My paper with out at on questions at over 4 years at 2 different meetings is out: High level summary: We present computational tools and a framework to learn that 1) women under participate in many ways, and 2) we *can* change that. /1
Asking questions at conferences is important for knowledge & networking. In this new study, & colleagues explore who is asking the questions & propose strategies for improving diversity at Q&A sessions
Public Discussion Affects Question Asking at Academic Conferences (from & coworkers)
This is fascinating - massive disparity, but progress and strategies to increase gender parity at conferences
This is a great resource. Another recent paper on this issue in genetics with interventions from
Boosting women’s participation at scientific meetings | original article ⁩ ⁦