University of California Hastings College of Law
Tools for Change in STEM http://www.toolsforchangeinstem.org/
As a female professor, are you called rude and abrasive while your male colleagues who make similar statements are simply labeled assertive? Has your department head discouraged you from taking an assignment, saying that because you have children you might not be able to handle it?
When women are required to fit into tightly defined feminine roles in order to be accepted, those who are willing to act as expected often end up in opposition to those who aren't." Covered additionally in this webpage are different types of stereotypes, scenario videos, and expert strategies.
This presentation from the 2009 PI Meeting covers: the need to focus on department climate, ways to assess department climate, and how Utah State, WISELI, and Hastings College has worked with department change.
You may think you’ve never suffered or inflicted it. But are you sure you even know what it is? Gender bias is not the same as sex discrimination. It’s more subtle, more deeply embedded in cultural norms about what it means to be identified as a woman or a man.
This webpage of a series of videos that cover how to cope with double blind bias in the work place. Example advice snippets are: "have a sense of humor" and "It's better to be respected.
This webpage of a series of videos that cover how to cope with gender wars in the work place. Example snippets are to engage in mentoring and to be aware and avoid.
This webpage is the homepage of the gender bias project. It has links to topics such as gender bias, bias patterns, strategies, gender bias bingo, and contact information.
Article from American Academic on pregnancy discrimination and work/life policies
Gender bias falls into four basic patterns. Naming them makes it easier to spot them, and having a common language to describe the different types of bias makes it harder for others to shrug off or ignore complaints."
This webpage of a series of videos that cover how to cope with the maternal wall in the work place. Example advice snippets are to refocus attention and to understand it is a structural issue.
This website, developed by Mary Ann Mason at UC Berkeley and Joan Williams at the UC Hastings College of Law, provides "workshops in a box" and other resources on gender bias, family friendly policies, and the economics of retaining women in STEM.