Tag Archives: #STEM Women

Marissa Mayer, Female Executives, and “Having It All”: The Debate Continues

Marissa Mayer, former VP of Search Products and User Experience for Google, was named Yahoo’s new CEO on Monday. Mayer was Google’s first female employee and joins a very small number of female CEO’s in public technology companies. She is … Continue reading

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Mentoring and Networking – It’s Important!

Last week on the Women in Engineering (WiE) at the University of Rochester blog, graduate student Cristina Canavesi reflected on the importance of mentoring, networking, and discussion opportunities. She also gives SBAI a shout-out. Check it out! We met Cristina … Continue reading

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How Satisfied are Women in STEM Fields?

This week Christianne Corbett, a research associate at the American Association of University Women (AAUW), has been writing about her research on female faculty in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) for the AAUW blog . On … Continue reading

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Work/Life Balance for STEM Women

Yesterday, October 4th, the Susan B. Anthony Institute hosted the first segment of our Failure is Impossible Mentoring Series for the academic year. The event, titled “Work/Life Balance for STEM Women,” featured Joanna Olmsted and Wendi Heinzelman as panel speakers. … Continue reading

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