Posts tagged: Bias - Diverse

Candidates of Size – Highlighting Sizeism in Job Searches

by Terah J. Stewart | February 11, 2019 Fatphobia, also known as anti-fat bias and sizeism, continues to engender difficult experiences Read more

‘We Will Be Watching’ – Algorithms And African-American Life

by William F. Tate | February 6, 2019
During my senior year in high school I developed an interest in pursuing a major related to sci [...] Read more

AAC&U Encourages U.S. Institutions to Promote National Day of Racial Healing

by | January 16, 2019
The Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) asks U.S. colleges and univer [...] Read more

Is There a Limit to Academic Freedom?

by Alan Kadish | November 7, 2018
While everyone is entitled to his own views, no one is allowed to act upon them when they harm [...] Read more

Dozens of anti-Semitic Flyers Found at University of Rochester

by | November 6, 2018
Dozens of anti-Semitic propaganda flyers were found on a printer at The University of Rochester [...] Read more

Navigating Bias Incidents on Campus as an Administrator

by | October 18, 2018
During my tenure as an assistant dean of students, I was involved in a committee charged with r [...] Read more

Being a Good Ally

by | May 16, 2018
Much has been said about the African-American graduate student at Yale who was reported by a Wh [...] Read more

Diverse Docket: Gender Bias Suit Against Meharry Medical College Dismissed

by Eric Freedman | October 16, 2016
Meharry Medical College has won dismissal of a Title VII suit by a female instructor who allege [...] Read more