Turing’s children: Representation of sexual minorities in STEM

15th December 2020, 1pm - 2pm (Irish Time)

Keynote Speaker: Dr Dario Sansone, Lecturer in Economics in the Business School, University of Exeter.

To watch a recording of Dario's presentation at this workshop, click here

A PDF of Dario's presentation slides is available here: Sansone presentation


Dr. Dario Sansone is a lecturer in the Department of Economics at the University of Exeter, UK. He received his undergraduate and master degree in Economics from the University of Turin in Italy, and his Ph.D. in Economics from Georgetown University in the US. He is an applied microeconomist with interests in LGBTQ issues, Machine Learning, Gender, and Education. He has recently co-authored research with Christopher S. Carpenter, Vanderbilt University, Tennessee entitled Turing’s children: Representation of sexual minorities in STEM about the under-representation of sexual minorities in STEM fields (https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0241596). Dr. Sansone will present the findings from this research at this webinar.


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Organisers: Mary O’Rourke LGBT Staff Network, Fiachra Ó Súilleabháin, School of Applied Social Studies and ISS21 Genders, Sexualities and Families Research Cluster and Ann King, Athena SWAN Project Officer, EDI Unit.

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