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2020

2019

2018

  • 2018 - Alex-Assensoh. Hiring a diversity officer is only the first step; here are the next 7. The Chronicle of Higher Education
  • 2018 - AlShebli, Rahwan, and Lee Woon. The preeminence of ethnic diversity in scientific collaboration. Nature Communications, 9
  • 2018 - Bernard and Cooperdock. No progress on diversity in 40  years. Nature Geoscience , 11 :292 –295
  • 2018 - Bradley, J.R. Garven, W.W. Law, and J.E. West. The impact of chief diversity officers on diverse faculty hiring. National Bureau of Economic Research
  • 2018 – Calloway, A New Age in America: Donors and Diverse Philanthropy, NonProfitPRO
  • 2018 - Davis, One of the first Black USGS geophysicists, pioneers subsurface research, USGS Release
  • 2018 - Edmondson, How fearless organizations succeed, strategy+business.
  • 2018 - Fischer, et. al., Welcoming Women into the Geosciences, EOS
  • 2018 – Gewin, Why diversity helps to produce stronger research, Career News
  • 2018 – Marshall, Moving forward: Overcoming our ideas about disability in the Geosciences, The Geological Society of America
  • 2018 - Nester. Innovation and opportunity: why you need a diverse product engineering team. Forbes
  • 2018 - Petersen, Erenrich, Levine, Vigoreaux, and Gile. Multi-institutional study of GRE scores as predictors of STEM PhD degree completion: GRE gets a low mark. PLOS ONE
  • 2018 - Pho. Career advice for first-generation grad students (opinion). Inside Higher Ed
  • 2018 - Strauss. More evidence that company diversity leads to better profits. Forbes
  • 2018 – Widener and Rowe, Climate discourse: eluding literacy, justice & inclusion, by evading causation, privilege & diversity, Environmental Sociology, Vol 4, 2018 – Issue 1

2017

2016

  • 2016 - Atchison and Libarkin.  Professionally held perceptions about the accessibility of the geosciences.  Geosphere, 12(4), 1-12.
  • 2016 - Golash-Boza. The effective diversity statement. Inside Higher Ed , 26
  • 2016 - Kent and McCarthy. Holistic review in graduate admissions: a report from the council of graduate schools
  • 2016 – Poon, Squire, Kodama, Byrd, Chan, Manzano, Furr, Bishundat, A Critical Review of the Model Minority Myth in Selected Literature on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Higher Education, Review of Educational Research, Volume: 86 issue: 2, page(s): 469-502
  • 2016 - Rock and H. Grant. Why diverse teams are smarter. Harvard Business Review
  • 2016 - Sherman-Morris and K.S. McNeal. Understanding perceptions of the geosciences among minority and nonminority undergraduate students. Journal of Geoscience Education , 64 :147 –156
  • 2016 - Viki. Why diverse teams are more creative. Forbes

2015

  • 2015 - Flaherty. Cluster hiring and diversity. Inside Higher Ed
  • 2015 - Gardner. Making diversity not the work of one office, but a campus-wide priority. The Chronicle of Higher Education
  • 2015 - Gilley, Atchison, Feig, and Stokes.  Impact of inclusive field trips.  Nature Geoscience, 8, 579-580.
  • 2015 - Hunt, D. Layton, and S. Prince. Why diversity matters. Report
  • 2015 - Lee, Walsh, and Wang. Creativity in scientific teams: unpacking novelty and impact. Research Policy , 44 :684 –697
  • 2015 - Phillips, Bernard-Donals, Davenport, Dutta, Furton, L.S. Kaufman, LaPolt, Bischof, Stubaus, Hippensteele, Hironaka-Juteau, Severin, Danek, and Michaels. Faculty cluster hiring for diversity and institutional climate

2014

  • 2014 - Bahn. On privilege and the PhD. ChronicleVitae for Higher Ed Jobs, Career Tools and Advice
  • 2014 - Bert, How to use social media for science — 3 views, Elsevier Connect
  • 2014 - Freeman and Huang. Strength in diversity. Nature , 513 :305
  • 2014 - Lee, Raising STEM Awareness Among Under-Served and Under-Represented Audiences, AAAS 2014 Annual Meeting, 13-17 February, Chicago
    • https://www.slideshare.net/DNLee/aaas-2014-stem-diversity-31210199
  • 2014 – Yoshino and Smith, Fear of Being Different Stifles Talent, Harvard Business Review

2013

  • 2013 - MacPhee, S. Farro, and S.S. Canetto. Academic self-efficacy and performance of underrepresented stem majors: gender, ethnic, and social class patterns. Analysis of Social Issues and Public Policy , 13 :347 –369
  • 2013 - Ratcliffe and S-M. McKernan. Forever in your debt: who has student loan debt, and who’s worried?

2011

  • 2011 - Johnson. Women of color in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (stem). New Directions for Institutional Research , 152 :75 –85

2010

  • 2010 - Bear, N. Rahman, and C. Post. The impact of board diversity and gender composition on corporate social responsibility and firm reputation. Journal of Business Ethics, 97 :207 –221

2009

  • 2009 - Denson and M.J. Chang. Racial diversity matters: the impact of diversity-related student engagement and institutional context. American Educational Research Journal , 46 :322 –353
  • 2009 - Mohai, Pellow, and Roberts. Environmental justice. Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 34 :405 –430
  • 2009 – Pager, Western, and Bonikowski, Discrimination in a Low-Wage Labor market: A Field Experiment, Am Sociol Rev, Oct 1: 74(5): 777-799

2008

  • 2008 - Seay, Lifton, Wuensch, Bradshaw, and McDowelle. First-generation graduate students and attrition risks. The Journal of Continuing Higher Education , 56 :11 –25

2007

  • 2007 - Kniffin. Accessibility to the PhD and professoriate for first-generation college gradates: review and implications for students, faculty, and campus policies. American Academic , 3 :46 –79

2006

  • 2006 - Singer. Beyond bias and barriers. Science , 314 :5801 –5893
  • 2006 - Williams and Wade-Golden. What is a chief diversity officer? Higher education perspective. Inside Higher Ed , pages 1 –6

2005

  • 2005 - Clark. Strength in diversity. Oceanography , 18 : 6 –7

2004

  • 2004 – Bertrand and Mullainathan, Are Emily and Greg More Employable Than Lakisha and Jamal? A Field Experiment on Labor market Discrimination, American Economic Review, Vol. 84, No. 4, September 2004 (pp. 991 – 1013)
  • 2004 - Hong and Page. Groups of diverse problem solvers can outperform groups of high-ability problem solvers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America , 101 :16385 –16389

1992

  • 1992 - Harding. Rethinking standpoint epistemology: What is "strong objectivity?". The Centennial Review , 36 (3 ):437 –470