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Gender

Anonymous Businesswoman Analyzing Statistical Business Reports on her Tablet PC at the Office, a Close Up
Nov 04, 2022
A discussion about senior-level careers in technology reflects larger debates in higher ed and society about work-life balance, different styles of leadership and—only subtly—gender.

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December 7, 2022
In collecting data on gender, we in higher ed should think carefully about what we’re asking and how the data will be used, write Jessica Taylor, Daniel Ginsberg and Aly W Corey.
November 4, 2022
A discussion about senior-level careers in technology reflects larger debates in higher ed and society about work-life balance, different styles of leadership and—only subtly—gender.
October 31, 2022
Two new studies show how bias against women in student ratings operates over time, worsening with critical feedback and instructor age.
September 29, 2022
New research by the Trevor Project shows that LGBTQ+ students are at significantly lower risk of suicide if their college offers mental health and LGBTQ+-specific resources.
August 9, 2022
One of many reasons to celebrate the CHIPS and Science Act is the inclusion of provisions that address sexual and sex-based harassment in science, Katherine Jordan writes.
July 12, 2022
Study finds that rubrics help fight gender bias in faculty hiring—to a degree.
June 23, 2022
Study compares scientific input to output, in the form of papers and patents, finding that women are “systematically” denied credit for their work. Other data suggest this is the result of implicit bias, which in turn offers insights into solutions.
May 25, 2022
Editors and event organizers should not accept proposals from researchers representing institutions with policies that discriminate against LGBTQ students and staff, Kim Manturuk writes.
April 19, 2022
Recognizing the boundaries of academic freedom is important to protecting it, Inara Scott writes.
March 31, 2022
Twenty-eight percent of academic women surveyed by Gallup say they’ve been passed over for promotion or advancement opportunities due to their gender. That’s a bigger share than female workers in the U.S. in general.

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