Women are making significant impacts in fields that have previously catered to male employees. Thrive Global talks about how AWIS can help.
In honor of Black History Month, BioSpace chose to highlight AWIS National Board President Dr. Susan Windham-Bannister and other African American leaders in the life sciences, individuals who have prominent roles in the life sciences and biopharmaceutical industry.
AWIS conducts research on the different ways to incorporate female leaders throughout the workplace.
Girls are great at math. But if they’re even better at reading, they might be more motivated to choose a humanities-focused career.
PR Newswire | AWIS Announces Top Awards for STEM Excellence, Leadership, Workplace Equity and Inclusion
The 2020 award recipients are individuals, companies and organizations making significant contributions to increased workplace diversity, including placing women in leadership positions and advocating for more inclusive practices in STEM.
“It was of course very disappointing,” said Dr. Heather Metcalf. “I definitely don’t think it’s a fair reflection of the contributions women have made to STEM.”