* 1. What is your gender?

* 2. What is your current career status?

* 3. In which field of study do you consider yourself?

* 4. In what year did you or do you expect to graduate?

* 5. What gender are/were your advisors/mentors?

* 7. How many good mentors have you had?

* 9. Are there other scientists or persons with graduate degrees in your immediate family?

* 10. Were you encouraged throughout childhood/early adulthood to pursue your interests in science?

* 12. Have you ever thought of leaving science? If yes, then why? Select all that apply.

* 13. Rate how emotionally supportive each of the following has been to you.

  not supportive a little supportive somewhat supportive very supportive extremely supportive
family/significant other/close friends
academic peers/colleagues
academic advisor(s)
committee members/other collaborators
the community in your field
the scientific community as a whole

* 14. Put the following support systems in order of importance in contributing to your success, with 1 being the most important.

* 15. In general, are you proud of your scientific accomplishments?

* 16. Rank the following in order of importance in contributing to your success, with 1 being the most important and 4 being the least important.

* 17. In your opinion, which of the following support systems are critical for achieving a successful career in science?  Check all that apply.

* 18. In your experience, which one of the following could have been/be more supportive of you and your work? Select one.

* 19. Do you think that meetings/conferences should function to provide emotional support for members of your field?

* 20. Do you think that meetings/conferencesĀ do function to provide emotional support for members of your field?

* 21. Which statement best describes your attitude towards gender biases in science?

* 22. Have you personally experienced gender biases during your career?

* 23. In your opinion, in your field currently, are women and men equally represented?

Please answer the following questions if you are an academic PI who is currently (or was formerly) training graduate students

* 24. How many female students (M.S. and Ph.D.) have you graduated?

* 25. How many male students (M.S. and Ph.D.) have you graduated?

* 26. How many of your former female studentsĀ hold positions in

* 27. How many of your former male studentsĀ hold positions in

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