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Subject: [DCHAS-L] STEM education/career and sci-fi association - study/survey - only 1-3 minutes, please take it
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2015 08:19:30 -0500
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From: Jonathan.Klane**At_Symbol_Here**

Hi all,

I am doing a study for my PhD program on whether there is an association between exposure to science fiction (sci-fi) in youth and subsequent college and/or a career in a STEM field (science, technology, engineering, math) like EHS. The survey is very brief and only takes 1-3 minutes to take. I'd greatly appreciate it if you'd be so kind to take it now and to share it with others (especially those who don't work in a STEM field to contrast with most of us). I'll be closing the survey at the end of the week so please don't delay. Here's the link to the survey:


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