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A panel of experts from the industry and academia, moderated by leading gender-in-science researcher Londa Schiebinger, will discuss the report’s findings and what they mean for anyone who cares about tapping the innovative solutions that half our population offers.

3/26/2015
When: 3/26/2015
11:00 AM
Where: Solving the Equation- The Variables for Women's Success in Engineering Computing
Presenter: AAUW
Contact: 202-785-7700
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Thank you for registering to watch the live stream event for AAUW’s newest research report, Solving the Equation: The Variables for Women’s Success in Engineering and Computing, on Thursday, March 26.

A panel of experts from the industry and academia, moderated by leading gender-in-science researcher Londa Schiebinger, will discuss the report’s findings and what they mean for anyone who cares about tapping the innovative solutions that half our population offers.

Our panel will include

  • Robin Bienfait, Executive Vice President and Chief Enterprise Innovation Officer, Samsung
  • Aprille Joy Ericsson, Small Business Innovative Research/Small Business Technology Transfer Research Program Manager, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  • Elizabeth Gunn, Vice President of Service Delivery and Assurance — West, AT&T
  • Jessica Lindl, Executive Director, GlassLab
  • Scott McGregor, President and Chief Executive Officer, Broadcom

The stream will be active starting 30 minutes before the event. The event will begin at 11 a.m. Pacific/2 p.m. Eastern on March 26. We recommend that you tune in at least 10 minutes before the event to test your speakers and streaming services.

  

In the meantime, you can brush up on the findings in our original women-in-STEM report, Why So Few?, and keep up with our work by checking out our website.

During the event, send your questions or comments for the panel and follow along with the discussion using the hashtag #addwomen on Twitter. You can also ask questions by calling 650.210.1536.

If you have any questions or problems connecting with the stream, please e-mailconnect@aauw.org or call 202.785.7700.

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