Christi Corbett

Christianne Corbett is a senior researcher at AAUW, where she writes about gender equity in education and the workplace. She is a co-author of AAUW’s Graduating to a Pay Gap (2012); Why So Few? Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (2010); and Where the Girls Are: The Facts about Gender Equity in Education (2008). Corbett is a spokesperson on research topics regarding the gender pay gap and women in STEM. Before coming to AAUW, she worked as a legislative fellow on Capitol Hill and as a mechanical design engineer in the aerospace industry. Corbett holds a master’s degree in cultural anthropology from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and bachelor’s degrees in aerospace engineering and government from the University of Notre Dame.
Solving the Equation

PowerPoint Presentation: Solving the Equation: The Variables for Women’s Success in Engineering and Computing

Use this presentation to share the findings from AAUW’s latest research report Solving the Equation, The Variables for Women’s Success in Engineering and Computer at meetings, conferences, and other events. This presentation will feature the latest data on engineering and computing, how few women are working in these fields, and what can be done. Read more »

Download the Quick Facts from Solving the Equation

This colorful, accessible fact sheet makes it easy to share some of the key themes of the Solving the Equation: The Variables for Women’s Success in Engineering and Computing report and spark discussion in your community. Read more »

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Solving the Equation: The Variables for Women’s Success in Engineering and Computing

AAUW’s research report, Solving the Equation: The Variables for Women’s Success in Engineering and Computing, features the latest data on women’s achievement in subjects related to engineering and computing, how few women are working in these fields, and what can be done. Read more »

Research   |   Career and Workplace   |   March 26, 2015
Solving the Equation

Get the Solving the Equation Report

The full Solving the Equation: The Variables for Women’s Success in Engineering and Computing report is provided free of charge. Read more »

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PowerPoint Presentation: The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap

This easy-to-use PowerPoint, with talking points included for each slide, allows you to share the latest information on the gender pay gap at meetings, conferences, and other events. Read more »

The Simple Truth Spring 2015 Cover

The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap (Spring 2015)

Updated regularly with the most current statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Census Bureau, The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap is a commonsense guide that provides key facts about the gender pay gap in the United States. Read more »

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Three Reasons the Wage Gap Hurts Women in STEM

An AAUW analysis of 2011 U.S. Census Bureau data shows that in many science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) jobs — as in most other fields — women continue to […] Read more »

Blog   |   Economic Justice   |   14 Comments   |   April 05, 2013
AAUW Salary Calculator: What is your college major worth?

What’s Your College Major Worth?

Your college major and your occupation make a big difference in how much you are paid. Just in time for Equal Pay Day, we are launching the AAUW Salary Calculator. […] Read more »

New Pay Gap Data Shows It’s Not “The End of Men”

At AAUW, we’re not looking to engage in a battle of the sexes. Our goal is for men and women to be equally capable of achieving economic security for themselves and their families. In 2011, women earned just 77 percent of what men earned. We’ve still got a long way to go. Read more »

Blog   |   Career and Workplace   |   1 Comments   |   September 12, 2012