Teaching Women Leaders in STEM inspired an interview project with prominent figures in research, academia, policy, and industry, regarding the status of women in STEM fields.
Many of my interviewees are not comfortable sharing their views on camera, ironically indicative of the great need for projects of this nature to be carried out. For this reason much of my documentation of this project is limited to written interview transcripts shared, at this point, with only my students and collaborators.
Compiling the ideas gathered from these discussions in an appropriate and meaningful manner is a work currently in progress. Please find below sample videos from a one-on-one interview and a group discussion organized for this project.
Neal Lane, Science Advisor to President Clinton, April 3, 2014