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American Geophysical Union places harassment, bullying, and discrimination on par with falsification, fabrication, and plagiarism
An initial roster consisting only of men did not go over well at all.
Then a lecherous professor made her life hell...
Researchers seeking science funding can be big losers in the equality and diversity game.
Why the view that women are gentle, caring and empathetic, whereas men are strong, rational and dominant, is misguided.
A physics professor explains why male scientists devalue research that shows gender bias in the field.
Companies get better results when they ease up on the control tactics. It’s more effective to engage managers in solving the problem, expose them to people from different groups, and encourage social accountability for change.
Disputed internal study implies institute favored big labs run by men
A former Google engineer’s memo on diversity reveals psychological blind spots, not biological differences, says Debbie Chachra.
New paper illustrates the brutal and sexist comments faced by women in economics, and likely other fields as well.
A new study analyzes how economists talk about each other in an online forum, and finds unmistakable signs of hostility toward women.
Cathleen S. Morawetz, the first female mathematician to receive the National Medal of Science, died Aug. 8 at 94.
These are some issues that males simply do not have to face. The "anxiety gap" exists for a reason, and it is not about biology.
Don't be taken in by the memo’s faux-reasonable tone.
Support for the Google ‘manifesto’ on gender difference recalls the rationale of eugenics.
In the past few months, three high-profile science conferences have ignited internet ire for their lack of representation of women.
New study of harassment of graduate students by faculty members suggests that the problem is worse -- both in level of offense and prevalence of repeat offenders -- than many believe.
“My university's resources to combat abusive supervisors are laughably ineffective.”
Two top scientists are suing their employer, the Salk Institute, alleging that they and other women have suffered long-term gender discrimination at the renowned California research center.
39 percent reported having been verbally harassed and 9 percent said they had suffered physical harassment at work.