Resources

Below you will find websites, videos, reports and much more!

Analysis of the distribution of females and males in STEM fields in Canada
For: Women in SETT

Analysis of the distribution of females and males in STEM fields in Canada

This report, prepared by Andrea Perreault in consultation with the NSERC Chairs for Women in Science & Engineering, takes a look at the percentages of women in STEM fields in the various regions of Canada. It also looks at the distribution of minority groups working in STEM fields in Canada by gender.

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Gender Summit 11 - NA Final Report
For: Women in SETT

Gender Summit 11 - NA Final Report

Outcomes from Gender Summit 11 North America held in Montreal, November 6-8, 2017.

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Women and STEM: Bridging the Divide
For: Women in SETT

Women and STEM: Bridging the Divide

This recent TD report comments on women in STEM being in technical rather than professional roles, leading to under-using talent and resulting in a wage gap.

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WISEatlantic Research Study
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WISEatlantic Research Study

Read the executive report of the WISEatlantic research study, “Youth Perspectives on STEM Education, Career Choices, and Influencers in Atlantic Canada” released in 2016.  The goals of this study, which focused on junior high school students, was to understand how engaged they were in math and science, their future intention for study, and the likelihood that they would consider a STEM career down the road. Research also addressed students’ knowledge of how relevant science and math were across various types of careers. Gender and grade differences, and influencers on science and math study, were also examined. If you would like a specific province report, please email us.

Phase One of the research study is available to read here.

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Girls and STEM: A Guide for Adults
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Girls and STEM: A Guide for Adults

We have created a hand-out for adults with information on girls in STEM and various tips for engaging girls in STEM, feel free to print and share!

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Shaping Tomorrow’s Workforce
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Shaping Tomorrow’s Workforce

“Spotlight on Science Learning: Shaping Tomorrow’s Workforce: What do Canada’s Teens Think About Their Futures?,” is a research report released by Let’s Talk Science that examines how and when teens think about their future careers as they go through high school and make post-secondary choices.

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Step-Up Workshop Report (2017)
For: Women in SETT

Step-Up Workshop Report (2017)

Read the report for the 2017 Step-Up Workshop, which focused on academic advancement strategies for female faculty in STEM.

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Women in Scientific Occupations in Canada
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Women in Scientific Occupations in Canada

Read the results of a study which examined Women in natural and applied science occupations in Canada (i.e. scientific occupations), using data from the 1991 and 2001 censuses and the 2011 National Household Survey.

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Atlantic ConnecTions (ACT) Conference 2017 Report
For: Women in SETT

Atlantic ConnecTions (ACT) Conference 2017 Report

On May 3-4 2017, the 2017 Atlantic ConnecTions (ACT) Conference brought together over 100 women in SETT from Atlantic Canada to share their experiences of studying and working in male-dominated fields, to network with others, and to develop action items with the goal of advancing women in STEM. Read the full report, or visit atlanticconnections.ca to learn more!

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The 2016 Canadian Postdoc Survey
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The 2016 Canadian Postdoc Survey

A report has been released by CAPS-ACSP on Canadian Postdoctoral Scholars. Click here for the executive summary.

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