With a new $1.6 million, five-year NIH grant, Christine Pribbenow, director of the LEAD Center in the UW–Madison School of Education’s Wisconsin Center for Education Research, is using the ‘Fair Play’ video game to teach …
Sheridan, Jennifer; Eve Fine; Molly Carnes; Amy Wendt; and Jo Handelsman. 2015. “Searching for Excellence & Diversity® Workshop: Improving Faculty Diversity by Educating Faculty Search Committees.” In Personalauswahl in der Wissenschaft (C. Peus et al., Eds.) Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
Carnes, Molly; Christie Bartels; Carol Isaac; Anna Kaatz; and Christine Kolehmainen. 2015. “Why is John More Likely to Become Department Chair than Jennifer?” American Clinical and Climatological Society. 126: 197–214.
Sheridan, Jennifer; Christine Maidl Pribbenow; Molly Carnes; Jo Handelsman; and Amy Wendt. 2015. “Life Happens: The Vilas Life Cycle Professorship Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.” In Family Friendly Policies and Practices in Academe (Catherine R. Solomon and Erin K. Anderson, Eds.) Washington DC: Lexington Books.
Carnes, Molly; Patricia G. Devine; Linda Baier Manwell; Angela Byars-Winston; Eve Fine; Cecilia E. Ford; Patrick Forscher; Carol Isaac; Anna Kaatz; Wairimu Magua; Mari Palta; and Jennifer Sheridan. 2015. “Effect of an Intervention to Break the Gender Bias Habit: A Cluster Randomized, Controlled Trial.” Academic Medicine. 90(2): 221-230.
Kaatz, Anna and Molly Carnes. 2015. “Women at the Top: The Risks of Leading From a Glass Cliff.” Society for Cell Biology. Jan/Feb: 42-44. PMID: 26457160; PMCID: PMC459796.
Sheehy, Ann M.; Christine Kolehmainen; and Molly Carnes. 2015. “We Specialize in Change Leadership: A Call for Hospitalists to Lead the Quest for Workforce Gender Equity.” Journal of Hospital Medicine. 10(8): 551-552.
Forscher, Patrick. (2015). “The Individually-Targeted Habit-Breaking Intervention and Group-Level Change.” Doctoral Dissertation: University of Wisconsin-Madison.
“S.T.E.M., Girl Scouts Introduce More Girls to Science Career Fields.” WISC-TV. Aired December 6, 2015.
“UW Video Game Developed to Uncover Unconscious Racial Biases.” Gerald Porter. The Badger Herald. October 6, 2015.