Recognizing Women Leaders in Fire Science: Revisited
AbstractIn August, 2018, an editorial in Fire entitled Recognizing Women Leaders in Fire Science was published. This was intended to ignite a conversation into diversity in fire science by highlighting several women leaders in fire research and development. This editorial was released alongside a new Topical Collection in Fire called Diversity Leaders in Fire Science. The response on social media was fantastic, leading to numerous recommendations of women leaders in fire science that had been inadvertently missed in the first editorial. In this editorial, we acknowledge 145 women leaders in fire science to promote diversity across our disciplines. Fire is continually committed to improving diversity and inclusion in all aspects of the journal and welcomes perspectives, viewpoints, and constructive criticisms to help advance that mission. View Full-Text
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Smith, A.M.; Strand, E.K. Recognizing Women Leaders in Fire Science: Revisited. Fire 2018, 1, 45.
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Smith, Alistair M.; Strand, Eva K. 2018. "Recognizing Women Leaders in Fire Science: Revisited." Fire 1, no. 3: 45.
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