La carriera scientifica resta ancora una riserva maschile. Al sorpasso delle donne sugli uomini nell’istruzionenonè,infatti,seguitoquellonelleprofessioniaccademiche. Ma le storie di 10 alumnae Bocconi dimostrano che la strada è sempre meno in salita.Sin dall’antichità molte donne si sono occupate di scien- za, ma sono state per un lungo periodo delle eccezioni e le loro vite paragonabili a quelle di eroine mitiche. Una
Dr. Charikleia Tzanakou was invited for a talk on the International Women’s Day at Warwick Medical School. Dr.Tzanakou presented the PLOTINA Project as part of her talk while she highlighted the importance of integrating sex/gender analysis in medical research and teaching curricula.
Dr. Charikleia Tzanakou was invited to contribute a blog from the Women in High Performance Computing (WHPC) Network. Her blog provides a social science perspective on gender equality in higher education. You can read her blog here.
On January 30, 2017, the Unit of Women’s Studies and Problems in Academia, which is a branch of the Council of Higher Education (CoHE) in Turkey, held a meeting in Ankara titled “Convention of Women’s Studies Centers in Universities.” As the PLOTINA team at Özyeğin University (OzU), we attended this convention which was primarily aimed at evaluating the plans and
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PLOTINA was invited to present its activities at thematic event of the project GARCIA: Gendering the Academy and Research: combating Career Instability and Asymmetries.
The event was titled “Gender Equality in Science? Early Career Female Researchers”. Its aim was to discuss gender asymmetry in structural mechanisms and everyday practices in early stage researchers’ career. In addition, the event
Professor Alison Rodger and Dr. Charikleia Tzanakou organised and delivered a Workshop on integrating sex/gender analysis in research and teaching at University of Warwick in January 11-13, 2017 as part of the PLOTINA Consortium meeting. This workshop was an introduction into sex/gender analysis methods in research raising disciplinary aspects of conducting research in various disciplinary environments.
GenPORT: an Internet portal for sharing knowledge and inspiring collaborative action on gender and science.
This online portal aims at:Providing co-ordinated access to resources on gender, science, technology and innovation, Increasing their visibility, accessibility and usability by classifying and organising them according to stakeholders’ needs, Promoting exchange of experiences and COLLABORATION Making the portal and the community of practice sustainable for current and future users.
On this portal, you can find different types of content: articles, policy documents, toolkits,
One of the first action of the project was to agree definitions on Gender Equality, Work-Life Balance and Culture to ensure that all partners have a similar ‘working’ language with a common understanding of the concepts within the PLOTINA project.
The methodology and the agreed definitions of te above cited concepts can all be found in the Deliverable 3.1, ready for
In the European Union, gender balance has been achieved amongst PhD Graduates. Indeed, in 2012, women made up 40% to 60% of PhD Graduates in every European country. However, the under-representation of women in research positions and senior academic ranks is still persistent. In 2011, women in the EU accounted for only