Recent Coverage

Recent Media Coverage

Wellesley Centers for Women researchers, program staff, and projects are often featured in news stories by regional, national, and international media outlets. Included on this site are summaries of some of the recent and past coverage.

Click this year's date in the box to the right for a full listing of coverage, not just the most recent clippings below.


wam-theatre-announces-2017-season

Broadway World, February 28, 2017

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on-being-a-black-journalist

Nieman Reports, February 22, 2017

By Lewis W. Diuguid

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sex-is-not-the-only-way-to-sell

The Fordham Observer, February 8, 2017

By Jessica Zimmermann

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measuring-up-tcg-s-fall-forum-demystified-big-data

American Theatre, December 6, 2016

By Allison Considine

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how-trump-threatens-america-s-talent-edge

City Lab from The Atlantic, January 31, 2017

By Richard Florida

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still-in-transition-d-c-theaters-seeking-leaders-of-color

Washington Post, January 19, 2017

By Nelson Pressley

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10-amazing-colleges-for-women-that-should-be-on-your-radar

Teen Vogue, January 9, 2017

By Emma Sarran Webster

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bail-system-punishes-the-poor-and-costs-the-taxpayers-millions

Fox 25 Boston, November 18, 2016

By Blair Miller and Jason Solowski

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how-the-university-of-alabama-became-a-national-player

New York Times, November 3, 2016

By Laura Pappano

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president-johnson-s-historical-inauguration-prompts-campus-wide-exhilaration

The Wellesley News, October 6, 2016

By Alexandria Otero and Genae Matthews

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immigrants-play-a-disproportionate-role-in-american-entrepreneurship-2

Business Mirror, October 9, 2016

By Sari Pekkala Kerr and William R. Kerr

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a-youth-development-approach-to-evaluation-critical-participatory-action-research

Nonprofit Quarterly, October 6, 2016

By Sarah Zeller-Berkman, Carolina Munoz-Proto, and Maria Elena Torre

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immigrants-play-a-disproportionate-role-in-american-entrepreneurship

Harvard Business Review, October 3, 2016

By Sari Pekkala Kerr and William R. Kerr

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everything-has-changed-an-interview-with-judy-jordan

High Beam Research, October 1, 2016

By Thelma Duffey and Heather Trepal

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how-much-does-child-care-cost-in-massachusetts-compared-to-the-rest-of-the-u-s

WBUR 90.9, Radio Boston, September 28, 2016

By Caitlin O’Keefe and Meghna Chakrabarti

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wam-theatre-thrilled-by-recent-grants-and-nominations

WAM Theatre Thrilled by Recent Grants and Nominations

Broadway World, September 12, 2016

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us-depends-on-immigrant-entrepreneurs

Oxford Business Law Blog, September 8, 2016

By Sari Pekkala Kerr and William Kerr

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school-sexual-harassment-underreported-and-ignored

Women’s Media Center, September 6, 2016

By Erin Siegal McIntyre

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an-issue-for-the-2016-immigration-debate-what-about-entrepreneurs

Wall Street Journal, September 4, 2016

By Robert Litan

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an-expert-explains-why-you-feel-so-lonely-all-the-time

VICE, September 2, 2016

By Annie Vainshtein

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one-quarter-of-entrepreneurs-in-the-united-states-are-immigrants

Harvard Business School Working Knowledge, August 31, 2016

By Michael Blanding

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unpacking-white-privilege

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, August 21, 2016

By Mark N. Kramer

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women-s-leadership-in-theater

Howl Round, August 21, 2016

By Sumru Erkut and Ineke Ceder

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white-privilege-the-mirror-of-erised

Harry Potter Sacred Text, August 10, 2016

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immigrant-entrepreneurship-and-employment-growth-in-the-u-s

Vox - CEPR's Policy Portal, August 10, 2016

By Sari Pekkala Kerr and William Kerr

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parents-join-schools-in-starting-early-dialogue-on-sexual-assault

NPR, All Things Considered, August 9, 2016

By Tovia Smith

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do-your-friends-actually-like-you

The New York Times, August 6, 2016

By Kate Murphy

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boys-don-t-cry-sure-they-do-and-we-need-to-embrace-it

The Orange County Register, July 25, 2016

By Joelle Casteix

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update-others-viewpoints-on-privilege-critical

The Courier, July 23, 2016

By Karris Golden

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the-8-wokest-white-people-we-know

The Root, July 14, 2016

By Genetta M. Adams

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how-much-white-privilege-do-you-have

Quartz, July 13, 2016

By Kelsey Kennedy

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how-to-pay-attention-to-emojis-and-implicit-assumptions

The Huffington Post, July 5, 2016

By Kimberly Connor

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the-bubble-of-privilege

The Cayman Reporter June 7, 2016
By Tina Trumbach

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advocating-for-the-dignity-of-others

Portland Tribune May 19, 2016
By Cliff Newell

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career-coaching-for-the-playdate-generation

The New York Times April 7, 2016
by Laura Pappano

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rewire-your-brain-for-better-relationships

The Self Improvement Show March 24, 2016
Hosted by Dr. Irene Conlan

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treatment-no-longer-behind-bars

MetroWest Daily News, Framingham March 19, 2016
by Brittney McNamara

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how-to-build-strong-healthy-relationships-for-home-office-kids

Inspire Nation March 16, 2016
With Michael Sandler

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how-to-get-close

THINK on KERA February 22, 2016

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fighting-for-love

Conflict Healing February 15, 2016
With Mari Frank and Leonard Szymczak

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wired-to-connect

Gluck Radio February 5, 2016

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state-fumbled-for-answers-while-girl-was-in-limbo

Boston Globe January 30, 2016
by Nestor Ramos and Evan Allen

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what-is-white-privilege

The Washington Post January 16, 2016
by Christine Emba

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relationship-mantras-the-helpful-and-not-so-helpful

Real Simple: The Labor of Love January 14, 2016
by Lori Leibovich

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in-mass-schools-a-focus-on-well-being

Boston Globe January 5, 2016
by James Vaznis

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wrapping-all-the-way-around

Wrapping All the Way Around February/March 2016 issue
by American Federation of Teachers Massachusetts

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