Information and Resources for Women in Earth and Planetary Sciences


Mar 8, 2017. Rm. 204 Crow Hall, Washington University in St. Louis.
Equity and Inclusion in STEM: What's Stopping Us?

After giving the colloquium in physics on supermassive black holes, Professor Meg Urry of Yale University will stay behind and talk about equity and inclusion in STEM.

May 2-5, 2017. Ann Arbor, MI. NextProf Science Future Faculty Workshop. Application deadline: February 15, 2017.

Full calendar of events in Washington University's Diversity Center

List of Annual Events (networking events, film and art festivals, holidays celebrations, and more)

If you don't have time to click into every link on this website, catch up with recent articles and statistics*:

The quest to reveal science's hidden female faces

Data Illuminate a Mountain of Molehills Facing Women Scientists

Now More than Ever: Stepping Up Our Allyship - blog post by Andy Rivkin, Bob Pappalardo, and David Grinspoon

Of rocks and social justice

Title IX- A Step By Step Guide

Working Toward Gender Parity in the Geosciences

CSWA Survey on Workplace Climate

Mosaic Project Campus Climate Survey

Washington University Graduate Students and Diversity: Preliminary Report on Campus Climate

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