President Johnson spoke with WBUR's Carey Goldberg about the success of asymptomatic COVID testing on college campuses.
President Paula Johnson traces an alumna's death from Covid-19 to the healthcare inequities that claim the lives of minorities in the U.S. and reaffirms her commitment to diversity and financial aid.
President Paula Johnson discusses with The Boston Globe how the Covid-19 pandemic is exposing historic disparities among minorities in the U.S. healthcare system.
President Paula A. Johnson joins Deqo Mohamed, a Somali doctor who helps run a 400-bed hospital in a refugee camp west of Mogadishu, on the BBC's The Conversation to discuss women's health and wellbeing, and how it is central to women's equality.
President Paula A. Johnson co-chaired a National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine committee and a recent report on sexual harassment on women in STEM. “If we are losing talent in science, engineering and medicine, then that is something that is detrimental to our country and quite frankly to the world.”
“We really have to move beyond a mind-set of legal compliance and liability and think about the ways we can change the climate,” said President Paula A. Johnson as the National Academy of Science, Engineering, and Medicine released a new report with recommendations for addressing sexual harassment on women in STEM field in academia.
A groundbreaking report, co-authored by President Paula A. Johnson, on sexual harassment on women in STEM from the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine details persistent hostility female scientists often face and provides recommendations for academic institutions to change the culture and climate.
The National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine released a sweeping report on the significant toll that sexual harassment takes on women in STEM fields. President Paula A. Johnson co-chaired the committee behind the report, which described findings of sexual harassment in university and college settings, and laid out ways to begin to address the issues.
President Johnson wrote in the Washington Post that narrowing access to birth control goes against scientific evidence and needlessly threatens women’s health.