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Addressing sexual harassment during field research

Julienne Rutherford

Julienne Rutherford, assistant professor of women, child and family health science, talks about the incidence of sexual harassment and assault women scientists experience during field research in the March 12 Nature.

 

“Few things are simply a women’s issue; this is a community issue.”

 

Julienne Rutherford, assistant professor of women, child and family health science, on the incidence of sexual harassment and assault women scientists experience during field research, March 12 Nature

 

 

“I saw children going to jail for protesting to keep their poetry and I thought, is this America, really?”

 

Luis Alberto Urrea, professor of English and distinguished professor of liberal arts and sciences, on the inspiration for his new book of poetry, The Tijuana Book of the Dead, March 12 “The Takeaway,” WNYC Radio

 

 

“As prices for healthy foods go up, we have seen obesity rates going up. As we have seen prices for unhealthy foods going down, we have seen obesity rates going up.”

 

Frank Chaloupka, distinguished professor of economics and director of the Health Policy Center, on a measure under consideration by Vermont lawmakers to add an excise tax to sugar-sweetened beverages, March 11 Burlington Free Press

 

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