How to evaluate and reduce the Gender Gap in Science?

This hybrid event was simultaneously the participation of SCGES to the Global Women’s Breakfast and the 7th SCGES webinar.

Date and Time: Tuesday 14 February 2023, 9H-12H 45 CET=UTC+1

Summary: The interdisciplinary and international Gender Gap in Science project ended in 2019. It is timely to reflect on its results, follow up and outcomes and to learn about alternative approaches.

Venue: Campus Condorcet, Conference Center, Room 50 (ground floor), 93300 Aubervilliers, (Greater Paris, France), Metro: Front Populaire (line 12) .

Agenda and Schedule

9H -10 H 15: (In person only) Global Women’s Breakfast

Introduction by the Chair Mei-Hung Chiu, National Taiwan Normal University.

10H 15 – 10 H 45: Marie-Françoise Roy, Université de Rennes: The Gender Gap in Science project and its outcomes.

10H 15 – 11H 30: Guillaume Hollard, Ecole Polytechnique: What interventions for more women in science? Tools, knowledge and know-how for the creation and evaluation of public policies. 

11H 30 – 12 H 15: Sophie Dabo, Université de Lille, Rachel Ivie, American Institute of Physics: The global survey of scientists: focus on Africa, Latin-America, Mathematics and Physics.

12 H 15 – 12 H 45: Helena Mihaljevic, HTW Berlin: New results for the gender gap in publication patterns

Reccord on the SCGES YouTube chanel. Slides with statistics about the event. Introduction by Mei-Hung Chiu, slides. Presentations by Marie-Franoise Roy, slides, Guillaume Hollard,slides, Sophie Dabo, slides, Rachel Ivie, slides. slides about Chile, Helena Mihaljevic, video.

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