Despite efforts to increase the diversity of the workforce in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), women remain largely underrepresented in these fields. This symposium brings together experts from across the globe who study the impact of diversity on innovation and discovery, who have identified the underlying causes of the STEM gender gap, and who have implemented effective programs to address this.

For the program agenda, please click here

Panel discussion on Gender and STEM: Insights from the Arab World RSVP here

Confirmed Speakers and Workshop Leaders:
Lisa Coleman, Chief Diversity Officer, NYU, USA
Andrei Cimpian, NYU, USA
Marianne La France, Yale University, USA
Nehal Abu-Lail, Washington State University, USA
Özlem Atay, Ankara University, Turkey
Louise Morley, CHEER-University of Sussex, UK
Linzi J. Kemp, American University, Sharjah, UAE
Reiko Kuroda, WINDS & Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Elena Del Giorgio, STAGES-University of Milan, Italy
Zeena Tabbaa, Jordan Society for Science Research, Jordan
Ann Decker, Greenwich Academy and GAINS, USA
Hoda Alkhzaimi, NYUAD, UAE
Brooke Hopkins, NYUAD Student
Mariam Elgamal, NYUAD Student
Convened by
Kirsten Sadler Associate Professor of Biology, NYUAD
Hannah Brückner Vice Provost for Faculty Diversity, Professor Social Research and Public Policy, NYUAD
Convened by
  • Kirsten Sadler, Associate Professor of Biology, NYUAD
  • Hannah Brückner, Vice Provost for Faculty Diversity and Professor Social Research and Public Policy, NYUAD
Hosted by
  • NYU Abu Dhabi Institute

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