Archives for October 2019

Science prizes are still a boys’ club. Here’s how we can change that

Awards can make scientific careers, but too often award rules and application processes shut women out. Chief Operating Officer’s insight:…

Rethinking the traditional textbook for better academic and pro-social outcomes

Can textbooks for basic education levels be optimized to integrate both pedagogy and content? Chief Operating Officer’s insight: http://www.diversity.report Diversity…

A Conversation With Utah Entrepreneurs

This month, Utah Business partnered with Holland & Hart to host a roundtable event featuring Utah based entrepreneurs to discuss…

Positive Stereotypes Aren’t So Positive

Take the “model minority” stereotype often applied to Asian Americans. This image hurts everyone. Chief Operating Officer’s insight: http://www.diversity.report Diversity…

Q3 2019 Diversity Report: Over $20B Invested In Female-Founded, Co-Founded Startups This Year Alone –

Of that $20 billion, approximately $5 billion has been invested in female-only founded startups. The remaining $15 billion, according to…

Are Black Scientists Being Punished for What They Want to Study?

A new study suggests the National Institutes of Health is less likely to fund studies of health inequities and population…

Johnson Controls puts diversity and inclusion firmly in spotlight

Headline Johnson Controls puts diversity and inclusion firmly in spotlight… Chief Operating Officer’s insight: Diversity Report Diversity Report

Diversity May Be Key to Reducing Errors in Quantum Computing

In quantum computing, as in team building, a little diversity can help get the job done better. Georgia Tech researchers…

Why the 2019 Nobel Prizes in STEM struggled with diversity

Esther Duflo is the second woman to win a Nobel Prize in economics in the award’s 50-year history. She’s also…

How A Human-Inspired Approach To Diversity Can Create Harmony in The Workplace – Blavity News

Blavity is a tech company for forward thinking Black millennials pushing the boundaries of culture and the status quo. Chief…