By Alvin Powell, The Harvard Gazette; Published June 22, 2022
A half century after its enactment, Title IX, the federal law that bars discrimination against women in education, has touched many corners of campus, forcing shifts in intercollegiate sports, hiring, …
Check out this collection of articles from the New York Times addressing women in the workplace.
“The workplace still isn’t equal. Learn to dodge the landmines, fight bias and not burn out in the process.”
Alumna, Margaret ‘Mo’ Okobi ’16, prepares for a career combining medicine and public health research to improve mental health care services in vulnerable communities. Read the full story by Leah Campbell for the School of Science.
by Holly Corbett | Forbes
This Equal Pay Day, the data shows the wage gap closed by 1 cent. On the surface, this looks like progress. Yet these numbers are not telling the whole story.
Equal Pay Day falls on March …
Explore statistics related to the wage gap from the US Census Bureau.
The 2022 Equal Pay Day is Tuesday, March 15. According to the National Committee on Pay Equity, “This date symbolizes how far into the year women must work …