STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)

  • Catalyst Event
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    Making Change Happen for Women in Technology

    Catalyst and Visa invite you to meet Catalyst's President & CEO, Deborah Gillis, to learn how inclusive leadership is the foundation of dynamic and innovative workplaces and why inclusive men (and women) leaders are critical to the retention and advancement of women technologists.Jolen Anderson,...

    Date & Time:

    3 February 2016

    9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. PT


    Location:

    Visa

    900 Metro Center Boulevard

    Foster City, CA 94404


  • Anna Beninger, Director, Research, Catalyst, was quoted in this article that featured tips for women in software development. 

    Tech Beacon, by Beth Stackpole

  • Speakers Bureau
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    Calgary: Women Engineering the Future Expo

    Erin Leonty, Regional Director, Western Canada, Catalyst, will moderate sessions at the Women Engineering the Future conference in Calgary, Canada. Leonty will also present during the “Moving from Unconscious Bias to Inclusive Leadership” session at the expo. The two-day event, which was designed...

    Date & Time:

    14 October 2015 – 15 October 2015


    Location:

    Calgary, Canada


  • Catalyst Event
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    Disrupt the STEM Default: Fueling Innovation Through Inclusion—Houston

    Join Catalyst and Halliburton for a leadership discussion on how to strengthen inclusion in STEM companies and occupations. Default conversation around the topic of STEM tends to focus on barriers and roadblocks. This panel aims to disrupt that default by spotlighting solutions and sharing key...

    Date & Time:

    20 August 2015

    1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CT


    Location:

    Halliburton Corporate Conference Center

    3000 N. Sam Houston Parkway East

    Houston, TX 77032


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    Disrupt the STEM Default: Fueling Innovation through Inclusion: Dallas

    Join Catalyst and Texas Instruments for a leadership discussion on how to strengthen inclusion in STEM companies and occupations. Default conversation around the topic of STEM tends to focus on barriers and roadblocks. This panel aims to disrupt that default by spotlighting solutions and sharing...

    Date & Time:

    16 June 2015

    4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.


    Location:

    UT– Dallas, Texas Instruments Conference Center

    800 West Campbell Road

    Richardson, TX 75080


  • Women in Computing

    Although women are underrepresented in the computing occupations, especially in the developed world, promising signs areappearing. More research and intentional efforts will help move the industry toward greater inclusiveness.

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    Infographic: Women in Computing

    Although women are underrepresented in the computing occupations, especially in the developed world, promising signs are appearing. More research and intentional efforts will help move the industry toward greater inclusiveness.

    Date: March 24, 2015
  • This article about engaging men in the coversation about the gender equality problem in the tech industry quotes Jeanine Prime, PhD, Vice President & Center Leader, Catalyst Research Center for Advancing Leader Effectiveness, on men being part of the solution.

    Financial Times, by Emma Jacobs