Thursday, May 14, 2020
These recent articles offer valuable insights, strategies, and reminders that inequities persist at multiple levels. Our capacity to thrive inclusively depends on addressing these issues. The way higher ed policies emerge from the pandemic can support a more diverse and welcoming research and learning environment.
STEM Equity and Inclusion (Un)Interrupted?
com/views/2020/05/13/ensuring- pandemic-doesnt-negatively- impact-women-stem-especially- those-color
Underrepresented scholars outperform majority peers in terms of novel research, but they don't reap the same rewards https://www.
insidehighered.com/news/2020/ 04/16/underrepresented- scholars-outperform-majority- peers-terms-novel-research
com/news/2020/04/21/early- journal-submission-data- suggest-covid-19-tanking- womens-research-productivity
and also covered: https://www.thelily.
com/women-academics-seem-to- be-submitting-fewer-papers- during-coronavirus-never-seen- anything-like-it-says-one- editor/
When women don't speak out: https://magazine.byu.edu/
article/when-women-dont-speak/ ?fbclid=IwAR26Wpg- eyeXz2qwfZPPweZKGIXxW83o4O4esp lXQI5_3DgshFx0Bg_lXJA