Research

The information below will help you keep abreast of all the latest research from around the world on diversity and inclusion. You can use the filters above to find something that you are specifically looking for either via year published, or by keyword.

  • Spotlight: Women in Medicine — 500 Women Scientists

    11 July 2019

    Role of Men as Mentors for Women in Medicine I looked down at my phone to confirm that I was not lost. Yes, I was at the right address - 5555 Grand Avenue. I became quite uneasy, obviously intimidated by the beauty and humongous size of the building. Feeling frazzled and shy, I took a deep breath and walked in. Two years later, I walked out of that same building with a MD/PhD program offer, a deeper understanding of the process of scientific inquiry and a better sense of self.

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  • The punishment gap: how workplace mistakes hurt women and minorities most

    20 June 2019

    In finance, medicine, politics and even in schools, women and minorities are more harshly reprimanded and face greater future consequences for their errors.

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    Read the full article at The World Economic Forum
  • Ten Tips On How To Empower Other Women At Work

    13 June 2019

    There’s no denying that western civilisation has long held an appetite for the concept. From Queen Elizabeth I’s long held feud with Mary, Queen of Scots to Beyonce and Rihanna’s alleged mutual hatred, the public never tires of a good old story about one woman fighting with another. Millions of us just spent the last two months watching Daenerys and Cersei tear each other apart in the last season of Game of Thrones. But, the truth is, I don’t really want to talk about that.

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    Read the full article at Forbes Welcome
  • Women reach their earnings peak 11 years before men and are paid $35,000 less, survey shows

    13 June 2019

    Women reach their peak earning potential some 11 years before men and earn a salary almost $35,000 lower than their male counterparts, a new study has found . The report, conducted by salary site PayScale, found that the typical university-educated woman in the U.S. sees her career earnings peak when she is 44 years old, earning an average of $66,700. That compares to men who achieve their earnings peak at the age of 55 — 11 years later — with a median of $101,200.

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    Read the full article at NBC News
  • Most Women Are Not Victims Of The Gender Wage Gap--They Created It

    6 June 2019

    When discussing the glass ceiling and the barriers that women face that impede career progression, the discussion rarely examines what role women play in perpetuating negative and limiting beliefs. The self-fulfilling prophecy is the phenomenon that occurs when a person holds a particular belief or idea that later comes to fruition.

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