ISSR Newsmakers | Joya Misra in New York Times on COVID's Gendered Impacts on Faculty

Headshot of ISSR Director Joya Misra

This week, ISSR Director Joya Misra was one of the expert sources cited in the New York Times feature article on the COVID-19 pandemic's gendered impacts on faculty, and in particular the need for more thoughtful recognition in many institutions of the added burden of care that often falls to female faculty. Read the full story at The New York Times.

Dr. Misra is Professor of Sociology and Public Policy at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where she is also co-PI on the NSF ADVANCE program on Collaboration and Equity: The Resources, Relationships, and Recognition (R3) Model for Advancing Women and Underrepresented Faculty in Science and Engineering.