A new meta-analysis reviewed five decades of "Draw a Scientist" tests to determine whether children's drawings have mirrored the increase of female participation in science
“We know that women are underrepresented in fields whose members believe you have to be brilliant to succeed,” explains study's lead author
However, the researchers also caution that more work is needed to investigate how broadly these results apply
A new University of Washington study is among the first to address that question by comparing gender disparities across STEM fields
New national study refutes damaging stereotype
Olin Business School study finds gender stereotypes continue to affect workplace behavior.
While some suggest that flexible work arrangements have the potential to reduce workplace inequality, a new study finds these arrangements may exacerbate discrimination based on parental status and gender.
University of Delaware researcher gets to the root of why women leave STEM fields.
African-Americans with the same grades, test scores and motivation as their white high school counterparts got lower grades in college compared with other groups. And women with the exact same level of preparation received lower grades in advanced math courses, when compared with men.