Looking back 110 years from last Friday (March 3, 1913), we would have seen the Woman Suffrage Procession in Washington, D.C. The thousands of marchers had a larger than expected audience because the Wilson inauguration was the next day. While…
How College Majors Matter
Measured by the money we earn rather than satisfaction, the return on our investment in education can be called the college payoff.
The Sexist Side of Space Suits
Hoping to move away from its male dominated space suit history, NASA is looking to the private sector for designs that include women.
The Economic Side of Abortion Access
In addition to the very crucial health impact of abortion access, its economic side adds to our understanding.
When Alphabetical Order Matters
Ranging from the Olympics to scholarly papers and with everything in between, alphabetical order is an equalizer.
How Gender Parity Starts With Toys and Ends in the Executive Suite
Empowering women, gender parity in California’s toy aisles could ripple to MBA programs and the top of the corporate suite.
Why We Have a Chores Gap
Especially evident during pandemic lockdowns, at home we have a chores gap that determines who does the housework.
How Men Named James Relate to Female CEOs
To assess the workplace gender gap among countries and companies, we need only look at the names James and Michael.
How the Global Gender Gap Has Changed
In its annual Global Gender Gap Report, the World Economic Forum looks within countries to quantify gender parity.