Report Findings on Women in Science, Engineering and Technology

See the findings from The Center for Talent Innovation on Barriers to Women in Science Engineering and Technology

Athena Factor 2.0: Accelerating Female Talent in Science, Engineering & Technology

In this report, we revisit the science, engineering and tech (SET) landscape-expanded to include Brazil, China, and India as well as the U.S. – to determine what has changed for women for the better (since our 2008 report) and to offer solutions for what has resisted change. The good news: the pipeline of global female talent in SET remains rich and deep, with women being the majority of SET college graduates in many key geographies.