Now we are offering a series of short visual presentations aimed at a variety of audiences for use in different settings. These workshops review all we have learned about what works and what doesn’t in creating a workplace which doesn’t push out women out of the pipeline.

Two factors have stalled women’s advancement in science: implicit bias and lack of family friendly policies. Mary Ann Mason, UC Berkeley and Joan C. Williams, UC Hastings have engaged in more than 20 years of original research to determine when and why women drop out of the pipeline and to develop tools to help universities retain women scientists.

Training for Deans and Chairs