BRIDGING THE

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"There are so many good reasons why women should do research"

Read this fantastic profile of our co-chair Ida Vogel ( @vogel_ida) , an inspiring role model for female scientists, highlighting the challenges for women in science:

https://t.co/QBCTgu1dr8

#womeninSTEM

The inequality in research funding stands in the way of new thinking and professional development, and it cements the Danish universities' bottom position in freedom and co-determination:

https://t.co/hVspBYQpbV

"20% of Danish researchers receive 90% of the funds applied for"

Follow @ce_parsons live tweets today for insights from the 2021 Womenomics conference: https://t.co/HiCNUI8wrm

On Wednesday our co-chair Christine Parsons will be a speaker at the Womenomics conference taking place from 9am-12:30.

More information about the conference is available here: https://t.co/LZTVc37OFM

DANWISE members are able to register for 50% off (Thread 1/3)

The Inge Lehmann program applicants will now deduct parental leave by a factor of 2 instead of 1 from phd-age:

https://t.co/cXSyYEXWjk

An important step in bridging the gap for scientist parents!

“Why are young women less likely than young men to persist in academic science and engineering?”

The “specter of motherhood:
“This specter disadvantages young women and amplifies anticipatory concerns about combining an academic career with motherhood”

https://t.co/1pVEcBMCqv

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.

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We encourage all persons of any gender that wishes to apply to join DANWISE.