In 2015, Devine partnered with Molly Carnes, the director of the UW’s Center for Women’s Health Research, to examine, and potentially reduce, gender bias in departmental units covering all fields of science, engineering, and medicine …
Pribbenow, Christine Maidl and Jennifer Sheridan. April 15, 2020. “Evaluation of the Vilas Life Cycle Professorship Program.”
“When the patient information is more subjective, then the implicit biases are more likely to influence clinical decision making in ways that would usually disadvantage members of certain groups versus another,” Carnes said.
Improving the leadership of sports medicine at colleges and universities is central to improving the programs for student athletes.
Women are gaining ground in STEM fields at UW-Madison, and pulling up those behind them.
Dr. Molly Carnes is quoted as an expert on implicit bias in this piece in Science Magazine.
Finding Yourself in STEM (FYIS), an initiative launched in the spring 2018, semester through the UW Madison Libraries and BioCommons, was aimed to give underrepresented students in STEM a chance to meet, discuss difference and …
A passionate advocate for women and minorities in the sciences, Handelsman co-founded UW’s Women in Science and Engineering Leadership Institute (WISELI) and founded the Wisconsin Program for Scientific Teaching, which aims to increase diversity in …
“Medical professionals of both genders link the word “career” with men.” August 6, 2019. Tamara Mathias. Reuters Health.
Retirements lead to changes in research leadership posts. Prof. Amy Wendt will be interim associate vice chancellor for research in the physical sciences, replacing Steve Ackerman, professor of atmospheric and oceanic sciences.