The equalizing power of U.S. higher education for immigrant Indian women’s job prospects

Harvard Bell Fellow A. Nicole Kreisberg, PhD, and her colleague Liz Jacobs, PhD, have published their findings in International Migration which suggest that although according to the New Immigrant Survey, Indian men do better than Indian women in the U.S. job market, women with a U.S. college degree experience nearly the same occupational attainment as comparably educated Indian men.

Green fields of promise when it comes to better gender integration across fields of study within U.S. higher ed

Harvard Sloan Fellow Kyle Albert, PhD, is co-author of a study that has found less gender segregation in the newer fields of study within the U.S. higher educational arena, such as in the green fields that have emerged in response to greater environmental awareness.