On April 5, the women of #3Wedu traveled to New Orleans, Louisiana to facilitate roundtable discussions on ways to re-define education to support women in innovative contexts. If you haven’t heard about this, check out our last blog post about the #3Wedu Conversation at #OLCinnovate:
News, blogs, and panels are filled with horror stories from Silicon Valley, reflecting pay gaps, gender bias, and more. In our roundtable, we first asked, “what does it mean to be a woman in innovative education environments?” Next, we thought about how we might re-imagine the organizational structures of universities to be more supportive of women. Read and contribute to the #OLCinnovate discussion here: http://bit.ly/3weduinnovate17
In the next episode of the #3Wedu podcast No. 16, we’ll reflect on the roundtable conversations further, to share who we met, what we heard, and ways we might move the conversation forward into action. Join us to wine on Wednesday, April 26that 6 PM EST/5 PM CDT/4 PM MST/3 PM PDT:
- Follow the chatter on Twitter: @3Wedu & our hashtag: #3Wedu
- Open Google Doc: The #3Wedu Podcast No. 16: http://bit.ly/3wedu16
- Stream on YouTube: The #3Wedu Podcast No. 16: #3Wedu at OLCinnovate 2017
This blog post is cross-posted at Jessica L. Knott, Ph.D.