UPDATE! Gender barriers GISE project 2022

We are delighted to announce further additions to the INWES-KWSE International Survey of perceptions of Gender Barriers in STEM! Thanks to the efforts of INWES member TWIST The Society of Taiwan Women in Science and Technology, the GISE questionnaire is now available in traditional Chinese, as well as Korean, English, French, Spanish The report of …

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(In)Visible Engineers: Remembering Forgotten Women’s Histories

NB. The authorship of this post is of students at the University of Leeds and the Electrifying Women project. INWES is pleased to support and endorse the work being carried out by historians Graeme Gooday, Emily Rees Koerner and their students at the University of Leeds. Interviews of INWES stories A key element of the …

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2nd Regional webinar Europe: Gender equity and inclusion in STEM, research and innovation in Europe, with a panel spotlight on Ukraine

The International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists (INWES) as a partner of the University of Warwick is implementing the project: “Reimagining a STEM Research Culture”. The goal of the project is to consolidate intrinsic experiences, mindsets, attitudes, and insights that feed into a reimagined culture for enhancing access to and participation in STEM research …

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Former INWES Vice President Dr Marlene Kanga made an Officer of the Order of Australia

Dr. Marlene Kanga, former INWES Vice President, was announced as an Officer of the Order of Australia, a national honour, on Queen’s Birthday, 13 June 2022 Dr. Marlene Kanga AO, an outstanding and transformative leader of engineering and technology organizations in Australia and internationally has been made an Officer of the Order of Australia, a …

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The winners of the Falling Walls Lab Mongolia’2022 Open Forum have been awarded

The Falling Walls Lab Mongolia’2022 forum, which introduces the innovations and research works of young scientists, doctors, researchers, specialists and innovators to international scientists, was successfully organized on May 26th, 2022 in a hybrid form and the winners were announced. Within 3 minutes, the eight finalists of the open forum presented their research papers in …

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2nd Regional webinar INWES MENA: Reimagining STEM Research Culture”

June 11th, 2022, Saturday 9:00 UTC Dear INWES board members As you are aware, The International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists (INWES),  is implementing a project entitled:  “Reimagining a STEM Research Culture”.  The goal of the project is to consolidate intrinsic experiences, mindsets, attitudes, and insights that feed into a reimagined culture for enhancing …

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INWES Newsletter #38

Dear INWES members, We have the pleasure to announce the publication of issue #38 of our newsletter. Please use this link. We also would like to invite you to send us your activities in the format of an article to be published in our newsletter. We are always eager to see and heard great news from …

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APNN: Reimagining a STEM Research Culture project

APNN has announced the dates for their two webinars about Gender equity and inclusion in STEM, research and innovation in Asia and Pacific Nations that INWES is organizing as part of the project about Reimagining a STEM Research Culture. Dr Jung Sun Kim, president of INWES and Ariunbolor Purvee, Chair of INWES APNN will be …

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