STEMinism: What Needs to Change to Keep Women in STEM
In 2022, 2,891,788 people were employed within STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) careers, with this expected to increase by 2.9% by 2026 . This growth is expected to continue beyond this, as new working styles and technologies drive forward significant change in the way employment is organised. Regardless of major advancements in STEM fields, women are regularly missing within these workforces, particularly at management levels.
Jenny Gilruth, MSP - Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills.
Dilraj Sokhi-Watson - Director, Equate Scotland.
Dr Holly Ferguson - Research Fellow, Scotland's Rural College (SRUC & Digital Dairy Chain).
Angela Prenter-Smith - Managing Director and founder of This is Milk.
We aim to provide a safe, confident, and comfortable space to allow these experiences to be shared. These events are, therefore, only open to women to attend.
Date and time: Sat, 11 Nov 2023 11:30 - 15:30 GMT
Location: Glasgow Grosvenor Hotel, 1-9 Grosvenor Terrace Glasgow G12 0TB