Eye2Eye understands that educational, detailed research is critical to our movement. That is why we dedicate ourselves to not only conducting our own research but also collecting and analyzing other’s work as well.

For example, according to the American Sociological Association, “despite women’s rising participation in higher education… women’s hourly wages remain approximately 80 percent of men’s wages.” This is despite the fact that women have earned more bachelor’s degrees than men since 1982, and more masters degrees since 1987, according to this Catalyst report. More importantly, statistics like these show that companies with predominately female boards tend to outperform their industry competitors.

To combat the problem Eye2Eye has decided to begin doing it’s own research, right here at BU. We will present our findings at our upcoming conference

Check out our recent articles here!

  • The Discriminatory Nature of Employment Linked Health Insurance

    August 4, 2020 by

    By Nisha Sweet          The American Dream is a statement that perpetuates the ideals in which freedom and hard work provide for opportunities of prosperity, success, and good health. However, the fragility of the American system proves that this statement mainly applies to those who face few social and economic barriers in the first place.… Read more

  • Riots and Rights: The Lessons of Stonewall in the Modern Day

    July 13, 2020 by

    By Niko Skaperdas With the recent murders of Breonna Taylor, Ahmed Arburry, and George Floyd, protests have broken out calling for justice for the victims of police brutality, police reform, and tangible action to improve the lives and status of black Americans through policy and police reform. As Scholar Simon Hall states, “A model of… Read more

  • Learning from Black Trans Leaders

    July 7, 2020 by

    By Tiffany Jeong In this article, I want to challenge our readers to pursue a deeper understanding of queer bodies of color who have been omitted from the narrative and excluded from the notions of progress for the LGBT+ community. In 2020, drag icons like RuPaul can achieve a net worth of $60million. However, before… Read more

  • The Motherhood Penalty: Why Women are Less Likely to Get the Job

    April 7, 2017 by

    By Sara Demoranville Imagine having the perfect resume for a competitive job opportunity. You have amazing credentials, the necessary skills, and fit the ideal description of the new hiree. Everything is in place and you feel confident about getting the job, except that someone else essentially has the same resume as you. The decision narrows… Read more

  • Motherhood Penalty: Legislation and Science

    April 7, 2017 by

    By Tiffany Jeong In the 20th century after the suffragettes had met their goals, many women left the Feminist movement with the feeling that they had achieved equality. However, on the social front, women have yet to overcome the essentialist mentality that females are inherently less suited for professional careers than men. A recent survey conducted… Read more

  • The Bright Future of Women in Finance

    April 7, 2017 by

    Last March 8th, during International Women’s Day, a statue of a girl defiantly standing in front of the iconic bull statue in Wall street sparked conversation regarding the huge misrepresentation of women in certain fields like finance.

  • The Pay Gap in Sports

    February 13, 2017 by

    By Alanna McDonough-Rice In sports it is known that men’s sports make far more money than women’s sports. Since the beginning of time, players have fought to get better wages and better deals, but people have been putting women’s sports on the back burner for years. They think it won’t make money or have a… Read more

  • Female Quality and Quantity Stagnant at Universities

    November 17, 2016 by

    By Nelly Nguyen There have been numerous studies done on gender equality across industries and countries; however, there aren’t many that focus on education, especially among universities. There is one that stands out in this category – “The Glass Door Remains Closed: Another Look at Gender Inequality in Undergraduate Business Schools” by Laura Marini Davis… Read more

  • Looking Through the Glass: A Modern Perspective on the Glass Ceiling

    November 15, 2016 by

    By Ashley Daniel We are fortunate enough to live in a time where “You can be anything you want to be!” is a prominent statement in nearly every child’s life. However, an overwhelming number of statistics accompanied by a series of public events this year have us all questioning that statement more than ever. Can… Read more

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