by Kathryn A. HowardThe heart of the diversity debate may not only stem from different attitudes towards diversity, but from different understandings of the word itself.
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Are We Speaking the Same Language When It Comes to Diversity?
Citizens’ Racism and Sexism ≠ Opposition to Minority and Female Politicians
by Hui BaiYou are probably not surprised that racists opposed Barack Obama and sexists disliked Hillary Clinton. But the reason for these is probably not what you think.
Medical Providers Less Able to Detect Authentic Pain Among Black People Than White People, Study Finds New research in Social Psychological and Personality Science (SPPS) has found that medical providers are better at discerning real from fake pain expressions for White people than Black people.
10 Ways to Conduct Cost-Effective Research at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions
by Russell J. Webster, Ph.D.Fewer faculty resources along with more teaching and service obligations can make it difficult to both establish and advance active research programs at PUIs.
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