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Insight Into Diversity feature on sexual harassment
Posted: Aug 16 2018
Co-PI Blair Schneider and ADVANCEGeo project are featured in Insight Into Diversity Magazine (Reconstructing the STEM hierarchy, p. 38-41).
ADVANCEGeo in the NSF Earth Sciences Summer newsletter
Posted: Aug 3 2018
The National Science Foundation Division of Earth Sciences Summer 2018 newsletter included an announcement of our online community resources.
NSF features ADVANCEGeo project on resources to prevent harassment
Posted: Jul 30 2018
The US National Science Foundation Office of the Director webpages include new resources to address and prevent harassment, including a profile of our ADVANCEGeo project.
Strides against sexual harassment
Posted: Jul 30 2018
ADVANCEGeo highlighted in the Earth Science Women's Network Summer 2018 newsletter
Fighting sexual harassment in science may mean changing science itself
Posted: Jun 27 2018
A recent report highlights just how prevalent harassment is in academic science
New report from National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine on sexual harassment in the sciences
Posted: Jun 13 2018
Existing policies to address sexual harassment in science are ineffective, concludes a long-awaited report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
The Harassment Problem in Scientific Dream Jobs
Posted: May 28 2018
Outside magazine highlights some of the efforts scientists are taking to hold institutions accountable, including our own ADVANCEGeo team.
Harassment should count as scientific misconduct
Posted: May 9 2018
Scientific integrity needs to apply to how researchers treat people, not just to how they handle data, says Erika Marín-Spiotta in a piece in Nature World View published May 9th.
Response to NSF new policy in reporting harassment
Posted: May 3 2018

We are heartened that the National Science Foundation is taking an important step in ensuring safe, productive research and educational environments free from harassment. Harassment endangers people's lives, livelihoods, education, careers, and our scientific enterprise (1). with serious consequences on mental and physical health, scientific productivity and career advancement. It is essential that funding agencies use their influence to guarantee ethical practices in the conduct of research and in the training of current and future scientists and engineers. It is critical that the policy be upheld regardless of where award activities occur, whether at the awardee institution, online, or conducted outside the organization (e.g., at field sites or other research facilities, during conferences and workshops or meetings).

Founders' Day Central Ohio Wisconsin Alumni Association Chapter Talk
Posted: Apr 30 2018
Founders' Day Central Ohio Wisconsin Alumni Association Chapter Talk Your Account ADVANCEGeo Partnership ...

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