In 2018, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released the Consensus Study Report, “Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine,” outlining the prevalence and impact of sexual harassment in academia on the career advancement of women in the scientific, technical, and medical workforce.
Three members of the committee that authored the report held a virtual presentation for the Gladstone community to debunk common beliefs in our culture around sexual harassment and address lesser-known facts about sexual harassment
Kate Clancy is an associate professor in the department of anthropology at the University of Illinois. She has done pioneering work on sexual harassment in science, and among other accomplishments testified before Congress.
Lilia Cortina is a professor in the department of psychology at the University of Michigan. Her research focuses on the process by which sexual harassment unfolds, investigating experiences of gender disparagement, unwanted sexual overtures, and sexual coercion in organizations.
Vicki Magley is a professor in the department of psychological sciences at the University of Connecticut. As a leader in the field, she has conducted research on sexual harassment for nearly three decades.
Jeannette Osterloh is the corporate liaison and ventures manager at Gladstone. She uses her scientific background, business development experience, and project management training to evaluate scientific opportunities and develop translational programs that progress Gladstone’s foundational science closer to the clinic. She co-chairs the Women’s Initiative Leadership Development Committee and is a Business Development Liaison for the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association.
This event was part of Gladstone's Critical Conversations series. Critical Conversations was launched in 2020 as a way for Gladstone community members to challenge and empower themselves by considering different ways of thinking through the lens of others. These discussions will encourage you to reframe or shift your perspective. All community members are encouraged to participate and continue the dialogue outside this forum.
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