If you spend any time at academic conferences, you realize that their biggest target is not conservatives (and realize they have vanquished), who they barely acknowledge, but “neoliberals.”
Something tells me it won’t move as fast as the Sweet Magic Kitchen.
When a professor at Seattle University pointed out that little evidence exists to support the thesis that the so-called STEM fields are biased against women, a faculty feminist immediately attacked him, with feeling.
A quartet of professors suggest that women in STEM fields should perhaps literally get an A for effort.
That’s what a pair of researchers from the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) claim.
Indiana University at Bloomington, the flagship campus of the state university system, is spending $1.2 million into a project studying why there aren’t more women working in STEM fields (i.e. science, technology, engineering and mathematics).
Federal grants of a total of $8 million will go to diversity programs in STEM.
A Georgetown University professor said that recruiting women for STEM fields may be “backfiring.”
A study blamed “femininity norms” as the reason behind women not choosing STEM as a college major or profession.
A psychology professor discovered that personal preferences, not sexism, is the reason behind the gender gap in STEM professional fields.