Leadership in Education

New York Law School Law Review Law Review Diversity Report

In 2011, the New York Law School Law Review launched its Law Review Diversity research project examining gender and minority diversity among law review membership and leadership at ABA law schools nationwide. This research builds upon the 2010 survey conducted by Ms. JD, an organization dedicated to the success of women in law school and the legal profession.


A Report on the Status of Women Faculty in the Schools of Science and Engineering at MIT, 2011

At MIT, we like data, especially data that advance our understanding of an important problem. In the 1990s, a group of MIT’s women faculty perceived patterns of inequitable resource allocation between them and their male colleagues.  They collected data that demonstrated and quantified the problem, and they alerted the Institute’s leadership, in a search for practical remedies.  Compelled by the evidence, MIT responded.  Today, a new Report on the Status of Women Faculty in the Schools of Science and Engineering at MIT delivers the encouraging news that the process launched by these faculty women has made a lasting, positive difference for women faculty at MIT.

Fourth Annual Diversity Summit, Montgomery, AL


As the economic crisis unfolds, there is talk again of the importance of emerging markets, innovation, market share and talent management. But what are we doing to enhance skills and engage a multicultural workforce for the 21st century? The Fourth Annual Diversity Summit at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel & Spa at the Convention Center, Montgomery, AL (September 15, 2011) will seek to create dialogue around issues that are critical to business success.

Presenters represent several business and other sectors and will include NCRW Board Chair Lucie Lapovsky who will be presenting findings from The White House Project's Benchmarking Report. For more information, click here.

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