Women in Science: Why So Few?


Alex Irace ’15 is asking the important questions:

The Astronomy Department has invited Professor C. Megan Urry, the President of the American Astronomical Society and the Director of the Yale Center for Astronomy & Astrophysics, to speak at the annual Sturm Memorial Lecture this year. She will address sexism and gender equity in astronomy, science, and academia more generally. Urry is not only an expert in this field, but she is also notably the first tenured female faculty member in the history of Yale’s Physics Department.

Poster says it all!

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2 thoughts on “Women in Science: Why So Few?

  1. alum

    Men in College: Why So Few? All this talk on empowering women, whereas there is zero talk about the men getting left behind in higher education. Look at enrollment numbers. Women are the ones getting the degrees.

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