Also this week: how to be an ally to minority scholars; on fiscal-literacy programs and poor-blaming; and who says there aren't enough accomplished female scientists?
Also this week: the importance of mentoring people who aren’t like you; when a professor is a victim of a racial slur; why you should think like a nonagenarian.
Also this week: Why struggling against overwhelming odds is bad for you; CEO superheroes and supervillains; and other news.
Also this week: Why men should stop equating women with farm animals; landmark rulings on LGBT rights; and other news.
Also this week: when students stereotype professors; the link between sexism and rodents of usual size.
Also this week: why flex-time policies favor men; the gender pay gap in the professoriate.
Also this week: diversity officers under Trump; a look at how far women have come and far we still have to go; what songbirds can teach us about diversity and problem-solving.
Each week, we read news about hiring, diversity, and the workplace, so you don’t have to. This week: A day without women; strategies for shrinking the gender gap; why black workers hired by referral are more apt to be promoted.
Each week, we read news about hiring, diversity, and the workplace, so you don’t have to. Also his week: proof that age discrimination exists; the bias against black women with natural hair; how to respond when a co-worker makes an inappropriate comment; and more.
What are the best ways to ask and answer questions about race, ethnicity, and inclusion?
Plenty of women are earning Ph.D.s in a variety of disciplines yet too many conference panels still feature only men.
Also in our weekly roundup of the best conversations from The Chronicle's discussion forums: how to write a diversity statement.
A study finds the pervasive misuse of test scores and too much homophily.
The students’ “Call to Action” listed some two dozen recent microaggressions and acts of bias — including my course.
What we need is a major coordinated national effort that says “this is happening, and your institution should get on board, or else.”