Education, Women in Science

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Video Interventions for Diversity in STEM (VIDS)

Moss-Racusin, Corinne A.,Pietri, Evava S.,Hennes, Erin P.,Dovidio, John F.,Brescoll, Victoria L.,Roussos, Gina, Handelsman, Jo. “Reducing STEM gender bias with VIDS (video interventions for diversity in STEM).” Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, Vol 24(2), Jun 2018, 236-260

Evava S. Pietri, Corinne A. Moss-Racusin, John F. Dovidio, Dipika Guha, Gina Roussos, Victoria L. Brescoll, and Jo Handelsman 2016. Using Video to Increase Gender Bias Literacy Toward Women in Science. Psychology of Women Quarterly 1-22.

Pietri, E.S., Hennes, E.P., Dovidio, J.F., Brescoll, V.L., Bailey, A.H., Moss-Racusin C.A., and Handelsman, J. 2018. Addressing Unintended Consequences of Gender Diversity Interventions on Women’s Sense of Belonging in STEM. Sex Roles. 80:527-547.

Hennes, et al., 2018. Increasing the perceived malleability of gender bias using a modified Video Intervention for Diversity in STEM (VIDS). Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 21:788-809.

Pietri, E. S., Moss-Racusin, C. A., Dovidio, J. F., Guha, D., Roussos, G., Brescoll, V. L., & Handelsman, J. 2016. Using video to increase gender bias literacy toward women in sciencePsychology of Women Quarterly, 0361684316674721.

Moss-Racusin CA, van der Toorn J, Dovidio JF, Brescoll VL, Graham MJ, Handelsman J. 2016. A “scientific diversity” intervention to reduce gender bias in a sample of life scientists. CBE Life Sci Educ. 15(3).

Moss-Racusin, C.A., J. van der Toorn, J.F. Dovidio, V.L. Brescoll, M.J. Graham, and J. Handelsman. 2014. Scientific diversity interventions. Science. 343(6171): 615-616.

Casadevall, A. and J. Handelsman. 2014. The presence of female conveners correlates with a higher proportion of female speakers at scientific symposia. mBio. 5(1): e00846-13. doi: 10.1128/mBio.00846-13.

Graham, M.J., J. Frederick, A. Byars-Winston, A.B. Hunter, and J. Handelsman. 2013. Increasing persistence of college students in STEM. Science. 341(6153): 1455-1456.

Moss-Racusin, C.A., J.F. Dovidio, V.L. Brescoll, M.J. Graham, and J. Handelsman. 2012. Science faculty’s subtle gender biases favor male students. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 109(41): 16474-16479.

Rios-Velazquez, C., L.L. Williamson, K.A. Cloud-Hansen, H.K. Allen, M.D. McMahon, Z.L. Sabree, J.J. Donato, and J. Handelsman. 2011. Summer workshop in metagenomics: one week plus eight students equals gigabases of cloned DNA. Journal of Microbiology Biology Education. DOI: 10.1128/jmbe.v12i2.177

Anderson, W. A., U. Banerjee, C.L. Drennan, S.C.R. Elgin, I.R. Epstein, J. Handelsman, G.F. Hatfull, R. Losick, D.K. O’Dowd, B.M. Olivera, S.A. Strobel, G.C. Walker, and M. Warner. 2011. Changing the culture of science education at research universities. Science. 331(6014): 152-153.

Sheridan, J.T., E. Fine, C.M. Pribbenow, J. Handelsman, and M. Carnes. 2010. Searching for excellence & diversity: Increasing the hiring of women faculty at one academic medical center. Academic Medicine 85(6): 999-1007.

Pribbenow, C., J. Sheridan, J. Winchell, D. Benting, J. Handelsman, and M. Carnes. 2010. The tenure process and extending the tenure clock: The experience of faculty at one university. Higher Education Policy 23: 17-28.

Pfund, C., S. Miller, K. Brenner, P. Bruns, A. Chang, D. Ebert-May, A. Fagen, J. Gentile, S. Gossens, I. Khan, J. Labov, C.M. Pribbenow, M. Susman, L. Tong, R. Wright, W.B. Wood, R. Yuan, and J. Handelsman. 2009. Summer institute to improve university science teaching. Science 324: 470.

Miller, S., Pfund, C., Pribbenow, C., Handelsman, J. 2008. Scientific teaching in practice. Science 322: 1329-1330.

Cloud-Hansen, K., Kuehner, J., Tong, L., Miller, S., Handelsman, J. 2008. Money, sex, and drugs: A case study to teach the genetics of antibiotic resistance. CBE-Life Sciences Education 7(3): 302-309.

Pfund, C., Handelsman, J., Miller Lauffer, S. 2006. The merits of training mentors. Science 311: 473-474.

Sheridan, J., Flatley Brennan, P., Carnes, M., Handelsman, J. 2006. Discovering directions for change in higher education through the experiences of senior women faculty. Journal of Technology Transfer. 31(3): 387.

Handelsman, J., Cantor, N., Carnes, M., Denton, D., Fine, E., Grosz, B., Hinshaw, V., Marrett, C., Rosser, S., Shalala, D., and Sheridan, J. 2005. More women in science. Science 309: 1190-1191.

Carnes, M., Geller, S., Fine, E., Sheridan, J., and Handelsman, J. 2005. NIH Director’s Pioneer Awards: Could the selection process be biased against women? Journal of Women’s Health. 14(8): 682-689.

Carnes, M., Handelsman, J., and Sheridan, J. 2005. Diversity in academic medicine: The stages of change model. Journal of Women’s Health. 14(6): 471-475.

Wood, W.B., and Handelsman, J. 2004. Meeting Report: The 2004 National Academies Summer Institute on Undergraduate Education in Biology. Cell Biol. Ed. 3: 215-217.

Handelsman, J., Ebert-May, D., Beichner, R., Bruns, P., Chang, A., DeHaan, R., Gentile, J., Lauffer, S.M., Stewart, J., Tilghman, S.M., and Wood, W.B. 2004. Scientific teaching. Science 304: 521-522.

Lauffer, S. and Handelsman, J. 2004. A new generation of scientific teachers. Focus on Microbiology Education 10: 4-6.

Handelsman, J. 2003. Teaching scientists to teach. HHMI Bulletin 12: 31.

Handelsman, J. 2002. Microbiology as a change agent in science education. ASM News 68: 163-167.