In a Q&A, Layli Maparyan, Ph.D., and Peggy McIntosh, Ph.D., discuss McIntosh’s life’s work for which she is being honored.
USAID awarded $5 million to a team of eight institutions, including WCW, to implement a program to protect one of Africa’s most important rainforests.
Jennifer Grossman, Ph.D., and her team will assess the curriculum’s impact on high school students in Cleveland, Ohio.
Linda Charmaraman, Ph.D., contributed to an American Psychological Association advisory on social media use in adolescence and met with members of Congress.
Wendy Wagner Robeson, Ed.D., will study those who have recently become home-based child care providers and those who have left the field.
In a Q&A, Linda Williams, Ph.D., and Wellesley graduate Simone Toney discuss their experience updating a chapter on rape and sexual assault.
In a Q&A, Laura Pappano discusses her new book about parent activism and partisan politics in public schools, and shares an excerpt.
Sari Kerr, Ph.D., worked with Nobel Prize winner Claudia Goldin, Ph.D., on some of her groundbreaking research on the gender pay gap.
In an excerpt of an essay she wrote for Global Citizen, Pashtana Durrani talks about her experience since the Taliban took power in August 2021.