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February 2018

Clayman Institute Director Shelley Correll's research on the "motherhood penalty" is referenced in a piece at Romper.

Clayman Institute Artist-in-Residence Valerie Miner reviewed Margaret Drabble's The Dark Flood Rises for The Women's Review of Books (subscription), and her short story, Il Piccolo Tesoro, was published in the Winter 2017-2018 issue of Ploughshares (subscription).

Clayman Institute Director Shelley Correll's research on "small wins" was featured in the Stanford GSB's newsletter. 

January 2018

Clayman Institute Senior Scholar Marilyn Yalom explores the mysterious origins of the heart in her new book, The Amorous Heart, which she wrote about in an essay for the Wall Street Journal.

Marcie Bianco, Clayman Institute Editorial & Communications Manager, wrote about the culture of sexual assault that makes female athletes the perfect victims for people like Larry Nassar for NBC Think.

Clayman Institute Postoctoral Fellow Alison Wynn discussed her latest article, "Gender, Parenthood, and Perceived Chances of Promotion," with the Sociological Perspectives podcast.

Former Clayman Institute Director Laura Carstensen wrote about finding new language to replace that of "old" for the Washington Post.

December 2017

New research by Clayman Institute Director Shelley Correll on her model of "small wins" was featured in the Stanford Report.

Institute Senior Research Director Caroline Simard spoke with Lifehacker about how companies can combat sexism on their Slack channels.

Former Clayman Institute Director and current faculty research fellow Londa Schiebinger was featured in a piece at Le Monde.

Marcie Bianco, managing editor at the Clayman Institute, analyzed white women's support of anti-women political candidates for NBC Think. This article was then featured in analyses at the AtlanticRefinery29and HelloGiggles.

Clayman Institute senior scholar Edith Gelles reviewed Brown University professor Gordon S. Wood's Friends Divided for the Washington Post 

November 2017

The Clayman Institute's 2006 dual-career study, researched and written by Institute Senior Researcher Shannon Gilmartin, former Institute Associate Director Andrea Rees Davies, and former Institute Director Londa Schiebinger, was cited in a piece at Slate about the phenomenon of the "trailing spouse."

Heather Hadlock, a Clayman Institute faculty research fellow, is quoted in a piece about the upcoming "The Wise Women" operatic performances in the Stanford Dish.

Former Clayman Institute Director Deborah Rhode is quoted in a piece at the Atlantic about why it's difficult for former inmates to become lawyers.

Clayman Institute sociologist Marianne Cooper penned a fantastic piece about the organizational biases that enable sexual harassment and assault in the workplace for the Atlantic.

Deborah Rhode, former director of the Clayman Institute, is quoted in a piece at USA Today about the "blurred interpretations" of what constitutes sexual harassment and sexual assault.

Clayman Institute sociologist Marianne Cooper was interviewed by the Washington Post for commentary about the fate of the Weinstein Co. boardroom and the possibility of a female-majority board.

Michelle Clayman, chair of the Clayman Institute's Advisory Council, spoke with Forbes about the critical necessity of "getting in front of bad news."

Clayman Institute Writing Fellow Surbhi Sachdeva interviewed "Breaking the Culture of Sexual Assault" speaker Zerlina Maxwell for The Stanford Daily.

Institute Managing Editor Marcie Bianco wrote about Shelley Correll's interview with Full Frontal's Sam Bee for Stanford's The Dish.

The Stanford Daily wrote about Clayman Institute Director Shelley Correll's interview with Full Frontal's Sam Bee.

In the Stanford News, former Faculty Voice and Influence Program member Fiorenza Micheli was interviewed by the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Former Institute about the impact of the potential loss of  marine monuments.

Director Londa Schiebinger is quoted in an essay in the New Yorker about the critical necessity of gendered medicine. Schiebinger's new research, published in the academic journal Nature Human Behaviour, was featured in the Stanford Report.

Institute researcher Marianne Cooper wrote an honest reflection about the odds of America electing a female president in a piece at Politico.

New research by faculty research fellow and Stanford associate professor Christine Min Wotipka on the gender representations of Afghan girls and women in Afghani textbooks was featured at the Stanford Report.

October 2017

Former Clayman Institute Director Deborah Rhode graced the cover of Stanford magazine and was featured in the cover story about her illustrious career.
Londa Schiebinger, our former director and a current faculty research fellow, as interviewed by WIPO magazine about why gender must be taken seriously by researchers and innovators. She was also interviewed by the University of Geneva's campus magazine, and she was featured in an Australian Broadcasting Company telecast about sex differences. 
Our current executive director, Lori Nishiura Mackenzie was named one of the BBC's 100 inspirational and innovative women of 2017. She was also consulted for at piece at Forbes on how to create a diverse workplace.
The Institute's Senior Director of Research, Caroline Simard, was quoted in an article at Voice of America about the barriers women face in the workplace. Simard was also interviewed for an article about the origins of sexism in Silicon Valley at Alta Online.
Former Graduate Dissertation Fellow Priya Fielding-Singh saw the publication of her article, "A Taste of Inequality," at the academic journal Sociological Science.
In an exclusive interview with Fortune, GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving credits the Clayman Institute research team with helping them increase the number of women promoted at the company by 30%. 
Current Faculty Research Fellow Rabia Belt discussed challenges that disabled people face in natural disasters with the Stanford Law School.
Managing Editor Marcie Bianco analyzed the Harvard report on the media's bias during the 2016 election for the Women's Media Center. Also, for the Women's Media Center, she wrote about Clayman Institute Associate Director Alison Dahl Crossley's new book, Finding Feminism. Bianco wrote a feature about the Stanford Arts/Taylor Mac collaboration for McSweeney's and the Stanford Live's keepsake program book. She also wrote about the new Bette Davis memoir and the value of female mentorship for Quartz, and she interviewed the memoir's author for a piece at Vanity Fair.
Bianco was interviewed by the Feminist Collective about the victim blaming of women when it comes to sexual harrassment and assault.
Former Clayman Institute Director Laura Carstensen was featured in a piece at the Stanford Report about her Clayman Institute research initiative and center spin-off, the Stanford Center on Longevity. 
Former Institute Director Deborah Rhode was interviewed by the Stanford Law School blog about sexual harassment.