Today at 14:15 @eautoft presents her #phd #dissertation “Motivation, organisational gender equality work, and the postfeminist gender regime. A feminist approach”. Based on her publications, interviews, and articles, this will be a good one! ⚥ #genderequality @AarhusUni https://t.co/aV8Ta6YKSg
What is stopping you from starting something new?
@DANWISE_DK & @REBBLS have joined forces to deliver this 4-part webinar series titled “Mobilising our #entrepreneurs of tomorrow”.
For registration and full program details, see the link below 🔗
#startups #womeninbusiness https://t.co/oBrcIDvKvh
Incredible preliminary analysis by @ME_Frederickson who shows that while the number of journal submissions are ⬆️ during the #coronacrisis compared with the same time last year, that ⬇️ women are corresponding authors to these manuscripts. A concerning trend for #genderequality https://t.co/BQtkqSHE5r
The 2021 L’Oréal-UNESCO For #womeninscience International #award is open for nomination until May 31st 2020. 5 outstanding researchers will be awarded from the Physical Sciences, Maths & Computer Science. Nominate in the link below 💫
We hope participants enjoyed our first webinar in the @DANWISE_DK workshop series. Register at our home page for more events and news 👉🏻 https://t.co/u9t5YaUAF0 https://t.co/0Z2QTNiSIN
The Danish Society for Women in Science (DANWISE) is a non-profit organization committed to BRIDGING THE GENDER GAP in the STEMM and humanities fields in Denmark,
by increasing gender inequality awareness,
by reducing gender biases
and improving hiring and promotion of women.