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Retirements by Senate incumbents in Maryland, Delaware and California created a rare trifecta of open seats in blue states. Even more unusual is the fact that a Black woman is a top contender in each field.
Most New Presidents at Top Research Universities Are Now Women
David Jesse / Chronicle of Higher Education
Women now sit in the president’s office in 30 percent of the nation’s 146 R1 research universities, up from 22 percent when the same survey was conducted in September 2021 by the Women’s Power Gap.
Over more than 100 years, 9 women have raced the Indianapolis 500 and the push for more has stalled
Dave Skretta / Associated Press
Race car drivers often must secure their own sponsorship to help offset the immense funding required of an IndyCar program. That can be difficult for women in the male-dominated sport.
College Gender Gap Starts Early and Extends across Races
Daniel Payares-Montoya and Marisol Cuellar MejiaHans Johnson / Public Policy Institute of California
Female characters in video games don’t talk as much and are given less important dialogue
Emanoelle Santos / Royal Society Open Science
Additional Sources: Gender bias in video game dialogue
The disparity between men and women honoured by the London blue plaques scheme is so great that it would take 300 years, at current rates, to reach equality between the sexes, English Heritage has said, as it called for people to continue nominating more women.