NYU Abu Dhabi social science faculty and researchers are frequently featured in local and international media.
New analysis offers insights into causes of persistent inequities affecting non-white scientists and their research
A team of NYU Abu Dhabi researchers is reporting new findings that highlight previously unknown ways through which non-white scientists suffer from inequities when it comes to the process of having their research considered, published, and cited, potentially hindering the advancement of their academic careers.
Phys Org | March 21, 2023
Journal editors (mainly men) often self-publish – Study
Women scientists are vastly under-represented on the editorial boards of scientific journals, says a new study that examined 1,167 journals in 15 disciplines over 50 years.
PennGSE | January 28, 2023
UAE: Researchers find persistent gender gap among scientific editors
Women have been consistently underrepresented on editorial boards across disciplines, and they are found to be less likely to publish their own work in their own journals.
Khaleej Times | January 17, 2023
These labs are remarkably diverse — here’s why they’re winning at science
Being inclusive gives research groups a competitive edge. It also happens to be the right thing to do.
Nature | June 6, 2018