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Do women ever get the faculty achievement awards at your university?
We just got the invitation to the Faculty Achievement and Awards Ceremony from our Chancellor and Mrs. Chancellor (that’s right, her name is not on there except as Mrs. So and So), and from the Faculty Senate Council and its … Continue reading
Posted in Gender bias, White male bias Tagged achievement, bias, recognition, sexism, women 2 Comments
Women, did you hear biology professor is the most glorious career I can imagine?
I just want to cry when I hear how discouraged women are from pursuing science careers. I want to do more than cry when I hear about how little encouragement professors give even their most promising women. Why do we … Continue reading
Are female professors invisible to undergrads?
One hundred percent of the last eight undergraduates to contact us about doing research in our laboratory have contacted my male partner and not me. Only one of these students was female. She too contacted only Dave. What is going … Continue reading
Posted in Genber bias, Undergraduates Tagged bias, female scientists, Research, REU, sexism, summer programs, undergraduates 13 Comments
Where are all the women speakers? Too much fast thinking?
Beginning tomorrow here at KITP is a meeting entitled Cooperation and the major evolutionary transitions. It runs for 5 days and has 37 speakers. From the look of the program, there will be more biology than there has been among … Continue reading
Cranky about overwhelmingly male symposia
A retirement symposium for a dear colleague is no place for complaints. No doubt all the people talking are fond of and close to him. He is no sexist, was one of the first people to welcome us to Wash … Continue reading
Posted in Scientific meetings, White male bias Tagged Animal Behavior Society, bias, female scientists, retirement, sexism, symposia 4 Comments