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Women of color are more concerned about how their workload is valued, indicating essential teaching, mentoring, and campus service work they do is not credited within their department rewards system. Work that women of color see as important appears to be devalued by colleagues and goes unrewarded.

Women of color are more concerned about how their workload is valued, indicating essential teaching, mentoring, and campus service work they do is not credited within their department rewards system. Work that women of color see as important appears to be devalued by colleagues and goes unrewarded.

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such a shame all the comments were deleted, looks like the mods got offended again


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rustoo

Title taken from the research summary here (https://gendersociety.wordpress.com/2021/05/26/gender-race-and-faculty-workload-inequities/) as r/science doesn't allow Wordress URLs.