Panel candidates

The following scientists have expressed to us their interest in participating in any future event dedicated to discussing issues relating to gender in STEM.

  • Andrei Cimpian – Associate Professor of Psychology, New York University
  • Amanda Diekman   –   Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University Bloomington
  • Alice Eagly    –   Professor, Dept of Psychology, Northwestern University
  • David C. Geary     –   Curators’ Professor Department of Psychological Sciences University of Missouri
  • Heather Heying    –   Professor-in-Exile, Evolutionary Biologist
  • Melissa Hines    –   Professor, Department of Psychology, Cambridge University
  • Janet Hyde    –   Evjue-Bascom Professor and Helen Thompson Woolley Professor of Psychology and Gender & Women’s Studies and Associate Chair for Alumni Relations, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Lee Jussim    –   Distinguished Professor, Psychology Department, Rutgers University
  • Shulamit Kahn  –   Associate Professor, Boston University Questrom School of Business; “… expert on women and STEM
  • Corinne Moss-Racusin   –   Associate Professor, Psychology Department, Skidmore College
  • Mary Murphy    –  Wells Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University
  • Gad Saad    –   Professor, Marketing, Concordia University; Research Chair in Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences and Darwinian Consumption 2008-2018
  • Toni Schmader    –   Professor and Canada Research Chair in Social Psychology, University of British Columbia. Director of the Engendering Success in STEM Consortium.
  • Debra Soh    PhD in psychology; political commentator; columnist for Playboy.com, The Globe and Mail, and Quillette.
  • Bret Weinstein    –   Professor-in-Exile, Evolutionary theorist

Contact. If you wish to contact us about any issue or any of the above, please write to info@stemgender.com.

Acknowledgements    The candidate list above was put together primarily, though not exclusively, through Twitter exchanges with Professor Lee Jussim as well as e-mail exchanges with Professor Alice Eagly.