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WRITTEN BY MELISSA DE WITTE

The research center’s focus has evolved with the interests of its faculty leaders over the decades, but its commitment to interrogating the role of gender in society endures.

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WRITTEN BY TALIA MILGROM-ELCOTT

Teaching, which is 75% female, has become coded as women’s work. Though teachers might be special in myriad ways, in this way, they are just like every other domain in which women predominate: underpaid. To…

WRITTEN BY MELISSA DE WITTE

As companies add more diversity to their boards of directors, simply bringing in people with a mix of perspectives and experiences is not enough. They must also figure out ways to tap the expertise that diversity…

WRITTEN BY AUDREY KIM

A new guide details concrete ideas for bringing new people to the tables where decisions get made.

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Stanford is home to thousands of women faculty, staff, and students who teach, lead, inspire, research, and mentor. For some, leadership roles and responsibilities were intentionally pursued. For others, it happened organically over time. But for…