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Advancing STEM Women in the Academy

WAVES: Women Academics Valued and Engaged in STEM

The NSF ADVANCE award allows researchers at UMass Lowell and UMass Medical School to advance the study of gender bias in the workplace. The team focuses on creating new metrics and tools for the assessment and quantification of subtle gender biases and other causes of micro-inequities—the accumulation of subtle biases over a long period of time.

The NSF ADVANCE award allows researchers at UMass Lowell and UMass Medical School to advance the study of gender bias in the workplace. The team focuses on creating new metrics and tools for the assessment and quantification of subtle gender biases and other causes of micro-inequities—the accumulation of subtle biases over a long period of time.

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50/50 Lecture Series

One of our goals is to provide the campus community with examples of successful women in STEM at the academic level through a 50/50 Lecture Series. We will bring notable scientists to campus to give a lecture in a special format.

Learn more about the 50/50 Lecture Series

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