Recommended Read: Gender Diversity in STEM
This week we're recommending WWEST's Gender Diversity in STEM: Abriefing on women in science and engineering.
From the publisher Blurb: “Whether meeting with STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) industry leaders, talking to engineers and scientists, holding workshops for non-profit leaders, or running outreach events for youth, the same questions come up and again:
“Why women in STEM?”
“Why does it matter?”
“Aren’t we past bias in the workplace?”
“What if engineering just isn’t interesting to girls?”
“What can I do?”
Answering these questions requires analysis supported by facts: studies, statistics, research, and scientifically-supported conclusions.
This book responds to common questions, topics, and misconceptions with factual, cited answers and evidence. Each topic is succinct, covered in an at-a-glance visual format. These chapters are accompanied by commentaries from industry leaders and academic experts, selected to provide additional perspectives on the issue of gender diversity in STEM.”
Visit the library, and borrow this book today! Q130 P37 2015