Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math (STEM)

Malaysian women redefine gender roles in technology

By Ruth Schechter

Originally posted February 8, 2010 on Gender News from the Clayman Institute for Gender Research

According to national studies, women hold more than half of all professional occupations in the U.S. but fewer than 24 percent of all computing-related occupations, representing a huge pool of untapped talent. The numbers are not moving in favor of increasing women’s participation in technology; in 2008 women earned only 18 percent of all computer science degrees. Back in 1985, women earned 37 percent of CS degrees, nearly double today’s share.


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Medical women in academia: the silences we keep

There are more medical women today in academia as students, residents and faculty than ever before. However, a certain silence continues to dismiss the challenges they face in balancing career demands, family life, gender biases and harassment. This same silence continues to perpetuate a culture that is inhospitable to the retention of women in academic medicine.
 

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http://www.cmaj.ca/cgi/reprint/167/8/877.pdf

A “soft” approach to innovating science education

December 8, 2009 posted by Theresa Johnston

Originally posted December 7, 2009 on Gender News from the Clayman Institute for Gender Research


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Front and Center: Women in Science, Environment and Technology

May 18, 2009 posted by admin


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