The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women physicians has sparked ongoing discussions about gender-disproportionate personal burdens and professional consequences on academic publication rates (“productivity”), compensation and promotional track advancement.
Employers have a responsibility to create an inclusive work culture and enact policies and programs that ensure equality and increased quality of life for LGBTQ+ people. However, research shows that in the U.S. roughly half of LGBTQ+ employees remain closeted at work.
Renee Altier, Senior Vice President And General Manager, Business Education And Careers, Wiley
As COVID-19 persists, the chasm between wealthy and lower-income college students has never felt more pronounced. Millions of students must make the impossible choice between furthering their education and making ends meet.
It’s no secret: Engineering is not just a man’s world. Perceptions – along with demographics - are shifting, and Wiley are proudly part of the movement to raise the profile of women in engineering, to inspire future generations.
COVID-19 has quickened the pace of scientific collaboration, discovery, and innovation. But this global spotlight on science, specifically health science, has shown the fault lines in the healthcare system, especially relating to equal access and fair treatment.
Angewandte Chemie and Chemistry Europe will host the virtual symposium "Empowering Diversity in Science: Gender in Academia and Publishing" as a part of the IUPAC Global Women's Breakfast initiative on 25 February 2021. Find out more and register now!
The Wonder Woman Group, launched in 2016 by Dr Stephani Mason, recently convened virtually to strategize about how best to build the talent pipeline in diversity for unrepresented students pursuing business degrees and PhDs.