Kifinfo: Gender balance and diversity in research

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May 7, 2021
ODA-Nettverk annually selects Norway’s leading role models for gender equality in the technology industry.
Times Higher Education
April 27, 2021
Women gain milestone at prestigious science body although racial divide remains wide.
Times Higher Education
April 19, 2021
Australian astrophysicist adapts galaxy modelling techniques to track path of current employment practices.
Times Higher Education
April 15, 2021
‘The first Black woman on the tenure track in theoretical cosmology’ tells Matthew Reisz about her struggles.
Times Higher Education
April 1, 2021
Drawing on her experiences all the way from Iran to California, Pardis Mahdavi explains how we can and must do better.
March 25, 2021
The literature has failed to acknowledge many female researchers, especially those from marginalized backgrounds.
Times Higher Education
March 7, 2021
Progress is being made but much still could and should to be done to boost women’s advancement, says Helen Bartlett.
Times Higher Education
February 24, 2021
Data from study pinpoints first years after childbirth as biggest hit to women’s research productivity.
UN Women
February 10, 2021
This 11 February, we’re celebrating International Day of Women and Girls in Science by highlighting just some of the women.
Times Higher Education
February 9, 2021
Fighting discrimination is a must, says Hagit Borer.
Times Higher Education
February 8, 2021
Study warns lack of ethnic minority representation among counselling staff could lead to problems being dismissed.
Times Higher Education
January 29, 2021
Percentage of papers with female authors rose markedly in latter part of 2020.
Times Higher Education
January 17, 2021
African American studies chair says tackling inequality is ‘on a knife-edge’ and urges institutions to stop ‘tinkering around the edges’.
Times Higher Education
January 14, 2021
Author of London Met study attacks universities’ ‘empty platitudes and virtue signalling’.
Times Higher Education
January 11, 2021
Research finds that having just one scholar from an underrepresented group has a positive impact.