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4 ways companies can authentically dismantle systemic racism

Companies and academic institutions are scrambling to overhaul their diversity and inclusion (D&I) policies in the wake of widespread Black Lives Matter protests. Many of...

A new study provides insight into why bullies often get a free pass at work. Psychology Department, Paper News, Harvey Weinstein, Harvard Business School, Social Skills, Bullying, Behavior, Insight, Behance

Why do some businesses reward toxic behaviour?

A new study provides insight into why bullies often get a free pass at work.

'Death by a thousand cuts': Real-life examples of microaggressions - We Rep STEM Male Nurse, Michigan State University, Associate Professor, Bad Mood, Touching You, Just Giving, Your Smile, You Really, Real Life

Real-life examples of microaggressions

File photo courtesy: Pixabay Microaggressions — subtle but offensive comments or actions directed at a minority group that unconsciously reinforce stereotypes or bias —...

mentoring program can lead to massive career benefits for female economists - We Rep STEM Racial Diversity, Previous Year, Social Science, Inspire Others, Career, Economists, Female, Day, Carrera
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A new study suggests short mentoring workshops can have big career benefits for female economists

Economics is male-dominated but that’s especially true in academia, where females secure fewer tenure-track positions and publish less research than men. Overall, only about...

In honour of Hispanic Heritage Month, here are some influential Hispanic and Latinx scientists - We Rep STEM San Diego State University, Georgetown University, Stanford University, Johnson Space Center, Hispanic Women, Native Country, Hispanic Heritage Month, Legion Of Honour, Happy International Women's Day

In honour of Hispanic Heritage Month, here are some influential Hispanic and Latinx scientists

September 15th marks the start of Hispanic Heritage Month in the U.S., an initiative launched to celebrate the many contributions Hispanic and Latinx people have made in corporate, creative, cultur…

February is Black History Month. Tuskegee University, Howard University, Katherine Johnson, Aerospace Engineering, Harvard Medical School, Nasa Astronauts, Booker T, Space Exploration, Black History Month

Black History Month - 17 notable scientists

February is Black History Month. We’ve got a lot of coverage lined up over the next few weeks, but thought we would kick things...

How 3 scientists navigated personal and career implications of a name change with marriage - We Rep STEM Married Men, I Got Married, Changing Your Last Name, Process Of Change, Change My Name, Research Scientist, Divorce And Kids, Getting Divorced, New Names
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3 scientists discuss the professional implications of a name change with marriage

In science, your name is your calling card. So what happens when you change it?

Why forgetting may make your mind more efficient - We Rep STEM Tsinghua University, Forgetting Things, Post Traumatic, Stress Disorders, University Of Toronto, On The Issues, Infancy, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Neurons

Forgetting can be healthy

Forgetting things may make your brain more efficient. Click to read how.

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New study suggests you need more than 10,000 hours of practice to become an expert

File photo courtesy: Pixabay. In 2008 Malcolm Gladwell published his book Outliers and the “10,000-Hour Rule” became a household name. Gladwell examined the road to success th…

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Famous Birthdays

August August 5 – Shirley Ann Jackson – American physicist August 6 – Winston E. Scott – Retired U.S. Navy captain and former NASA astronautAugust 9 – Leona Woods R…

Photo courtesy: Wikipedia, edited by We Rep STEM. Born on this day in Maria Mitchell was an astronomer, advocate for STEM education for girls, and professor. After completing her education in… Craters On The Moon, Suffrage Movement, Early Education, Astronomy, How To Become, Politics, Science, Space, Reading

STEM Pioneer | Maria Mitchell, first female U.S. astronomer

Photo courtesy: Wikipedia, edited by We Rep STEM. Born on this day in 1818, Maria Mitchell was an astronomer, advocate for STEM education for girls, and professor. After completing her education in…

The STEM sector as a whole appears to be taking steps towards promoting diversity, through several initiatives aimed at attracting LGBTQ, (white) women, and. Professional Dress Code, Dress Code For Women, Too Much Makeup, Colourful Outfits, White Women, Dress Codes, How To Wear

We can't have 'diversity' without 'inclusion'

The STEM sector as a whole appears to be taking steps towards promoting diversity, through several initiatives aimed at attracting LGBTQ, (white) women, and...