Join us for a Google Art Talk on "Women & STEM Education: Conduit to Opportunity" on June 10, 2015 at 12 pm EST.
Today's trending conversations around Science, Technology, Engineering and Math include the need for better STEM education and the benefits of STEM careers. The problem of women being under represented in STEM fields yet desperately needed is often singled out. Girls' routes to STEM careers begin in the educational pipeline. Join while we explore the problem of women & STEM education, the history of women's K-college formal education that influenced career opportunities, and the solutions underway in both formal and informal education settings today.
Mimi Lufkin, Chief Executive Officer, National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity
Dr. Linda Eisenmann, Ed.D., Provost, Professor Education and History, Wheaton College
Wendy Hancock, Manager, Professional Development and Exhibition Services, Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC)
Moderated by: Sydnee Winston, Project Coordinator, National Women's History Museum
Sign up at https://plus.google.com/events/c04br76p6t0h0s1mue7851ijsj0