News round up – 26.01.16

Bias against female instructors

New analysis offers more evidence against the reliability of student evaluations of teaching, at least for their use in personnel decisions.

When teamwork doesn’t work for women

New evidence suggests that the under-representation of women reflects a systemic bias in that marketplace: a failure to give women full credit for collaborative work done with men.

‘Striking’ inequalities in higher education fuel gender pay gap

The UK’s female academics are paid £6,146 less on average than men, with lack of women in leadership and management roles a factor, says report.

 

 

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