Monthly Archives: May 2014

Seven Things Keeping Women Out Of Science

It’s been a while since Eileen Pollack had her piece “Why are there still so few women in science?” published in the NY Times, but not long enough for the things she said to become obsolete (It was october 2013. … Continue reading

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Dear Professor…

Another study found evidence of gender and ethnicity biases in academia. This time, the authors looked at the discriminations that might occur upon entry into academia, by studying the rejection rate of emails from fictional students asking for a “mentoring” … Continue reading

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