A lack of diversity in research and analytics is not just unethical — it is dangerous
This opinion piece argues that better pipelines need to be created for people of color in STEM fields.
Why Companies Should Add Class to Their Diversity Discussions
We know it’s awkward, talking about class. Especially in the United States, talking about class is considered taboo. When the subject comes up, otherwise articulate extroverts suddenly find themselves caught up in the social awkwardness that is a customary partner of conversations about class.
When Activism Rises
The most recent wave of student activism on college and university campuses typically took the form of building or office “takeovers,” as well as lists of “demands” presented to administrators. Among the challenges for these leaders at all levels of the academy, but presidents and chancellors, in particular, were how do they productively engage in dialogue with students angered by what they perceive as decades of inaction on issues of inclusivity, diversity and racism, how do they extract valuable learning (for all
The Explainer: Managing Multicultural Teams
Based on the Harvard Business Review article by Jeanne Brett, Kristin Behfar and Mary C. Kern, this video gives an overview of common problems in multicultural teams and explains strategies for addressing these challenges.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development.
Renée Richardson Gosline: How branding 101 can make leaders more mindful of diversity
MIT Sloan Professor Renée Richardson Gosline explains why personal branding is something people should practice but not talk about. People, after all, are not products.