The Society of Women Engineers has published a review of a recent AUTM (Association of University Technology Managers) study’s findings titled, “’Engaging More Women in Academic Innovation: Findings and Recommendations,’” [which was] published in the National Academy of Inventors Technology and Innovation Journal.” The review includes a list of the key findings of the study as well as a list of recommendations. The review notes that the lack of mentorship is problematic. The review also references a YouTube video created by the National Women’s Business Council concerning the study. The video is worth taking a look at (about 4 minutes long) and is available, here. The review is available, here. Hat tip to Technology Transfer Tactics.
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