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University of Iowa Reinstates Women’s Swim Team Amid Gender Bias Lawsuit

The University of Iowa reinstated its women’s swimming and diving program this week following Title IX litigation and revenue shortfall due to the pandemic. Last...

Jill Biden’s Use of “Dr.” Title Criticized in Controversial Op-Ed

Jill Biden, the next first lady of the U.S., was criticized for using the title “Dr.” in an opinion editorial published by The Wall...

Gender Bias Means Women Are More Likely to Be Silenced Online

On September 28, University of Iowa graduate student Claire McDonnell recorded a video call of herself and a group of male classmates discussing plans...

Perceived Gender Bias Leads More Women to Pursue Lower-Paying Fields, Study...

The perception of gender bias plays a significant role in many women’s choice of a major and career path, according to a new study...

UMass Lowell Addresses Gender Bias in STEM Academia Through New Initiative

Nationally, women earn 41 percent of all doctorate degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines but make up only 28 percent of...

Women Are Being Prepared to Overcome Barriers in an Unequal Profession

A lack of leadership roles, inflexible work schedules, and pay disparities are problems that plague women in many professions — and the legal field is...