Lawsuit in sexual harassment and retaliation trial in New York. Link to article here. (July 27th, 2018)
Assistant Professor wins the case against Columbia Business School and former colleague. The case lasted more than two weeks in U.S. District Court in New York.
Why Women Volunteer for Tasks That Don’t Lead to Promotions. Link to article here. (July 16th, 2018)
In this article in the Harvard Business Review, the authors discuss how women are more likely to volunteer for work which no one else volunteered for and which has little to no impact on their career.
Wielding Data, Women Force a Reckoning Over Bias in the Economics Field. Link to article here. (Jan 10th, 2018)
This article in the New York Times discusses the research presented at the American Economic Association panel in Philadelphia 2018 and the barriers and biases women have to deal with in the economics world.
Women Are Invited to Give Fewer Talks Than Men at Top U.S. Universities. Link to article here. (December 18th, 2017)
From the Atlantic, this article discusses the problem that not enough women are invited to discuss their research at the top universities.
A Scientific Society defines Sexual Harassment as Sexual Misconduct. Link to article here. (September 20th, 2017)
As highlighted in Science Magazine, The American Geophysical Union adopts a new policy that recognizes the destructive effects of sexual harassment to both the person(s) involved and also to the entire department.
How to get tenure (if you’re a woman). Link to article here (April 19th, 2016)
From ForeignPolicy.com, this article is a great overview of the issues women face, along with a helpful set of tips.
A humorous blog post about male privilege and networks. (March 6th, 2016)
Is the Professor Bossy or Brilliant? Much Depends on Gender. Link to article here. (February 6th, 2015)
An interesting article in the New York Times from Claire Cain Miller with some interesting data.