- 2018 Climate Report on Gender Issues for Graduate Students at Princeton University. This study was designed and conducted by the Princeton Graduate Women in STEM Leadership Council, Joan C. Williams & Rachel Korn (Center for WorkLife Law, Hastings College).
- Social Attitudes Implicit Association Tests [Project Implicit (U. Washington, U. Virginia, Harvard)]. The gender-career test assesses how much you associate “career” with men and “family” with women (or vice versa). The gender-science test assesses how much you associate “science” with men and “liberal arts” with women (or vice versa).
- “Gender stereotypes about intellectual ability emerge early and influence children’s interests” [Bian et. al, Science, January 2017]
- “Expectations of Brilliance Underlie Women’s Representation Across Academic Disciplines” [Leslie et. al, Science, January 2017]
- “Science faculty’s subtle gender biases favor male students” [Moss-Racusin et. al,
- “Another Obstacle for Women in Science: Men Get More Federal Grant Money” [Andrew Jacobs, The New York Times, March 2019]
- “Sexual harassment reported by undergraduate female physicists” [Aycock et. al, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., April 2019]
- Impostor Syndrome Test [Clance Impostor Phenomenon Scale]
- “Female students with A’s have similar physics self-efficacy as male students with C’s in introductory courses: A cause for alarm?” [Marshman et. al, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., December 2018]
- “A longitudinal analysis of students’ motivational characteristics in introductory physics courses: Gender differences” [Marshman et. al, Canadian Journal of Physics, June 2017]
- “Why Women Don’t Apply to Jobs Unless They’re 100% Qualified” [Tara Sophia Mohr, Harvard Business Review, August 2014]
- “Typical physics Ph.D. admissions criteria limit access to underrepresented groups but fail to predict doctoral completion” [Miller et. al, Science Advances, January 2019]
Benefits of Diversity:
- “How Diversity Makes Us Smarter” [Katherine W. Phillips, Scientific American, October 2014]
Being an Ally:
- “How Some Men are Challenging Gender Inequity in the Lab” [Kendall Powell, Nature, February 2019]