Nuffield Foundation

Project Final Report

Smith, E. and White, P. (2018) The employment trajectories of Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics graduates. Full Report. Executive Summary.

Journal Articles

Smith, E. and White, P. (online) 'Where do all the STEM graduates go? Higher education, the labor market and career trajectories in the United Kingdom', Journal of Science Education and Technology. Available here: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10956-018-9741-5

Smith, E. and White, P., (2016): A ‘great way to get on’? The early career destinations of science, technology, engineering and mathematics graduates, Research Papers in Education, 32(2), pp. 231-253. DOI: 10.1080/02671522.2016.1167236

Smith, E. (2017) 'Shortage or surplus? A long-term perspective on the supply of scientists and engineers in the USA and the UK',  Review of Education, 5 (2), pp. 171-199, DOI: 10.1002/rev3.3091

Conference Presentations

Smith, E. and White, P. (2018) 'What happens to graduate scientists? A British perspective on the STEM skills shortage debate', American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New York, 13th to 17th April 2018.

Smith, E. (2014) 'Using secondary data to examine inequalities in STEM education and careers', School of Education, University of Durham, July 2014.

Smith, E. (2014) 'Is there a shortage of scientists? Examining inequalities in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education and careers', British Educational Research Association Conference and the European Conference on Educational Research, September 2014.

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