SWE’s assessment of the most significant research found in the past year’s social science literature on women engineers and women in STEM disciplines, plus recommendations for future analysis and study.
Final rules on new regulations are expected to dramatically empower people who have been historically neglected.
Members of SWE’s research advisory council met with European colleagues, examining commonalities and differences in the issues affecting the retention of women in male-dominated STEM workplaces.
Organizations and industry partners form a collaborative to transform the culture of engineering, address crucial issues collectively, leverage resources, and make the field more inclusive and supportive of women of color.
Comparing the experiences and perceptions of women in STEM professions in the United States with their European counterparts, the Gender Scan survey revealed striking similarities and key differences.
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