Posted 11.6.14Diana Bilimoria's most recent book, Women in STEM Careers: International Perspectives on Increasing Workforce Participation, Advancement and Leadership, co-edited by Linley Lord of Curtin University, Australia, is now available.
Women in STEM Careers: International Perspectives on Increasing Workforce Participation, Advancement and Leadership, co-edited by Diana Bilimoria, KeyBank Professor and Professor and Chair of Organizational Behavior at Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, and Linley Lord, Associate Professor and Director, Maureen Bickley Centre for Women in Leadership, Curtin University, Australia, is now available.
Women in STEM Careers draws on current research from the United States, Australia and Europe examining women’s participation, advancement and leadership in STEM fields. The book explores the nature of STEM careers across industry and academia, and presents the latest thinking on successful individual, organizational and educational initiatives related to women in STEM. Women in STEM Careers is an invaluable resource for scholars, practitioners and policy-makers in organizations and government, as well as for women aspiring to or presently working in STEM fields.
Bilimoria authored three chapters in Women in STEM Careers: Effective Practices to Increase Women's Participation, Advancement and Leadership in US Academic STEM; Women Persisting in the Engineering Profession: The Role of the Ideal Self and Engagement; and An introduction to women in STEM careers: international perspectives on increasing workforce participation, advancement and leadership.
Women in STEM Careers is available from Edward Elgar Publishing.
Diana Bilimoria along with Ellen Van Oosten and Kathleen Buse will teach upcoming sessions in the Leadership Lab for Women in STEM in Executive Education. Learn more about the Leadership Lab for Women in STEM.
Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University cultivates creativity, innovation, and purpose-driven leadership to design a better world.