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April 11th 2016:Creating a Culture of Success for Women in STEM

Changing the culture of higher education requires that everyone be involved, yet still in this day in age, STEM (and STEM education) remain a predominately male field. What can be done to improve upon these gender dynamics as we move forward? In this episode, host Dave Goldberg and Dean of Campbell University's School of Engineering, Jenna Carpenter, discuss the issues contributing to the lack of women in STEM, as well as how to better create a culture of success for women faculty in STEM education. Join Jenna and Dave for a conversation about the future of diversity in STEM fields and much mo

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Jenna Carpenter

Dr. Jenna P. Carpenter is Founding Dean and Professor of Engineering at Campbell University in North Carolina. She is Women in Engineering ProActive Network (WEPAN) Immediate Past-President, former Vice President of the American Society of Engineering Education, and an ABET (formerly the Accrediting Board for Engineering and Technology) Evaluator. She was principal investigator of Louisiana Tech’s National Science Foundation (NSF) ADVANCE grant, which aimed to create a culture of success for women faculty in engineering and science, and co-PI on WEPAN’s NSF-funded Knowledge Center Project, which created an online database/professional community focused on women in engineering and science.
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