We received responses from writers, mostly women, and presented our results at M. Those incidents led women to come forward with their stories of discrimination throughout the profession.
Christie Aschwandena science writer in Colorado, is a frequent contributor to Science Times.
In a study published this yeara team of researchers led by Katherine L. Indeed, data suggest bias in mentoring decisions.
I was alone in a foreign country and had never received any training on my rights and resources in the field. Mortified but afraid of being labeled prudish or difficult, I made no fuss. Clancy says she decided to collect data after being overwhelmed with responses to a post she published on her blog at Scientific American in More than 20 percent reported being sexually assaulted.