Women in Technology Summit June 9-11, 2019  •  DoubleTree by Hilton  •  San Jose, CA



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Overcoming the Barriers to STEM
By Randstad Technologies

In the face of an ongoing STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) talent shortage, Randstad Technologies conducted a study to uncover key motivations, beliefs, and perspectives of STEM-related topics among students.   Read More

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Assessing Rigor and Measuring Results in STEM Education
By Sandy Marshall

Countless studies have shown that women and girls are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).   Read More

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To Attract More Women to Tech, Focus on Multiple Skills
By Anna Johansson

One of the best strategies we have is to expose women to the diversity of skills and career paths available in tech.   Read More

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Beena Ammanath: Breaking the Gender Barrier
By Brooke Wall

Gender gap. Man's world. Glass ceiling. We've heard these terms tossed around, but for women in tech and STEM professions, it's their daily life. Women still have not reached equal pay as men, and men are more than twice as likely to enter a STEM-related profession than women.   Read More

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Insights from a Young Woman in Tech
By Liana Hotte

I've been in the workforce for two and a half years and already have a wide range of experiences as a young woman in tech.   Read More

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Can Female STEM Tutors Inspire Their Pupils into STEM Careers?
By Alice Farrell

New research has shown that girls are more likely to seek a female tutor than a male tutor to help them with their studies. The research was conducted following the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11 and as part of the United Kingdom government's 2018 Year of Engineering.   Read More