Prof. Tobias Wolff Discusses Impacts of the Nationwide Wave of Anti-LGBTQ Bills and Roe Draft Opinion: WHYY
Dana Dyer L’22 has authored a trailblazing report shining a light on how AI contributes to racial bias in hiring processes for Black educators.
The new, formalized, cross-disciplinary program will enable students to study LGBTQ+ issues from multiple perspectives.
The American Economic Association has named Dr. Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander Ed’1918, G’1921, L’1927, Hon’1974 a 2022 Distinguished Fellow.
Cara McClellan GSE’12 will lead the Law School’s newest clinic, focusing on civil rights and racial justice equity.
Veda Handa LLM’22 shares her reflections on the Spring 2022 “Policy Lab on AI and Implicit Bias” with Prof. Rangita de Silva de Alwis.
For Michelle Banker L’10, Director of Reproductive Rights and Health Litigation at the National Women’s Law Center, “reproductive healthcare is healthcare.”
Justice Goodwin Liu of the California Supreme Court spoke about implicit and structural bias during the Provost’s Lecture on Diversity and the Owen J. Roberts Lecture in Constitutional Law.
Prof. Allison Hoffman Weighs In on Biden’s Efforts to Increase Healthcare Protections for LGBTQ+ Community: Washington Examiner
“No, most children in foster care haven’t been rescued from abuse,” writes Prof. Roberts in The Washington Post.
Merck Board of Directors Exec. Chairman Kenneth C. Frazier, widely recognized for his social justice and economic inclusion advocacy, will deliver the 2022 commencement address.
In the latest NALP Bulletin, Maureen Reilly reviews a book that explores why understanding neurodiversity is a necessity for all professions.