Excelsior College School of Business and Technology
Announces its Speaker Series Presentation
Did you know that:
According to Catalyst’s research, few women are earning degrees in STEM, except in life sciences. STEM degrees are even fewer for women of color. Women make up less than one quarter of individuals employed in STEM occupations.
Research identifies a “think manager, think male” mindset. Gender stereotypes such as “women take care; men take charge” are still present in organizations. While being approximately half of the labor force in the U.S., they are slightly over a third of managers. Women are more likely to be managers in the human resources field and in health services.
In honor of International Women’s Day, the School of Business and Technology presents a panel discussing “Women in Technology and Management.”
Date: March 8, 2018
Time: 12-1pm EST
Title: Women in Technology and Management
Moderator: Michele Paludi
Bei Liu, Excelsior College
Barbara McCandless, formerly of St. Peter’s Health Partners
Karen Halaco, Excelsior College
Jennifer Goodall, SUNY Albany
Amelia Estwick, National Cybersecurity Institute at Excelsior College
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