"Women report that paid parental leave and adequate childcare are important factors in their recruitment and retention. These results have broad implications for efforts to improve the inclusiveness of scholarship."
More about "The Unequal Impact of Parenthood in Academia": https://t.co/yMklTD9kq6
The @IIMCB_Poland is organising a Women in Science Symposium next week:
The program includes several incredible speakers, such as @Magda_Skipper (Editor in Chief, Nature)
For more information and sign up: https://t.co/7WtslWIRsb
WiSS'21 brings to you 3 fantastic workshops which aim at strengthening the participants’ soft-skills. More about workshops & conference registration panel is available here: https://t.co/10VA1o7M9D
#WomeninScienceSymposium #WiSS #WiSS21 #WomeninScience #mosaic #mosaicdiary https://t.co/dZ2KoEGbUd
Check out this "Women in STEM panel debate" happening as part of a STEM Virtual Career Fair on the 24th of Feb: https://t.co/VBKamDCtTR https://t.co/dts2x67HqN
On February 11th, DANWISE facilitated an online conference, gathering Danish institutions and other organisations, to discuss the needs and possibilities of a tailored model for reaching gender equality in Denmark.
Read more here:
#DANWISE #WomeninSTEM https://t.co/0Ze2H2XVFI
On March 8th our Vice-Chairwomen Christine Parsons ( @ce_parsons) will be representing DANWISE at this AU-wide conference on Gender Equality at Aarhus University.
Check out the program and sign up below
#genderequity #womeninstem #diversityAU #bridgingthegap https://t.co/wwuO3POixH
Full programme is now finalised for the 8th March #GenderEqualityAU-online conference at #AarhusUni. Speakers include researchers from Cambridge University, Radboud University and Copenhagen University.
More info and sign up here: https://t.co/LP27nqQNgL
The Danish Society for Women in Science (DANWISE) is a non-profit organization committed to BRIDGING THE GENDER GAP in the STEMM, humanities and social sciences fields in Denmark,
by increasing gender inequality awareness,
by reducing gender biases
and improving hiring and promotion of women.