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  • The global COVID-19 pandemic has raised significant issues that transcend medicine and health, illuminating a long history of racial fears and anxieties that have been a common framework through which people evaluate concerns around global viruses.
  • A new study shows that scholarly publishers need to address a gap between the goals of their diversity, equity, and inclusion organizational policies and the lived experiences of people working in the industry
  • Many aspire to leave this world a better place than they found it. Only a few – like civil rights icon and congressman John Lewis – succeed.
  • Recent acts of police brutality leading to the murders of Black men and women across the country have raised the collective social consciousness about race in America on a global scale. For the first time in a long time, people seem to be genuinely concerned about how to eradicate racism and anti...
  • There are many models used by different generations of women to describe their research leadership in higher education (HE), and each impacts their careers and career ambitions differently.
  • In this compendium are pieces written by invited faculty speakers from the 2019 and 2020 WIMS. These thought leaders share their expertise on the evolution of empowerment that has occurred in medicine, and ways to achieve equity in healthcare utilizing evidence, science, and authentic leadership.
  • When it came to his students, legendary debate coach Dr. Thomas F. Freeman said, “I’m here to serve. And as long as there’s a need for service, there is a need for my presence.” Freeman, who spent seven decades teaching the art of debate at Texas Southern University, died on June 6 at age 100. 
  • Higher education, as essential as it is to the development of society, is not without its faults. The COVID-19 pandemic is exposing many of the pitfalls and challenges that exist for institutions around the country when it comes to diversity.
  • From the top of a mountain, Per Espen Stoknes uses creative, multidisciplinary research processes to understand the human role in ecology and climate change. After interviewing him for an episode of our podcast This Study Shows, we knew we had to learn more. His story reminds us of the power of h...
  • It’s no secret: Engineering is not just a man’s world. Perceptions – along with demographics - are shifting, and Wiley is proud to be part of the movement to raise the profile of women in engineering, to inspire future generations.
  • It’s no secret: Engineering is not just a man’s world. Perceptions – along with demographics - are shifting, and Wiley is proud to be part of the movement to raise the profile of women in engineering, to inspire future generations.
  • A key stage of the research journey is making the content discoverable and accessible to those who need to read and use it. Publishers and content providers have an ever-growing range of tools at their fingertips to achieve this, meaning that content is shared widely across social media, third-pa...
  • The easiest way to collaborate is to appreciate! So many researchers do not get recognition for high quality work. And, the same is true for would-be researchers because they’re not always encouraged or guided to publish.
  • No one wants to use an assessment tool with obvious stereotyping or offensive material, of course. But it's easy to assess in ways that inadvertently favor some students over others. Effective assessment processes yield evidence and conclusions that are meaningful, appropriate, and fair to all re...
  • Over the past year, gender’s role in the workplace has been a hot topic, with increased attention on everything from the gender pay gap to the number of female CEOs. For Political Science as a discipline, gender diversity has been a key topic of conversation for the past few years, with learned s...
  • George Floyd. Breonna Taylor. Ahmaud Arbery. Countless other victims of violence whose names fade into history, or that we will never know because no video captured their suffering.
  • Got student loans? You’re not alone. According to Student Loan Hero, in 2019, college students graduated with an average debt of $29,900. If you’re in debt today, the good news is that you can get it under control. Read on for seven strategies for you to try.
  • For many in higher education, asking about pronouns in the classroom is still a new idea, something they might not be sure how to implement. For others, this has been a decades-long fight to be seen in academic spaces, with best practices changing and evolving to better serve transgender people a...
  • You’ve just graduated college, congratulations — that’s huge! But, there’s something you absolutely need to know. It’s a secret that will easily set you up for success in life. No, they don’t teach it in college, and you might not have learned it at home either. In fact, it’s often frowned up...
  • 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.