Advocates see this as a concrete signal to the scientific community that bad behavior won't be tolerated.
The proposed policies could go into effect without requiring a vote from Congress.
The rescinded award comes hot on the heels of a grassroots push, among scientists on social media, to get scientific awards removed from alleged harassers.
In a new study, males were more likely to endorse sexually aggressive behavior if they worried they were viewed as incompetent.
Some members of the science community are fighting to ensure that a finding of harassment leads to consequences far beyond whatever the university decides—including their removal from the National Academy of Sciences.
Meanwhile, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is struggling with its own controversy over whether it properly punishes member harassers.
There's not been a sudden spike in sexual harassment within our state legislatures; this has been going on for decades. And professors who help send students to statehouse internships need to be mindful of that fact.
Scientists found to have harassed colleagues or subordinates are now open to having their NSF grants revoked.
One might expect an industry that prioritizes empathy for others to also be a friendly workplace environment for women. But that's not always the case.
In between the rows of men were writers who had been underestimated, rejected, and pushed out—even if their names were and remain unknown.
Numerous writers over the years have written at-length about the worst parts of the entertainment industry. So why have so many people missed it?
Much of it can be traced to the consequences of tip-based compensation for workers in a predominantly female workforce.
The data was compiled by the Office of Compliance, which is tasked with handling workplace disputes for Congress.
Despite being a film that doesn't overtly address politics, the sexual power dynamics of Lady Bird resonate in today's news cycle.
New research finds male college students are genuinely confused about their partners' wishes.
The Los Angeles Times reported in October that Raul Bocanegra was disciplined for inappropriate physical contact with a female staffer in 2009.
Research finds men who feel metaphorically impotent, and then assume a position of authority, are more likely to sexually harass subordinates.
Eddie Berganza's alleged conduct has been known to the company since at least 2010.
After the Harvey Weinstein controversy, Legalist has launched a telephone and online forum for harassment claims in all industries.