Datasets on perception of female Geoscience students by faculty staff in Africa.

Published: 24 November 2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/4wcc66b6d4.2
Mary Immaculate Neh Fru,
Adeoye Olugbemi Oshomoji,
kamaldeen Omosanya,
Ganiyu Omotola Mosuro,
Muhedeen Ajibola Lawal ,
Ovie Emmanuel Eruteya,
Otobong Sunday Ndukwe ,
Phathutshedzo Eugene Ratshiedana,
Oussou Ahmed,
Maropene Rapholo


These datasets consist of responses from two surveys that were administered to understand the perspective of female Geoscience students by faculty staff in Africa. The first data includes responses from academic professionals working in Universities and other geoscientists working in research institutes, geological surveys, geoscience organizations and in consultancy. While the second data consists of responses from current and students graduated from geoscience programs in Africa who are currently living in Africa and in the diaspora. Both surveys were administered online using google forms and completed anonymously. The project URL is



Social Sciences, Geology, Economic Geology, Geophysics, Education, Climatology, African Geology, Academic Curriculum, Gender, Educational Management