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Gender News Articles: Leadership

Jan 27 2020 | Posted In: Academia, Leadership, STEM, Work and Organizations
In Susan Fisk’s current sociology research, she has partnered with colleagues in computer science to look at how “lightweight interventions” can increase the number of women in computer science. In describing one such intervention – asking professors to email positive feedback to their students...
Aug 26 2019 | Posted In: Academia, Leadership
I am writing my final note to say farewell to the Institute and hello to my new role as a Clayman Institute alumna. After 10-plus years, I am moving on.    I joined the Institute in 2008 during an economic downturn and at the end of one director’s term and the beginning of the next. And now, as...
Jun 10 2019 | Posted In: Academia, Diversity and Inclusion, Feminism, Leadership, Mentorship
View Video of the Symposium here Scholarship can transform the real world. This powerful message underpinned the symposium on “Gender Equality in 2019: What Is it Going to Take to Get Us There?” in honor of Professor Shelley Correll’s ninth and final year as faculty director of the Clayman...
political flier with woman's face and words
Feb 8 2019 | Posted In: Activism, Law, Leadership
In a time when women’s voting turnout in India has experienced remarkable growth, political parties may be missing an important opportunity. What would happen if their political messages specifically target women? Clayman Institute Faculty Fellow Saad Gulzar, assistant professor of political...
May 21 2018 | Posted In: Academia, Activism, Feminism, History, Leadership
Michelle R. Clayman, Chair of the Clayman Institute for Gender Research Advisory Council, has been elected to the Stanford University Board of Trustees. A Stanford Graduate School of Business alum (MBA ’79), Clayman’s election recognizes her impact as a leader, and importantly, as an advocate for...

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