  • Mathematics, Physics
  • arXiv: Physics Education
  • We present the second edition of a Best Practices Guide for academic departments and other institutions striving to create more inclusive environments for physicists and astronomers in the LGBT+ community. Our recommendations incorporate new research since the original, 2014 edition, and are designed for anyone who wishes to become aware of -- and help mitigate -- the extra burdens that face members of the LGBT+ community in the physical sciences. 
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