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    Jing Lyman, trailblazer, inaugural lecture series

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    The Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University offers an annual lecture named in honor of Jing Lyman. Jing Lyman has connected, fueled, and inspired the women's movement since the 1960s - both at Stanford and on the national scene. She has organized on behalf of philanthropic funding for women and girls and also played an instrumental role in the founding of the Clayman Institute. The Jing Lyman Lecture series recognizes women and men trailblazers who contribute significantly to gender equality over their lifetime. Special emphasis will be placed on inviting those whose work has influenced the way we think about gender equality via research, journalism, building organizations, or other work that has had a lasting impact on building a society where both women and men flourish. Myra Strober, professor emerita and founding director of the Clayman Institute, gave introduction to the inaugural lecture, featuring Katha Pollitt.

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    Shortchanged: Women and the Wealth Gap with Mariko Chang

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    On the surface, the financial gender gap appears to be closing. Women now earn 78 cents for every dollar men earn, and women under 25 working full-time earn 95% of what their male peers earn. Despite these encouraging developments, sociologist Mariko Chang uncovered a vastly different story. Although women's earnings have risen to 78% of men's, women own only 36% as much wealth. At a recent talk at the Clayman Institute at Stanford University, Chang explains the gap, the wealth escalator, debt anchor and more.

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    The Clayman Institute for Gender Research - Thirty-five years

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    Thirty five years of gender research, and counting. Founded in 1974, the Clayman Institute is one of the nations oldest organizations focused on gender research. We created this special edition anniversary film documenting the early years when gender was not on the table and ending with new areas of research and innovation. Enjoy!

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    Protecting Women's Rights - Clayman Institute Fellow Helen Stacy

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    A scholar of international and comparative law, Helen Stacy focuses on how courts can improve human rights standards while also honoring social, cultural, and religious values.

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    Moving Beyond the Stalled Gender Revolution: The Clayman Institute

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    Research shows that progress toward gender equality has stalled since the early 1990s. The Clayman Institute at Stanford University is embarking on a three-year project to move us beyond the stall and find workable solutions that promote equality.

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    The OpEd Project at the Clayman Institute, Stanford University

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    Only ~15% of op-ed writing is by women. The solution? The OpEd Project is partnering with the Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University to increase the number of published op-ed essays by women.

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    Stanford's Clayman Institute for Gender Research 35th Anniversary

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    Thirty five years of gender research, and counting. Founded in 1974, the Clayman Institute is one of the nations oldest organizations focused on gender research. We created this special edition anniversary film documenting the early years when gender was not on the table and ending with new areas of research and innovation. Enjoy!

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    The Clayman Institute: Dual-Career Academic Hiring

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    This video is designed for university administrators engaged in dual-career academic couple hiring. The Clayman Institute at Stanford University surveyed 30,000 faculty at 13 of the nation's leading public and private research universities. These findings are highlighted along with interviews with academic couples and university administrators. The goal? Help universities establish guidelines for effectively hiring dual-career academic couples.

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    Clayman Institute: Negotiating the Dual-Career Academic Deal

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    This video is designed for faculty and graduate student negotiating dual-career academic positions. The Clayman Institute at Stanford University surveyed 9,000 faculty at 13 of the nation's leading public and private research universities. These findings are highlighted along with interviews with academic couples and university administrators.

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    Clayman Institute: Negotiating a Dual-Career Academic Life

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    Academic couples (those with both partners working in an academic environment) comprise 36 percent of the American professoriate. The Clayman Institute at Stanford University surveyed 9,000 faculty at 13 of the nation's leading public and private research universities. These findings are highlighted along with interviews with academic couples and university administrators.

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