Gender Issues - Higher Education

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Colleges Work to be More Family Friendly

by Pearl Stewart | August 25, 2016

Times are changing and colleges and universities are scrambling to keep up — at least when it [...]

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University of Hawaii Opens All-gender Restrooms

by Associated Press | August 17, 2016

HONOLULU ― The University of Hawaii has opened nine more all-gender restrooms on its Manoa ca [...]

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5 Ways that Educators Can Help Young Women Succeed in STEM Fields

by Antoinette Marie Davis | August 3, 2016

Success in these fields has a lot to do with the environment that a female student lives in and [...]

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Federal Judge Grills GOP Lawyers Over Need for Bathroom Law

by Jonathan Drew, Associated Press | August 1, 2016

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. ― A federal judge lobbed tough questions at GOP lawyers Monday as he cons [...]

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Franklin Pierce University has 1st Woman President

by Associated Press |

RINDGE, N.H. ― Franklin Pierce University’s new president is the first alumna and first wom [...]

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The High Price of Pregnancy While on the Academic Job Market

by McKenzie Wood | July 28, 2016

Although a woman who is currently employed and becomes pregnant has (limited) legal protections [...]

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Diverse Docket: Professor’s Bias Suit Against John Jay College Rejected

by Eric Freedman | July 27, 2016

A federal judge has rejected a race discrimination and retaliation suit by an African-American [...]

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GMU Law School Renaming a Possible Roadblock to Diversity

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | July 24, 2016

George Mason University moves forward with plans to foster diversity despite the controversy su [...]

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Portland State University Views Diversity Efforts Through Eyes of Marginalized

by Jamal Eric Watson | July 17, 2016

Portland State’s Equity Lens panels and Diversity Action Council regularly assess the univers [...]

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