Helping Women Remain in STEM Careers

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Dr. Bili Mattes, STEM-UP Network, Harrisburg University

Posted

May 18, 2021

About 50% of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics careers leave after 10 years in their careers because of lack of flexibility, unequal pay, unfair treatment, and lack of support to pursue career options and develop skills. Guest Dr. Bili Mattes, Chief Academic Officer at Harrisburg University and Executive Director of the STEM-UP Network, talks with host Tate Blanchard about the best ways to help women stay in the high-demand STEM field. harrisburgu.edu, stemupnetwork.org

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