#GAReads | A Major Scientific Society Says Harassment Derails Women's Careers. Critics Say the Group Hasn't Done Enough.

 photo credit:  Ron Jake Roqu , via  Unsplash

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"A Major Scientific Society Says Harassment Derails Women's Careers. Critics Say the Group Hasn't Done Enough.":

Sexual harassment is derailing the careers of far too many women in science, engineering, and medicine. That’s the central message of a searing new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine on the prevalence of sexual misconduct in those fields.

The report estimates that half of women in science experience some form of harassment. “What is especially discouraging about this situation is that at the same time that so much energy and money is being invested in efforts to attract and retain women in science, engineering, and medical fields, it appears women are often bullied or harassed out of career pathways in these fields,” the report says.

Read Sarah Brown's full article at The Chronicle of Higher Education here…