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Dr. Jennifer L. Jacquet

Environmental-Studies Researcher

New York University

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Email: j***@***.edu

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New York University

70 Washington Square South

New York, New York 10012

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1831, New York University is the largest private university in the United States. The University, which is composed of 14 schools, colleges, and divisions, occupies five major centers in Manhattan. It operates branch campus and research program ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor and Social Scientist

NYU

Affiliations

Board of Advisors Member
Hua Foundation

Fish Babe
UBC

Project Members
Sea Around Us Contact

Advisory Board Member
Shark Truth

Post-Doctoral Fellow At Fisheries Centre
College for Interdisciplinary Studies

Board Member
Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association

Volunteer Field Agent
Ocean Sentry

Education

B.A.

Environmental Economics

M.S.

Environmental Economics

Ph.D.

PhD

New York University

PhD

University of British Columbia

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Shaming, writes Jennifer Jacquet of New York University, is "exposing a transgressor to public disapproval.


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Shaming, writes Jennifer Jacquet of New York University, is "exposing a transgressor to public disapproval.


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Jennifer Jacquet, Clinical Assistant Professor, New York University Environmental Studies Department


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Jennifer Jacquet, now a clinical assistant professor in environmental sciences at NYU, made the suggestion that kicked off the gender project, which she then worked on. The results showed that "things are getting better for women in academia," she says.

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Jennifer Jacquet, now a clinical assistant professor in environmental sciences at NYU, made the suggestion that kicked off the gender project, which she then worked on. The results showed that "things are getting better for women in academia," she says.
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When Jennifer Jacquet first visited Carl T. Bergstrom's evolutionary-biology lab at the University of Washington last year, she was surrounded by men.
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Jennifer Jacquet, now a clinical assistant professor in environmental sciences at NYU, made the suggestion that kicked off the gender project, which she then worked on. The results showed that "things are getting better for women in academia," she says.
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"The lab is like visiting a fraternity," says Ms. Jacquet, who completed her postdoc at the University of British Columbia before starting this year as a clinical assistant professor in environmental studies at New York University.
Perhaps being the only woman in the lab prompted Ms. Jacquet's answer when Mr. Bergstrom, a professor of theoretical and evolutionary biology, asked her what should be done with a remarkable new trove of data.
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For Ms. Jacquet, the answer was clear: What did the articles and their authors show about gender differences in publishing? Were women and men equal in this fundamental coin of the academic realm, a currency that buys tenure, promotions, and career success?
To Ms. Jacquet's surprise, Mr. West and Mr. Bergstrom took her idea and ran with it.
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Her name will appear fourth on an article that Mr. Bergstrom's lab hopes to publish on the findings, behind Mr. West (who is first), Ms. Jacquet, and Molly M. King, one of Ms. Correll's graduate students.
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"The results show us what a lot of people have been saying and many of my female colleagues have been feeling," says Ms. Jacquet. "Things are getting better for women in academia."
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"The gap between women as first authors and women as last authors is actually growing, which suggests that women in scientific fields are allowed to have ideas and do most of the work on a paper, but do not yet have the big grants and labs full of students and postdocs that would establish them in the prestigious last-author position," says Ms. Jacquet.
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Ms. Jacquet says she was surprised to find that her own experience as a female scientist was not reflected by women in the Washington study of the JSTOR archives.
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Correction (10/22/2012, 3:36 p.m.): This article originally misstated Ms. Jacquet's authorship status on 10 scholarly articles she had published as of last year. She was the first author on all 10, not the only author.


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Shaming, writes Jennifer Jacquet of New York University, is "exposing a transgressor to public disapproval.

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