Documented surveys have found that hat 80 percent of moms feel stressed about balancing childcare, work, home and relationships — which makes sense if you consider that these women reported spending 80 hours on home responsibilities in addition to work. No wonder many of them are regularly breaking down in tears. Help can come in […]
The InStepp Blog: Our Perspective
Visit the InStepp Blog often to get our perspective on issues and local events. Our bloggers continually scan the internet looking for news, ideas and other information of potential interest to our readers.
No American can escape the 2016 presidential race news coverage. Amidst the news, conversations about the current election seem to evolve (or, devolve?) into different, more general conversations. Recently, one of the stories involved Margaret Albright and Gloria Steinem, who suggested that supporting Hillary Clinton was the duty of women who considered themselves “feminists.” Don’t […]
In last month’s piece we learned about an up and coming organization that is centered on being the spark, the inspiration, the motivation for women, especially across the continent of Africa in the fields of STEM. This month’s article we focus on the next aspect of that journey, the many women in universities who are […]