Doctoral Student Presents at “EmPOWERing Women Leadership Conference”

On Wednesday, January 17, 2018, Noah Bacine (a fifth-year doctoral student in behavioral economics) presented at the fourth annual “EmPOWERing Women Leadership Conference” in Austin, TX.

Noah presented on a panel that discussed “Is Work-Based ‘Housework’ Perpetuating the Glass Ceiling?” His presentation offered academic research on the disproportionate allocation of “non-promotable tasks” assigned to women in the workplace. Panelists discussed their personal experiences, the impact on career trajectories, and strategies for change.

Congratulations, Noah!