Ready for a women in STEM accomplishment that will inspire you?
Last year, Dr. Elizabeth Orwin, Ph.D., led her department at Harvey Mudd College to graduate an engineering class that was made up of 56% female students. That's a majority of engineering grads who were female!
She'll tell you how she did it at the "STEM Success for Women" Online Telesummit.
It's starting next Monday, and you'll hear Dr. Orwin and 10 other top experts and practitioners discuss how to empower educators to recruit and retain more women in STEM at the community college, four-year level, and beyond.
You can receive a free pass to attend but you must register now, don't wait, lines are limited - RSVP even if you can't be on the live calls to get access to the recordings.
Register for your free pass here (April 13-16, 2015 listen anytime).
Join us for this groundbreaking virtual conference to learn strategies that will help you achieve more STEM Success for Women at your educational institution.
P.S. - Our speakers have produced remarkable results, including increasing the number of women enrolled in one community college STEM program from 39 to 76 in just one year. Register now (for free!) for "STEM Success for Women" so you can learn from these leaders of women in STEM education: http://www.iwitts.org/stem-telesummit