The need to rethink what the academic sector values and to broaden its ideas of what is best for the academic ecosystem without sacrificing excellence has been highlighted by a series of interviews recently conducted with many women – not only academics – from the University of Cambridge. Summarised in a book ‘The Meaning of Success’ by Jo Bostock. Click here to read the article. On International Women’s Day, do we know what academic success looks like?, Guardian, 7 March 2014
Tomorrow is International Women’s Day. Dame Athene Donald reflects on what academic success means to women and shares insights from The University of Cambridge publication The Meaning of Success by Jo Bostock. Click here to read the article.
Redefining success may help women achieve potential, Times Higher Educational Supplement, 6 March 2014
New book by Jo Bostock explores challenges female academics at Cambridge face on route to top. Click here to read the article.
Report on the Open 2013 Muirfield men-only debate, BBC News, July 2013
Jo Bostock interviewed on whether it matters that a club which excludes women is hosting golf’s most prestigious tournament.
Jo Bostock calls for a new role model army to tell a richer range of stories about being different and successful to our friends, colleagues, employers and the future generations. Click here to read the article.