Science Agora 2015
How can women’s participation in the science and technology field be effectively accelerated by giving a scientific view to the participation of a variety of human resources with the help of science and technology?
What will participation by women bring about? These questions were discussed based on evidence. In the symposium, two American researchers and one Japanese counterpart will present the results of this discussion.
Then, the panel will discuss the challenges to be expected in this field and potential proposals.
Date: 10:30-13:00, November 13th (Fri), 2015
Venue: National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan), Miraikan Hall(Floor 7)
Organizer: National Science Foundation Tokyo Office, Office for Diversity and Inclusion, Japan Science and Technology Agency(JST)
Presenter and Moderator
Cheryl Kaiser Ph.D. (Assosiate Professor, Dept. of Psychology, University of Washington)
Chad Forbes Ph.D. (Assistant Professor, Dept. of Social Psychology, University of Delaware)
Miyoko O. Watanabe Ph.D. (Deputy Exective Director, Japan Science and Technology Agency(JST))
Reiko Aoki Ph.D. (Executive Vice President, Kyushu University)
Japan Science and Technology Agency