Deep-Seated Bias, Not Lack of Confidence, Knocks Women off the Path to Success
April 28, 2014 —
New research reveals that professors ignore emails from or deny meetings with fictional potential PhD candidates with female- or minority-sounding names. This blog post discusses the underrepresentation of women at the top and links to the 2013 F500 Catalyst Census and the WSJ, which used our...
The Washington Post, by Joann Weiner