A new report from the U.S. Department of Education In 2014, finds that 7.1 percent of all men ages 16 through 24 were not enrolled in school and did not have a high school diploma or equivalent certificate. For women the figure was 5.9 percent.
Perhaps most telling is the fact that women need to earn an extra degree up the education ladder in order to earn at or near the same level as men.
The research found that women were expected to do lab "housework" and were often left out of discussions about their research projects. Some women reported sexual harassment, being screamed at by superiors, and having their research findings questioned.
In collaboration with ORED, please join expert Dr. Joanna Johnson for a workshop on NIH grantwriting.
Black Faculty, Administrators, Staff and Graduate Students are invited to attend, networking reception. By Invitation Only.
Dr. Suzanna Rose
FMP Director and Associate Provost
Dr. Leslie Frazier
Office to Advance Women, Equity & Diversity