Arash Javanbakht, Wayne State University “Polina came to our bedroom awakened by the sound of explosions. I didn’t know and still don’t know what to tell her. Her eyes today are full of fear and terror; eyes of all of us.” Alina, a family friend who is a marketer and mother of two children fromContinue reading “Many Ukrainians face a future of lasting psychological wounds from the Russian invasion”
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Black women in South African academia struggle to get ahead: what needs to change
In South Africa, the number of black women who acquire undergraduate degrees has increased more than any other population group. Yet they remain underrepresented in senior academic and management positions in the country’s higher education institutions.