WISC network development survey

By completing this survey you are giving your permission for WISC founding members (including J. Hiscock, C. Haynes, A. McConnell, C. Caltagirone, E. Draper, M. Kieffer, K. Hutchins, D. Walker, J. Leigh) to use the anonymised data you provide in order to promote and instruct the development of the WISC network through public dissemination. Un-anonymised data will only be accessible to those founding members listed above. This survey has ethical approval through the Centre for the Study of Higher Education, University of Kent.

We will comply with the University of Kent's GDPR and data handling policy at all times.

If you have any questions please contact Dr Jennifer Leigh WISC Vice-Chair (People) j.s.leigh@kent.ac.uk

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* 1. What is your career stage

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* 2. What is your gender?

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* 3. How do you identify your ethnicity? How do you identify your race? Do you have any other protected EDI (equality, diversity and inclusion) characteristics?

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* 4. We would like to ask you some questions about covid-19, lockdown and the return to the labs. Please tell us about your experiences – were you furloughed? If so, how was it, do you think it will have an impact on your career? If not, how was it working from home? Was it your choice to be furloughed or not? How are you dealing with the return to the labs?

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* 5. Do you have any caring responsibilities? If so, what are they, and how did these affect your experiences of lockdown and returning to labs? If not, do you think colleagues with caring responsibilities were treated differently from those without? If so, how?

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* 6. Do you feel as though you have support from your friends and family to pursue a career in chemistry?

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* 7. We would like to ask you some questions about publishing, and how you choose to submit to one journal over another. What are the factors that might influence you? Have you had any particularly good or bad experiences of submitting papers and receiving reviews?

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* 8. The Royal Society of Chemistry published a report (https://www.rsc.org/new-perspectives/talent/gender-bias-in-publishing/) that showed that there is bias against women and those who are marginalised at every stage of the publishing process in the chemical sciences. What do you think about the current system of reviews is fair, and what do you think could make it fairer for all?

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* 9. Please tell us if you have any other thoughts or ideas about how you would like to see the WISC Network support the retention and progression of women scientists in supramolecular chemistry

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* 10. If you would like to be kept updated on the progress of this network, please provide your email address

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