This year, MAP ran a survey on the topic of graduate student service work recognition and compensation, hypothesizing that graduate students from marginalized groups are burdened with under-recognized and under-compensated service work in their departments. What we found strongly supported the claim that graduate students from marginalized groups are shouldering a disproportionately heavy load of service work, and in most departments, this work is unpaid and not even informally recognized.
The full report -- including discussion of the methodology of our survey, results, and policy recommendations -- is embedded below, and a PDF can be downloaded here.
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