Today for a special edition of the ADVANCE Weekly Roundup, we’d like to highlight some of the challenges facing faculty and staff while working from home during the pandemic. It should be noted that while everyone encounters them, these challenges can have a larger impact on women and primary caregivers. This list has been compiled . . .
All situations related to equal treatment, equal access, equal opportunity.
Over the past several weeks, the ADVANCE Weekly Roundup has highlighted the numerous ways in which the pandemic has impacted faculty and their research and teaching efforts. While it is important that we acknowledge these impacts, it is more important that we understand ways in which we can provide support during these trying times. This . . .
From an infection standpoint, CoVid-19 seems to be affecting men more than women. But how is it impacting productivity in academe? Recent data from several journals however are indicating that submissions from women are declining. This edition of the ADVANCE Weekly Roundup focuses on the extra burdens placed on women in academe during this crisis. . . .
Pause and think about your field – do you know how many major contributions by someone from a marginalized group were overlooked in their time or never credited for the work? In the wake of the novel Hidden Figures and its subsequent motion picture, contributions are increasingly being recognized years later and rightfully attributed to . . .
Intersectionality is a term used to describe the ways in which people’s social identities overlap and impact their access to resources. Understanding how identities overlap is critical to ensuring that programming and policy designed to promote equity truly achieve their goal. Time magazine published an interview this week with Kimberle Crenshaw, a law professor who . . .