Industry calls for multi-level approach to tackle STEM gender gap - interview with Dr Cristina De Luca, Ulrike Glock & Thomas Gutt

This interview was conducted as part of the upcoming KDT JU seminar Closing the digital gender gap: women’s participation in the digital economy, which will take place on March 16. Go to details.

Tackling the digital gender divide requires a threefold approach encouraging more women into STEM fields while paying equal attention to supporting them to stay and advancing their careers, according to industry members. At the same time, companies must work to support women and combat gender inequalities more broadly. 

Efforts to tackle the digital gender gap must take into account the whole picture, from family life and societal attitudes to the sector, to education and careers, say industry members, interviewed by the KDT JU media partner EURACTIV: Dr Cristina De Luca, director of funding projects and coordination at Infineon Technologies, Thomas Gutt and Ulrike Glock, project managers at Infineon

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