“School’s out for summer” book club on gender equity

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June 29, 2022 | Duration: 57 mins.

The first installment of the ASBMB Women in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Committee book club focused on gender equity.

Karlett Parra of the University of New Mexico and Susan Baserga of Yale University lead a discussion about “What Works: Gender Equality by Design” by Iris Bohnet.

Consider purchasing the book from a local women-owned bookstore.


Susan Baserga

Susan Baserga
Yale University

Karlett Parra

Karlett Parra
University of New Mexico

Who should watch

  • Women of all ages in STEM.
  • Men who supervise women in the workplace.
  • Anyone who wishes to be an ally to women in the workforce.
  • People who are interested in promoting gender equity in the workplace.
  • People from all career stages — come and learn with us!
  • Women who are interested in strategies for their own professional development during their scientific careers either in the academy or in biotech and pharma.
  • Even if you haven’t read the book, come and join us!