Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Blogging Tips

Looking for ways to up your blog skills? Check it.

And, yes, I'm just sending the linklove over to GWP today. There's just been great posts over there!


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Hillary Galore

What do really women think about Hillary for President? Check out the great coverage in More Magazine.

Via Girl with Pen


Please note that as my M.A. thesis project is complete, the George Washington University is no longer overseeing research conducted in conjunction with this blog (effective June 2007 to present). The Informed Consent Materials created while this blog was under GWU's IRB oversight are still available for your information and the principles outlined in them are still being used as a general guide for my continued work.

On Women & Work

Gender and the Workplace: Career Education for Women

Tonight I had the opportunity to speak on a panel about gender can impact one's career experience organized by Columbia University's Center for Career Education. My fellow panelists were wonderful and the students in attendance asked many smart questions.

While the panel focused more on sharing personal experiences and giving advice based on profession-specific knowledge, I couldn't resist sharing a few important factoids about women's wages that I came across while doing a little background reading for my presentation:

Did you know that college educated women earn 80% of what their male colleagues make in their first year out of college? Did you know after ten years, however, these women only earn 69% of what their male colleagues do? The American Association of Unversity Women has an excellent report on these and other aspects of the Pay Gap. And Catalyst provides other helpful information the status of working women.

I invite my fellow panelists and the students in attendance to share their views on this event and working as a woman in the comments section. I'm looking forward to more great discussion!


Please note that as my M.A. thesis project is complete, the George Washington University is no longer overseeing research conducted in conjunction with this blog (effective June 2007 to present). The Informed Consent Materials created while this blog was under GWU's IRB oversight are still available for your information and the principles outlined in them are still being used as a general guide for my continued work.