SCGES Webinar Series
The SCGES Webinar Series is a monthly event organized by its Partner Institutions and coordinated by the Standing Committee for Gender Equality in Science. It highlights various topics of interest around the focus tasks of the Committee. The initiative was launched in 2022.
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SCGES Webinar | February 14th 2023
February 14 @ 10:15 am - 12:45 pm
Hybrid Webinar: How to evaluate and reduce the Gender Gap in Science?
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. This hybrid webinar is the participation of the Standing Committee for Gender Equality in Science to the Global Women’s breakfast.
The event will be held in hybrid format (in-person and online) on February 14th, 2023 at 10:15-12:45 CET.
Campus Condorcet, Conference Center, Room 50 (ground floor), 93300 Aubervilliers, (Greater Paris, France)
Metro: Front Populaire (line 12)
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Participants in the webinar:
- Marie-Françoise Roy (Université de Rennes): “The Gender Gap in Science project and its outcomes”
- Guillaume Hollard (Ecole Polytechnique): “What interventions for more women in science? Tools, knowledge and know-how for the creation and evaluation of public policies”
- Sophie Dabo (Université de Lille), Rachel Ivie (American Institute of Physics): “The global survey of scientists: focus on Africa, Latin-America, Mathematics and Physics”
- Helena Mihaljevic (HTW Berlin): “New results for the gender gap in publication patterns”
- Chair: Mei-Hung Chiu (National Taiwan Normal University)