Watch the Solving the Equation Launch Event
Time: 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m Pacific/2–3:30 p.m. Eastern
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We didn’t get to address all of your questions about our report Solving the Equation during our launch event, so our researchers wanted to answer a few more queries on our blog. Read more »
From the research team who brought you Why So Few? Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics comes a deeper dive into engineering and computing, fields that offer 80 percent of STEM jobs but still boast dismal numbers of women students and workers.
Watch the launch event for Solving the Equation: The Variables for Women’s Success in Engineering and Computing live from Samsung’s Mountain View Campus to find out why women aren’t in these fields — and what we as employers, educators, and parents can do about it.
Send in your questions or comments for the panel and follow along with the discussion using the hashtag #addwomen on Twitter.
Meet the Panel
A panel of experts from the industry and academia, moderated by leading gender-in-science researcher Londa Schiebinger, will discuss the report’s findings and what they mean for anyone who cares about tapping the innovative solutions that half our population offers.
Our panel will include
- Robin Bienfait, Executive Vice President and Chief Enterprise Innovation Officer, Samsung
- Aprille Ericsson, Ph.D., SBIR/STTR Program Manager, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
- Elizabeth Gunn, Vice President of Service Delivery and Assurance – West, AT&T
- Jessica Lindl, Executive Director, GlassLab
- Scott McGregor, President and Chief Executive Officer, Broadcom
Solving the Equation Research Report
Get 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.
Solving the Equation PowerPoint Presentation
Share the information found in the report.
10 Ways to Get More Women into Engineering and Tech
What if we told you there are things you can do differently in your daily life to get more women into engineering and tech?
Solving the Equation is made possible by these generous supporters: the National Science Foundation, Research on Gender in Science and Engineering award 1420214; AT&T; and the Mooneen Lecce Giving Circle.