A lack of awareness stems from long-existing systemic challenges faced by Indonesia’s research community.
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Campus closures, the pandemic, and uncertainty in the job market are among the leading causes.
"LGBTQ+ populations are particularly vulnerable to certain stressors and risks at play during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly if they also belong to other marginalized social groups."
Mentoring isn’t just good for the person on the receiving end. New research suggests those who serve as mentors benefit too.
"Without integrity, an organization risks its very survival.”
The report suggests organizations begin by examining current DEI initiatives by asking six key questions.
The paper argues CEOs with uncommon names are motivated to differentiate themselves, leading to business strategies that differ from their competitors.
Bias means disabled job seekers may need different strategy in interviews than non-disabled applicants
"Job interviews are challenging for everyone, but particularly so for people with disabilities who have always had difficulties presenting themselves favorably to gain employment."
Figs removed the video and apologized Tuesday.
Researchers say the frequency of harassment has "hardly improved" in decades.
The document, titled "Disruption of all Forms of Racism," outlines eight forms of racism.
"On paper and in theory, the McKinney et al. study is beautiful," says Dr. Haibe-Kains, "But if we can't learn from it then it has little to no scientific value."
Having a diverse group of decision-makers whose voices are respected and suggestions acted on in a meaningful way is good for business.
Indigenous parents in the study reported that they chose to send their children to an off-reserve public school for increased access to specialized programs, such as mechanics, and special education support.
Two books published this year explore how anti-Blackness on Canadian university campuses shapes higher education for Black students.
The university says it hopes the scholarship will help add "much-needed" diversity to the STEM workforce by recruiting and developing traditionally underrepresented students.
Ghez is the fourth woman to win a Nobel Prize in physics, joining Marie Curie in 1903, Maria Goeppert-Mayer in 1963, and Donna Strickland in 2018.
During the 48 hour event, participants will form virtual teams across the globe and access NASA's Earth observation data to develop solutions to real problems on Earth and in space.
Epps was selected as a member of the astronaut class in 2009.
On Wednesday, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announced the agency’s headquarters building in Washington, D.C., will be named after Mary W. Jackson, NASA’s first Black...