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Sheree Gregory (PhD) Nov 8
Replying to @JessicaCalarco
Always great hearing stories like these
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Jess Calarco Nov 8
I was that toddler in class. And, later, that elementary schooler who tagged along to evening classes and on sick days when my mom went back to finish her degree. I'm so grateful to the college professors who welcomed my mom and me. And I'm happy to do the same for my students.
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Sheree Gregory (PhD) Nov 7
Replying to @bestqualitycrab
Congratulations Deb
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Sheree Gregory (PhD) Nov 6
Replying to @lisawade @WWNsoc
Very exciting and great table of contents!
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Brigid Delaney Nov 5
From me -- to you ‘Self-partnered’ Emma Watson is right: we need more ways to be single | Brigid Delaney
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Sheree Gregory (PhD) Nov 6
Congratulations, Warren!
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Leah Ruppanner Nov 6
Me in the NY Times: “Kids bring an intensity of demands that makes people feel time poor,” she said, and she has described the time pressure that mothers, in particular, feel as “a chronic stress that slowly deteriorates their health.”
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Sheree Gregory (PhD) Nov 6
Replying to @KFenbyHulse
Should aim to enhance, advance & improve the workplace culture for impact - via initiatives that support high quality research, teaching & learning, leadership; foster & develop relationships with stakeholders; invest in & develop diverse talent internally in the org.
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Kate Huppatz Nov 4
Women are regularly read and cited less in academia, but not for lack of research, UCI study shows
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Plan International Australia Oct 10
For we asked 1,460 Australian girls who they most admire. Congratulations for being voted their #1 role model. We are constantly inspired by your empathy, your passion for social justice and your resolve. Happy
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RN - Radio National Oct 10
Leading Indigenous filmmaker Rachel Perkins will give the 2019 ABC Boyer Lectures this November. Her lectures will be titled The End of Silence.
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Kathleen Gerson Oct 10
Thanks, Molly. And these are crises we can overcome with the right political choices...
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Janet Gornick Oct 2
In today's , recounts history of US women's employment and public child care during WW2. Key lesson: the barriers to accessible, quality, public child care today are entirely political. These photos are tremendous.
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Sheree Gregory (PhD) Oct 2
Get well soon
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Youqing FAN Aug 25
Recent publication Collectivism-oriented HRM on team creativity: effects of interpersonal harmony and human resource management strength, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 
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Sheree Gregory (PhD) Sep 11
Replying to @VBatesWriter
Wonderful news, Vanessa! Very best wishes for your PhD and the first year kick-off - an exciting stage to be at!!
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Sheree Gregory (PhD) Sep 10
Good luck with your paper Suneel!!
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Leah Ruppanner Sep 8
4-day work weeks without universal childcare are a trap. Work schedules stuck in the '50s model of having a housewife at home. Work and government policies haven't changed to address the modern family The extra work falls to women.
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Sheree Gregory (PhD) Sep 5
Crazy Rich Asians Co-Writer Left Sequel After Learning White Male Colleague Earned Around 10 Times Her Salary via
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Sheree Gregory (PhD) Aug 29
Congratulations!
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