Erin recently authored a blog post, Investing In Women In STEM: Because Girls Grow Up, with Janet Koster, C.E.O. and… Read more The United States’ Leaky STEM Pipeline
Our own Erin Cadwalader shares her thoughts in APM’s Marketplace article.
I just heard on the news that Sally Ride died today. I vaguely remember the details of her historic space… Read more Another bright light has gone out…
Is the juggling act impossible? Even though we may all be as ambitious as Anne-Marie Slaughter, I think every woman, with children or not, can empathize with her.
On paper, juggling a perfect work-family life balance calculates out. Set aside at least 8 hours a day to work, 8 hours a day to spend with the kids before and after school and get 8 hours of sleep every night. There’s my 24 hour day, right? But wait, what about preparing well-balanced meals? Or commuting? Training for that half marathon, quiet time with my spouse, or cuddling up with a good book? And what happens when I work late? The easy solution: another me.
This is the fourth article in a series documenting the the pursuit of a scientific career by female scientists in… Read more What Do Women Really Think? Version 4.0