Despite a history of initiatives to strengthen the doctorate pipeline and mentoring programs for graduate students and junior faculty, the economics profession has failed to achieve a representative level of diversity across ethnicity, gender, and race. This National Economic Association...
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A record number of women ran for office in 2018 and many more are expected to do so in 2020. But what is it really like to be a candidate and then govern as a woman? What constraints do women candidates face, and what are the opportunities? And what does the recent "year of the woman" herald for...
Guest Speaker Mary Murphy, PhD
Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences
Associate Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion
Indiana University Bloomfield
Photography, Architecture and the Uncertainty of the Present
This series brings together practicing artists, scholars and curators to discuss the radical potential of photography to illuminate the condition of the present, focusing on the camera's ability to represent built environments...
**Please join co-conveners, Abigail Boggs, Eli Meyerhoff, Nick Mitchell, Wahneema Lubiano, and Zach Schwartz-Weinstein for "Whose Crisis? Whose University? Abolitionist Study in and beyond Global Higher Education," a conference on Oct. 11-12.**
We think it's time to take up an...