A new report from the Pew Research Center finds that half of all women who have jobs in STEM-related fields report that they have experienced gender discrimination in the workplace.
NCAA Division I Colleges and universities showed an overall student graduation rate of 66 percent. 68 percent of all women who entered college in 2010 earned their degrees within six years compared to 63 percent of men. The gender gap was much larger for student athletes.
College women tend to shy away from certain STEM fields because of a perception that they will face discrimination if they pursue a career in those fields.
STEMINISM: ADVOCATING FOR EQUALITY IN STEM We will expose attending students to exceptional FIU women in the STEM fields that have pioneered major advancements within our community.
Please join us for “How to Write a Winning Sabbatical Proposal” panel presentation. Hear from faculty colleagues about what makes for a strong leave application as well as how to make the most of one’s leave.
Join us for the Learning to Learn Symposium, Featuring Keynote Speaker: Peter Brown, Co-Author of "Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning"
Dr. Suzanna Rose
FMP Director and Associate Provost
Dr. Leslie Frazier
Office to Advance Women, Equity & Diversity