Research ArticleSOCIAL SCIENCES

Coming out in STEM: Factors affecting retention of sexual minority STEM students

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Science Advances  14 Mar 2018:
Vol. 4, no. 3, eaao6373
DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aao6373
  • Fig. 1 Proportion of students who aspired to a STEM degree at college entry, in 2011, and who also indicated a STEM major at the end of their fourth year, in 2015, in total and disaggregated by sexual minority status.

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    table S1. List of STEM majors.

    table S2. Hierarchical generalized linear model predicting likelihood of participation in an undergraduate research experience (n = 4162).

    table S3. Hierarchical generalized linear model predicting likelihood of persistence in a STEM degree after 4 years (n = 4162).

    table S4. List of all variables included in modeling and respective coding.

    table S5. Descriptive statistics for all variables included in HGLM.

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    • table S1. List of STEM majors.
    • table S2. Hierarchical generalized linear model predicting likelihood of participation in an undergraduate research experience (n = 4162).
    • table S3. Hierarchical generalized linear model predicting likelihood of persistence in a STEM degree after 4 years (n = 4162).
    • table S4. List of all variables included in modeling and respective coding.
    • table S5. Descriptive statistics for all variables included in HGLM.
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