March 28, 2017

A new study analyzes the research outputs and impacts of men and women over the last 20 years across 12 countries/regions and 27 disciplines. 

The key findings (and corresponding section of the report) are listed below. Read the Inside Higher Ed article for an overview. Examine the full report in more detail.

November 7, 2016

The October 2016 issue of CEP, the professional magizine for the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, features an article co-authored by Lehigh's Vincent Grassi along with Zenaida Otero Gephardt (Rowan University),  Alon McCormick (University of Minnesota), Otis Shelton (formerly of Praxair, retired).

September 29, 2016

Have you wondered if the letter you are READING- or the letters you are WRITING - are inadvertently perpetuating implicit biases that could reduce the likelihood of the candidate getting a fair chance at the new opportunity?  This one pager summarizes some facts and ideas about letters of recommendation.

September 27, 2016

An Ivy League professor on why colleges don’t hire more faculty of color: ‘We don’t want them’
How much is implicit bias, how much is explicit bias?

September 20, 2016

Did you know the American Association of University Women offers funding opportunities for a wide variety of career stages and discilpines? Check it out, deadlines are August 1, 2016.

September 1, 2016

The new ADVANCE project coordinated by Lehigh University is accepting materials from the newly tenured and promoted associate professor women in STEM at the participating MAPWISELY institutions. Eligible participants were invited by the project designee (most often a vice or deputy provost for faculty affairs). The participants should make sure they complete a baseline survey and also submit their Faculty Success Fellowship Plan documents online.  More information for members of Cohort 1 can be found here

A shortcut to the two online collectors is below. 

August 25, 2016

NCWIT is the National Center for Women & Information Technology, a non-profit organization chartered in 2004 by the National Science Foundation to increase the participation of girls and women in computing. Before NCWIT was formed, programs focusing on women and computing (K-12, post secondary, or corporate) existed mostly in isolation, without the benefit of shared best practices, effective resources, communication with others, or national reach.  

August 23, 2016
New research found female academics more likely than male partners to turn down good academic jobs without a good opportunity for male partner.