Surprisingly, it’s not. How can we enact real change if many leaders lack the most basic knowledge about the issue?
Jenna JablonskiI was nervous to drop this op-ed, because I call out a past superior of mine. Thankful that @McLNeuro and others were willing to add their voices, too.
Sexual harassment knowledge should be a basic competency for STEM leaders... surprisingly, it's not.
The scientific, engineering, and medical communities have been working towards improved representation of women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine (STEMM) for decades. While progress has been made, women (particularly...
Jenna JablonskiAnyone else going to this? I just signed up. "Symposium Highlighting Evidence-Based Interventions to Address the Underrepresentation of Women in Science, Engineering, and Medicine" at @theNASEM on Monday, March 11.
In newsrooms across the country, political reporters and pundits are trying to read the tea leaves on what’s in store for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in the wake of multiple allegations of sexual assault and misconduct and accusations that...
Jenna Jablonski“Parsing out this data matters, because if journalists don’t, they can misleadingly run with narratives like the one in a recent article from the AP, which boldly declared in the headline: ‘Many women line up in support for Kavanaugh.’” @TheRoot
I have muddy shoes, a sunburned nose, and skinned knees. None of these things happened in my lab or at my desk.
Jenna Jablonski@acaguy@caitvw Love this piece by @LindzyONeal on the importance of unplugging as a grad student! Also trying to use the hashtag #STEMunplugs to encourage guilt-free resting and recharging 🙂
The neuroscientist talks about her experiences with trying to change how the scientific community copes with sexual assault and harassment.
Jenna Jablonski"The future of women in science matters more than you or your lab." I truly enjoyed learning more about @McLNeuro through this interview, and her answer to the final question shows how she literally puts the good of women in science before her own career.