Fine, Eve; Jennifer Sheridan; Christine Fabian Bell; Molly Carnes; Carmen Juniper Neimeko; and Manuela Romero. 2018. “Teaching Academics About Microaggressions: A Workshop Model Adaptable to Various Audiences.” Understanding Interventions Journal. In press.
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 …
“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.
Invited Commentary: Women’s Roles and Barriers to Leadership in the National Collegiate Athletic Association
Improving the leadership of sports medicine at colleges and universities is central to improving the programs for student athletes.
Dr. Molly Carnes is quoted as an expert on implicit bias in this piece in Science Magazine.
Biernat, Monica; Molly Carnes; Amarette Filut; and Anna Kaatz. 2019. “Gender, Race, and Grant Reviews: Translating and Responding to Research Feedback.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. In Press.
Molly Carnes, MD MS, Co-director of WISELI, Director of the UW Center for Women’s Health Research, and Professor of Medicine, Psychiatry, and Industrial & Systems Engineering is one of ten UW–Madison faculty recipients of a …
The Gender Action Portal at Harvard University has selected the Devine et al. 2017 paper “A gender bias habit-breaking intervention led to increased hiring of female faculty in STEMM departments” in their database. The Women …
The Gender Action Portal at Harvard University has selected the Carnes et al. 2015 paper “The Effect of an Intervention to Break the Gender Bias Habit for Faculty at One Institution: A Cluster Randomized, Controlled …
Searching for Excellence & Diversity® Workshop: Improving Faculty Diversity by Educating Faculty Search Committees
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; 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.
Fine, Eve; Jennifer Sheridan; Molly Carnes; Jo Handelsman; Christine Pribbenow; Julia Savoy; and Amy Wendt. 2014. “Minimizing the Influence of Gender Bias on the Faculty Search Process.” In Advances in Gender Research: Gender Transformations in the Academy (Vasilikie Demos, Catherine White Berheide, and Marcia Texler Segal, Eds.) Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing.
Fine, Eve; Amy Wendt; Molly Carnes. 2014. “Gendered Expectations: Are We Unintentionally Undermining Our Efforts to Diversity STEM fields.” XRDS: Crossroads The ACM Magazine for Students. 20(4): 46-51.
Fine, Eve and Molly Carnes. “Searching for Excellence & Diversity®: Workshops for Search Committees. GWIMS Watch (Summer, 2013): 7-8.
Carnes, Molly; Patricia Devine; Carol Isaac; Linda Baier Manwell; Cecilia Ford; Angela Byars-Winston; Eve Fine; David Burke; and Jennifer Sheridan. 2012. “Promoting Institutional Change Through Bias Literacy.” Journal of Diversity in Higher Education. 5(2): 63-77. PMID: 22822416. PMCID: PMC3399596.
Searching for Excellence & Diversity: Increasing the Hiring of Women Faculty at One Academic Medical Center
Sheridan, Jennifer; Eve Fine; Christine Maidl Pribbenow; Jo Handelsman; Molly Carnes. 2010. “Searching for Excellence & Diversity: Increasing the Hiring of Women Faculty at One Academic Medical Center.” Academic Medicine. 85(6):999-1007.
Searching for Excellence & Diversity: Does Training Faculty Search Committees Improve Hiring of Women?
Sheridan, Jennifer; Eve Fine; Jessica Winchell; Christine Maidl Pribbenow; Molly Carnes; and Jo Handelsman. 2007. “Searching for Excellence & Diversity: Does Training Faculty Search Committees Improve Hiring of Women?” American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) 2007 Conference Proceedings. June 2007.
Climate Change at the University of Wisconsin-Madison: What Changed, and Did ADVANCE Have an Impact?
Sheridan, Jennifer; Christine Maidl Pribbenow; Eve Fine; Jo Handelsman; and Molly Carnes. 2007. “Climate Change at the University of Wisconsin-Madison: What Changed, and Did ADVANCE Have an Impact?” Women in Engineering Programs & Advocates Network (WEPAN) 2007 Conference Proceedings. June 2007.
Carnes, Molly; Stacie Geller; Evelyn Fine; Jennifer Sheridan; and Jo Handelsman. 2005. “NIH Director’s Pioneer Awards: Could the Selection Process be Biased Against Women?” Journal of Women’s Health. 14(8):684-691. PMID: 16232100.
Handelsman, Jo; Nancy Cantor; Molly Carnes; Denice Denton; Eve Fine; Barbara Grosz; Virginia Hinshaw; Cora Marrett; Sue Rosser; Donna Shalala; and Jennifer Sheridan. 2005. "More Women in Science." Science. 309(5738):1190-1191.
“Why the Medical Research Grant System Could Be Costing Us Great Ideas.” June 18, 2018. Aaron E. Carroll. The New York Times.
“Men disproportionately win NIH’s plum award for young scientists.” Meredith Wadman. May 15, 2018. Science Online doi:10.1126/science.aau1874.
“How training doctors in implicit bias could save the lives of black mothers.” Elizabeth Chuck. May 11, 2018. NBC News.
“Reviewers of NIH grants cannot distinguish the good from the great, study suggests.” Eric Hamilton. March 5, 2018. University of Wisconsin-Madison News.
“Deeply entrenched gender bias in academic medicine is treatable.” February 27, 2018. Ted Bosworth. Clinical Psychiatry News.
“Can fake names tease out NIH reviewer bias?” Jeffrey Mervis. ScienceInsider Online. June 13, 2017.
“NIH finds using anonymous proposals to test for bias is harder than it looks.” Jeffrey Mervis. ScienceInsider Online. May 31, 2017.
“Recommendation Letters Reflect Gender Bias.” Maggie Kuo. Science Careers Online. October 3, 2016.
“UW Video Game Developed to Uncover Unconscious Racial Biases." Gerald Porter. The Badger Herald. October 6, 2015.
“UW–Madison Researchers Put NIH Grant Review Process Under Microscope.” University of Wisconsin–Madison Communications. October 1, 2013.
“Studies Point to Rising Role for Women Scientists at UW–Madison.” David Tenenbaum, Inside UW–Madison. September 25, 2012.
“Video Games Going Viral: Educational Research Lab Turns Serious Science Into High-Tech Fun.” Ron Seely. Wisconsin State Journal. Pp. A1,A8-A9. September 18, 2011.
“UW Researcher Gets Grant to Study Faculty Bias.” Anna Assendorf. The Badger Herald. October 11, 2010.
“Major Grant Aims at Breaking the Habit of Implicit Bias.” University of Wisconsin-Madison Communications. October 11, 2010.
“Barriers to Women’s Advancement in the Sciences.” Blog entry for the Institute for Women’s Health Research at Northwestern University. July 19, 2010.
“Making Visible the Invisible.” Focus Newsletter. Burroughs Wellcome Fund. July, 2010.
“Dr. Molly Carnes: Helping Women Advance in Science and Medicine.” Kathryn Kingsbury. Wisconsin Woman Magazine. January 2010: 6-8.
“Women Not Yet to the ‘IX’s.” Cassie Kornblau. The Badger Herald. September 18, 2008.
“Bias Towards Women Scientists.” Anne Christensen. The Daily Cardinal. October 11, 2005.
“Women in Science: Climbing the Career Ladder.” Talk of the Nation, National Public Radio. August 26, 2005.