JBB Symposium 2017: Taking action on the gender leadership gap in STEM

Friday, April 28th, 9:00 am - 11:45 am | The Lied Center Pavilion

For more information about our keynote speaker, panelists, and registration information, please visit JBB Symposium 2017.


Companies interested in attending the symposium are also invited to take our Symposium Survey. The data from this survey will be used to frame our discussion at the symposium. While the survey can be completed anonymously, if you would like to promote transparency and share your organization’s name when taking the survey, your answers will be aggregated independent of your company name. The survey can be accessed here

Jayhawks Breaking Barriers is a spring 2017 semester-long project at the University of Kansas organized by graduate and postdoctoral students and funded by the American Association of University Women (AAUW). This project aims to increase awareness of the gender leadership gap in STEM, empower women through leadership and mentoring opportunities, and foster discussion about the gender leadership gap among university women and the community.

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