Letters: Why Does Gender Equality Mean Fewer Women in STEM?

In February, Olga Khazan wrote about a new study that explored a strange paradox: Women in countries with more gender equality are less likely ‘ women are statistically not worse at STEM subjects than men,

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Girls Scouts CEO Shares Three Ways To Advance Young Women In Tech
(since May, 2019) “Girl Scouts taught me I could do science and math . three ways all of us can advance young women in technology. Create the right environment for young women to learn While developing girls’ STEM

Young Women in Illinois Can Race to Their Futures
(since May, 2019) Women make up 49 percent of the workforce, yet only 26 percent of jobs in STEM-related fields in Illinois, according to a study by the Illinois Science & Technology Coalition.

Henry Ford College School of STEM Dean recognized in Crain’s Detroit Business’ “Notable Women in STEM” for 2019
(since May, 2019) Janice Gilliland, dean of the Henry Ford College (HFC) School of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), is a “Crain’s Notable Women in STEM” 2019 honoree, as announced in the May 27

You can have it all: Female Malaysian tech CEO Sharala Axryd breaks gender barriers in science
(since May, 2019) asked Axryd’s mum. It’s a classic example of how culture can be one of the biggest factors stopping women from taking on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers. “My mum is a

Florida Polytechnic University Professor becomes the school’s first to join an elite class of women in STEM academics
(Jun 2019) She’s only the second in Florida to join the North American STEM leadership program . selected for a prestigious fellowship of women in science, technology, engineering and math fields.

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