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Bernice Harrison 10h
Ah - so you couldn’t find women who started a business? you know that’s rubbish right?
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Rhea Liang Jul 13
'single-gender panels were more common than would be expected by chance, with all-male panels predominating (all P < .01).' Kudos for highlighting and establishing a baseline for 🙏
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Emily Finch Jul 13
Sick of seeing all-male speaker line ups at earth science conferences? ME TOO! If you’re a woman in the earth and environmental sciences, sign up to this database to increase the visibility of women in this field and help end (all-male panels)!
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Karyn Baum Equal Pay! Jul 11
No female staff for him, I guess. No female lobbyists. No female doctors, nurses, or all-female EMTs. Unless he deigns to "let" us do our job. Certainly no mentorship of women. everywhere. All because, I assume, he has no self-restraint.
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Donna Ladd Jul 11
This is what political panels typically look like in Mississippi, especially around elections, although my calling out of in recent years seems to be helping get an occasional woman added. Thank goodness for Emily of AP showing up more often. /18
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Sara Kassam 8h
After years of calling out events for having I've had the opportunity to organise the technical programme for Build2Perform Live, see what I have to say about and -
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S. Yildiz Jul 8
Director Francis Collins On Why He Is Declining To Speak On Panels That Exclude Women,
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Emily Daniel Jul 14
Most people (including me) who want to see fewer/no aren't advocating for just plopping a couple of women on them and ignoring merit. In fact, the central irritation is that there ARE highly-qualified women scientists that aren't asked or aren't wanted due to bias.
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robynsussel Jul 10
N.I.H. Head Calls for End to All-Male Panels of Scientists
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ManelWatchAu Jul 12
2019 I am not feeling inspired by the lack of women in your photo or the fact that many of the 'top 10 sessions' are . Women are also experts. Increase your diversity by inviting them to speak at the next conference.
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Kelly Doran 23h
Kudos go to panel moderator for voicing how is intentional about considering diversity and inclusion on speaker panels. No here.
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Donna Ladd Jul 11
Right on. And this is epidemic in Mississippi. Women are kept out of rooms where we’d be most qualified in the room and we’re left off because we might disagree with men on them. Few women elected here; few media outlets will hire women editors to run newsrooms. It’s bad.
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Emma Pettengale 🧬🦠🔬 Jul 8
Replying to @EmmaPettengale
Not putting up with at conferences - if you’re in organising committes ensure the speakers are balanced
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LeglLovzSolr Jul 11
are everywhere and they always suck
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Nisha Khot 🇮🇳🇬🇧🇦🇺 Jul 6
Replying to @GongGasGirl
It will never be an oldie while we still have
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Dr Cindy Darnell Jul 7
Kudos to as well for his willingness to bust up !
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Katharina Beitz Jul 15
“Every single word they said was from my book. Then I got to the end of a nearly 10-minute segment and did not hear myself credited at all.” Her name is Sarah Milov. Say it out loud for the people in the back.
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Annie Massart Jul 13
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ManelWatchAu Jul 12
Great to see people are standing up and reducing at . Thank you ! Anyone else want to join him and stand up for gender equity and diversity ?
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luiza cerioli Jul 15
Congratulations to the to make this on the opening ceremony! Considering the huge diversity and high number of women presenting on this year, this was a huge, disappointing failure
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