Gender News Articles: Work and Organizations
Feb 28 2018 | Posted In: Diversity and Inclusion, Unconscious Bias, Work and Organizations
Imagine you have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to apply for your dream job, but there’s a catch: You have most—but not all—of the qualifications the employers want.
Do you take a chance and apply?
Feb 13 2018 | Posted In: Diversity and Inclusion, Feminism, Intersectionality, Work and Organizations
“Why aren’t more of India’s women working?” Aruna Ranganathan, assistant professor of Organizational Behavior in the Stanford Graduate School of Business, asked at the beginning of her Clayman Institute Faculty Research Fellows presentation.
While extant explanations and policy solutions place a...
Feb 13 2018 | Posted In: Academia, Diversity and Inclusion, Feminism, STEM, Technology, Unconscious Bias, Work and Organizations
Do robots have a gender? Or, perhaps more curiously, why do humans feel the need to assign gender to robots?
These are just some of the questions that Faculty Research Fellow Allison Okamura, Stanford University professor of mechanical engineering, posited to an enthusiastic audience during her...
Jan 18 2018 | Posted In: Feminism, STEM, Technology, Work and Organizations
“Gendered Innovations,” said current Clayman Institute Faculty Research Fellow Londa Schiebinger, “is about fixing the numbers of women, fixing the institution, and fixing knowledge.”
Nov 29 2017 | Posted In: Diversity and Inclusion, Work and Organizations
“Can we have an adult conversation?” In her idiosyncratic, charismatic style, Carla Harris broached the tough issues about gender and racial discrimination at work during the Clayman Institute’s annual Jing Lyman Lecture held in early November. Currently, Harris holds the positions of Vice Chairman...