Portraits Of Women In Science
Breakthrough is a short film anthology from Science Friday and Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) that follows women working at the forefront of their fields. Each episode blends deeply personal stories with innovative scientific research of women across STEM fields.
One possible plug for the leaky pipeline
About Ben Barres
'I was born a woman. Thirteen years ago, at the age of 40, I decided to change my sex.'
Women in Neuroscience: A Call to Action
IWiN Toolkit: Candidate Recruitment and Evaluation
Anne-Marie Slaughter’s ‘Unfinished Business’
Three years ago, Anne-Marie Slaughter wrote an article for The Atlantic about the difficulty of career advancement for professional women with children. “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All,” which has now grown into “Unfinished Business,” electrified readers. Slaughter’s criticisms of workplace policies and attitudes were not new, but her article had the force of her own belated awakening to the problem.
Science faculty’s subtle gender biases favor male students
Female academics: don't power dress, forget heels – and no flowing hair allowed
Women need to be seen and heard at conferences
History of women in science
Science shapes all aspects of the world as it is today, from technology to advancements in health and medicine. When people think of these advancements and the scientists behind them, it is generally the efforts of men that come to mind. Women have also contributed significantly to the world of science, but despite the strong presence of women in science-related fields, history has not given them the credit that they deserve.
CAREER MANAGEMENT & TRAINING:
Institute for Academic Development - IAD
Athena SWAN - Recognising advancement of gender equality: representation, progression and success for all.
Facebook page Women in Research
Project Implicit See how you get on in the Harvard Implicit Bias test about gender!
Inspiring the Future - Redraw the Balance video how children define career opportunities as male and female