March was Women’s History Month, and to celebrate, on International Women’s Day we hosted a meeting, open to all the EERC, to celebrate the history and achievements of some of the women we work with.
EERC's Amanda Livers-Douglas was recently featured on a virtual Geoscience career panel hosted by the Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology.
Imposter Syndrome. Tightrope Walk. Isolation. These reoccurring themes follow women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. So what keeps women going?
These women are leaders in their careers and communities, women who truly stand out in their professions, and we are happy to profile them here. Congratulations to everyone on this list!
The EERC employs around 175 full time people, 60% of whom have degrees in a STEM field and hold STEM positions. Of those degree-holders at the EERC, 17% are female.