Category Archives for Gender balance in academia

Men get the research money

A woman applying to the Norwegian Research Council’s program SAMKUL only has half the chance a man has of being supported. 

11. July 2016 by Jill
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Diversity at ELO2015: Global voices and gender balance

We’re hosting ELO2015: The End(s) of Electronic Literature here at the University of Bergen this week, and we are so excited to see everyone beginning to arrive! We’ve got a fabulous academic program lined up, as well as a series … Continue reading

02. August 2015 by Jill
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24. January 2004 by Jill
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being junior

I’m only just starting to wet my toes in the complicated seas of university politics, but shudder at Lisbeth exhausted post and Torill’s only slightly cheering followup about struggling as a new academic trying to make a difference. Torill mentions … Continue reading

03. October 2003 by Jill
Categories: Gender balance in academia, University politics | Tags: , , , | 6 comments