The 2014 annual meeting (July 25-28, near
has a special symposium for Christian Women in Science. This is our
“coming out,” so to speak, in the broader ASA community, and we
need you to help make this a strong session. Our intention is
to raise awareness of gender issues and their intersection with Christian faith
and science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through high quality
research that contributes to our understanding and actions. Some ideas to
stimulate your interest: Toronto, ON
· What issues impact the retention of female students in STEM fields and their persistence in professional work?
· What are the barriers to success faced by females in STEM fields and how do they differ from those faced by males?
· What is the Biblical and/or theological rationale for the appropriateness of female participation in STEM careers?
· What does psychological research say about gender differences and their impact on Christian female participation in STEM disciplines?
The deadline for abstract submission is Feb. 14, 2014 through the ASA website. Details provided here.
Contact Gayle Ermer (email@example.com) with questions. She is the Christian Women in Engineering and Science Symposium Chair and serves on the CWIS Board.