More women are earning STEM doctorates, but they still face unconscious bias and gaps in pay and research resources.
The Association for Women in Science (AWIS) recognizes the serious long-term impact of this lack of diverse perspectives in research and education.
From the Margins to the Center: In-Depth with Susan Windham-Bannister, PhD, AWIS President Talks About Diversity and Inclusion
An interview with AWIS President Dr. Susan Windham-Bannister. Throughout this interview, she focuses on the need for diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
The Scholarly Kitchen | On Being a Leader Who Happens to Be a Woman of Color: A Conversation with Rochelle Williams
A conversation with Salina Gray, Raquel Tamez, and Rochelle Williams as they focus on what its like to be a leader and woman of color.
Women, especially minority women, are underrepresented in leadership roles and often taken less seriously because of their gender or race. That’s the word from AWIS, which says the problem is seen across all sectors.
Research from the Association for Women in Science, analyzing 18 science societies with a total membership of about 500,000, found that men are disproportionately likely to win prizes celebrating their intellectual contributions, while women are disproportionately likely to win teaching awards.