Selected posts

Wynn, Alison. 2018. "The Promise of 'Small-Wins' -- A Change Model to Achieve Gender Equality.Gender News, Clayman Institute for Gender Research, March 7.

Wynn, Alison. 2017. “The Perils of Black Professional Labor in the New Economy: Professor Adia Harvey Wingfield Presents Her New Research at the Clayman Institute.Gender News, Clayman Institute for Gender Research, June 9.

Wynn, Alison. 2015. “Love is Equality: The Clayman Institute’s Newest Online Education Module ‘Work & Family: Getting to 50/50’ Stresses the Importance of Relationships Being Equal Partnerships.Gender News, Clayman Institute for Gender Research, February 8.

Wynn, Alison. 2014. “It Pays to Be Flexible at Work: Rather Than Just Targeting Women, Successful Flexible Work Programs Include All Employees.Diversity Executive Magazine 7(3): 40-43.

Wynn, Alison. 2013. “Gay Marriage, Politics, and the Ivory Tower: Sociologists Research the Impact of Same-Sex Marriage on Children and Families.Gender News, Clayman Institute for Gender Research, September 26.

Wynn, Alison. 2013. “Employees Uphold One-Way Honor System, Expect Little in Return: In the Workplace, Loyalty is Not a Two-Way Street, According to Sociologist Allison Pugh.Gender News, Clayman Institute for Gender Research, September 2.

Wynn, Alison. 2013. “Women Leaders Speak About Leadership: At Women’s Leadership Dinner, Two Inspiring Leaders Provide Perspectives on Empowering Women’s Voices at Stanford.Gender News, Clayman Institute for Gender Research, July 1.

Wynn, Alison. 2013. “Taking Back the Right to Take Leave: Worker Rights and Workplace Culture on the 20th Anniversary of the Family and Medical Leave Act.Gender News, Clayman Institute for Gender Research, January 7.

Wynn, Alison. 2012. “Seeing Through the Glass Ceiling: Do Women Favor Structural or Meritocratic Explanations for How They Reach Corporate Success?Gender News, Clayman Institute for Gender Research, November 5. Awarded Myra Strober prize.

Wynn, Alison. 2012. “Why Unplugging Can Lead to Happier, More Productive Workers: A Report from the Redesigning/Redefining Work Project.Gender News, Clayman Institute for Gender Research, August 20.