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Tips to Help Women Leaders Succeed in a Male Environment
May 1, 2013... Top leadership in student affairs used to be overwhelmingly male, but women are making significant inroads. Five women senior student affairs officers spoke at the NASPA annual conference in Orlando FL in March: * Dr. Patricia Whitely, University of Miami FL * Dr. Linda Clement,...
Feminist Academic to Head Policy Institute
May 1, 2013... Princeton University NJ professor and champion of women in the workplace Anne-Marie Slaughter is leaving academia to become the next president of the New America Foundation, a non-partisan policy group in Washington DC. Slaughter has criticized the American workplace for doing too little to...
Rutgers Fires Abusive Coach Seen on Video, Leading to Another Major Athletics Scandal
May 1, 2013... The unsavory actions of a basketball coach are leading to major fallout at Rutgers University NJ, with firings, resignations, financial implications and potential lawsuits. A video of former coach Mike Rice's aggressive behavior towards his players went viral and drew the attention of...
Div I Study: Players See Verbally Aggressive Coaches as Less Competent, Not Motivational
May 1, 2013... On the heels of a Rutgers University NJ scandal over excoach Mike Rice verbally and physically abusing basketball players, a new study indicates that an aggressive coaching style doesn't work well with players. Feedback from 130 Division 1 college athletes indicates that a coach's aggressive...
Women Still Dissed at 2012 Olympics
May 1, 2013... While the 2012 London Olympic Games were widely heralded as the "Year of the Woman" due to more countries having female athletes than in the past, a new report found gender inequities in both leadership and participation. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) requested in 2000 that women...