These videos shows different events such as poster presentations, panels, and talks.
This video shows and describes the DRI and where they plan on going in the future.
This video focuses on the background and legacy of diversity faced by the WISELI program for years 2-4.
This presentations covers the history of discrimination of women in science and then extends into how to discrimination now exists. The end of the presentation looks at the future of women in science and how to success in the 'end game'.
When women are required to fit into tightly defined feminine roles in order to be accepted, those who are willing to act as expected often end up in opposition to those who aren't." Covered additionally in this webpage are different types of stereotypes, scenario videos, and expert strategies.
This webpage of a series of videos that cover how to cope with double blind bias in the work place. Example advice snippets are: "have a sense of humor" and "It's better to be respected.
This webpage has two videos titled "GEP Sponsorship Program" and "Science Career Videos.
This webpage of a series of videos that cover how to cope with gender wars in the work place. Example snippets are to engage in mentoring and to be aware and avoid.
This video focuses on efforts to change the climate and the initiatives that have helped in that effort.
This webpage of a series of videos that cover how to cope with the maternal wall in the work place. Example advice snippets are to refocus attention and to understand it is a structural issue.
The GEP at Hunter College has created a short video that highlights a description of GEP, who benefits from the GEP, and some of the research being conducted.
Women faculty at Hunter College share their responses to questions about a career in the sciences. There are two sequences featuring different faculty sharing their insights and responses.
To celebrate the transition from grant funding to university support, AdvanceVT interviewed many of the individual who have been involved in the program since its inception in 2003 and prepared this six minute video.
On October 5th, 2011, Dr. C. Megan Urry of the Yale Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics spoke at the University of Maryland College of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences on “Women in Science: Why so Few?” In this videotaping of her talk, Dr. Urry discusses the statistics of gender differences in STEM fields, as well as some of the social science experiments relating to unconscious bias and how they pertain to minority groups in science. Dr. Urry concludes with a set of steps for improving gender
NSF grant, Alliance for the Advancement of Florida's Academic Women in Chemistry and Engineering
In February 2007, Global Educational Outreach for Science Engineering and Technology (GEOSET) was established by the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Florida State University to develop new and effective ways to broadcast a range of educational material (not only science) to schools via the Internet. This page provides links to online videos created through the GEOSET program.
This page contains links to online videos of AAFAWCE Presentations.