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Research collaboration, including working together on grant proposals, papers, patents, or other outputs, is critical to 21st century STEM faculty careers. Collaboration drives funding and productivity for many STEM researchers. Yet, most research finds that collaboration patterns differ by race and gender, in ways that disadvantage women and members of racially minoritized groups. In addition, the pandemic has interrupted opportunities to connect with colleagues. How do STEM researchers at UMass see collaboration in the current moment?


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