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Staff Encouraged to View Video and Other Resources on Implicit Bias

May 2nd, 2016

Biases start early, as one famous study shows: when asked to draw a scientist, half of kindergarteners draw a male and half female. By third grade, 75% draw a male. In this video, Caroline Simard of Stanford’s Clayman Institute for Gender Research discusses implicit bias and stereotypes in science, how these biases manifest in the workplace, and what can be done about them. More>