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Graduate student population is diversifying, but not enough intentional resources are given to support minority graduate students.The need to publish during graduate school in order to have a chance for an academic career generates inequalities. Publishers and editors need to be more intentional in creating paid positions and recruiting submissions from a diversity of graduate students.We encourage more minority students to share their stories and form interdisciplinary support groups beyond a single institution or country context.
Wong, Ryan S.C. and Martensen, Kayla M.. Let's Start Talking: A Reflective Essay on Minority Students' Experiences in Academic Spaces, Publishing, and Journal Involvement. Learned Publishing, 35, 3: 413 - 417, 2022. Retrieved from Loyola eCommons, Criminal Justice & Criminology: Faculty Publications & Other Works, http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/leap.1471
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