Latest Blog Posts https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/blog Latest Blog Posts for Our Voices - Women in STEM en A Brief Guide to Successful Negotiation in Academia https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/blog/brief-guide-successful-negotiation-academia <p>The process of negotiation can be challenging for many especially in academia. When people seek my advice for putting a start-up package together they generally start by saying they do not want to appear too greedy.  (1) Forget greed, it is all about need. Negotiating for a start-up package is about asking for what is essential in order for you to be successful at what you are being hired to do. March 04, 2019 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/blog/brief-guide-successful-negotiation-academia #MeToo Immunity - "Time's Up" for Politics? https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/blog/metoo-immunity-times-politics #MeToo and Time's Up movements as agents of change in many industries and the challenges they face in politics. By: Kate Blumenthal October 08, 2018 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/blog/metoo-immunity-times-politics Lessons Learned Working with Women in STEM https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/blog/lessons-learned 4 lessons learned working with women in STEM. By: Kate Blumenthal October 01, 2018 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/blog/lessons-learned Serena Williams and Jocelyn Bell Burnell https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/blog/serena-williams-and-jocelyn-bell-burnell Dr. Deb Niemeier compares the change and renewal Serena Williams and Jocelyn Bell Burnell have brought to their fields women. September 24, 2018 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/blog/serena-williams-and-jocelyn-bell-burnell The Price of Education: The Impossible Burden Students Face to Afford Housing, Food, and Education https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/blog/price-education-impossible-burden-students-face-afford-housing-food-and-education Deb Niemeier discusses the impossible economic burden placed on students, leaving students with housing and food insecurity across college campuses. September 17, 2018 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/blog/price-education-impossible-burden-students-face-afford-housing-food-and-education Lifting Our Voices: Highlighting the Global Contributions of Women in STEM on Wikipedia https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/blog/women-stem-wikipedia Denneal Jamison-McClung explores the lack of diversity in Wikipedia biographies and how you can get involved. September 10, 2018 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/blog/women-stem-wikipedia How to Find the Right Advocate https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/blog/how-find-right-advocate Linda Katehi outlines 3 important qualities to keep in mind when searching for an advocate. September 04, 2018 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/blog/how-find-right-advocate Five Truths and Lies about Mentors https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/five-truth-and-lies-about-mentors Linda Katehi outlines the 5 truths and lies about a mentor-mentee relationship. August 27, 2018 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/five-truth-and-lies-about-mentors Three Things You Need for a Successful Career https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/three-things-for-successful-career Linda Katehi provides three steps on what to do to be successful in your career. August 20, 2018 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/three-things-for-successful-career Gendered Barriers in Academia: From Discrimination to Invisible Bias https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/gendered-barriers-academia Karen McDonald explains how gender bias can adversely affect female job candidates and provides suggestions on how to combat stereotypes. August 13, 2018 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/gendered-barriers-academia Things We Do Well https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/things-we-do-well Deb Niemeier and Elizabeth Honig share the impact scientists and engineers have on large social systems. August 06, 2018 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/things-we-do-well Multicultural Perspectives in Leadership https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/multicultural-perspectives-in-leadership Mary Lou de Leon Siantz discusses how leadership roles need to be more diverse. July 30, 2018 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/multicultural-perspectives-in-leadership Disinvest https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/disinvest Deb Niemeier discusses how a decrease in state investment in higher education impacts students. July 23, 2018 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/disinvest Microaggressions: Evidence of Barriers to Having It All – Individuality, Identity and Equality https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/microaggressions Linda Bisson shares about how microaggressions impact an individual. July 14, 2018 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/microaggressions The Unknown Future of the Supreme Court https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/unknown-future-of-supreme-court Linda Katehi reflects on the Women's March on Washington and Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement. July 09, 2018 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/unknown-future-of-supreme-court Our Voices: Empowering Women to Succeed https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/our-voices-introduction Linda Katehi shares about a recent report from the Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine that sheds light on gender inequality and sexual harassment. She shares about the importance of "Our Voices" to be heard. June 25, 2018 Women In STEM Editorial Board https://womeninstem.ucdavis.edu/our-voices-introduction