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'Motherhood penalty' starts even before kids, study finds

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Professor Collins quoted on universal paid family leave and work/family policies.

Institute in Critical Quantitative, Computational, and Mixed Methodologies established

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More than $1.1 million has been secured by Johnson and his partners from the NSF and the Spencer Foundation to support The Institute in Critical Quantitative, Computational, and Mixed Methodologies (ICQCM) has been established at Washington University in St. Louis.

Congratulations Cunningham

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Congratulations to ⁦‪David Cunningham, Department Chair and Professor of Sociology, for winning the ⁦‪ASA Peace, War and Social Conflict's Robin Williams Award for Distinguished Contributions to Scholarship, Teaching, and Service!

Mothers Are Drowning In Stress: Here’s What Can Help

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Caitlyn Collins quoted in Simple Most on working moms and managing stress.

Women Working Longer Hours, Sleeping Less, as They Juggle Commitments

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Caitlyn Collins in The Wall Street Journal on working mothers and work-life balance.

Why American Moms Can’t Get Enough Expert Parenting Advice

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Caitlyn Collins writes in the Atlantic about women's struggle to balance work and family life.

America is not for mothers

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A St. Louis Post-Dispatch op-ed shares ideas from Caitlyn Collins' book "Making Motherhood Work."

Flexible working for parents is great. But child-free people need it, too

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Caitlyn Collins explores how work and family tensions are exacerbated by both a long-hours culture and what she sees as society’s dismissive attitudes towards care-giving in The Guardian.

Abandoning public education will be considered unthinkable 50 years from now

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In The Highlight by Vox, Adia Harvey Wingfield discusses school choice and inequality.

WashU Expert: New labor laws would strengthen unions, fight income inequalities

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The Source recaps Jake Rosenfeld's testimony on March 26 before a House Subcommittee exploring changes to the National Labor Relations Act.

Why U.S. Working Moms – And Are So Stressed What To Do About It

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Caitlyn Collins discusses working moms, stress, and resolutions on HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review.

Can moms really have work-life balance?

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Caitlyn Collins talks about the myth of work-life balance in an interview for KARE11.