Gender Dimensions in Physics and Math-Intensive Research and Teaching
Lund University, GENERA Network and Nordic Network for Diversity in Physics invite to this network conference about how to integrate the gender dimension in areas of physics and other math-intensive research: GeDiMIRT - Gender Dimensions in Physics and Math-Intensive Research and Teaching.
A detailed program will come soon, but here are some of the speakers and preliminary titles for their contributions:
- Anna Danielsson, Stockholm University: Unexpected trajectories into a ‘hard’ science: Gender, identity, and culture in physic.
- Jeff Hearn, Örebro University: What might men and masculinities have to do with physics and physicists?
- Alexandra Kalev, Tel Aviv University: Faculty Diversity Programs: Best Practices and Worst.
- Ioana Latu, Queen’s University of Belfast: Inclusion Really Does Matter: Improving attitudes towards Gender Equality Initiatives among STEM faculty.
- Tom Milar, Queen’s University Belfast: The role of external certification in gender equality: The Athena SWAN experience at Queen’s University Belfast
- Londa Schiebinger, Stanford University: Gendered Innovations: Enhancing Excellence in Science & Technology
- Mathias Wullum Nielsen: Making Gender Diversity Work for Scientific Discovery and Innovation.