Gender Bias in STEM: Top Favorite Blogs

When I joined college, I observed biased gender ratio in engineering programs. In India, the ratio of female and male students in engineering is around 3:7. Being curious, I started exploring about biased gender ratio and I came to know about Dr. Anita Borg and her 50/50 vision. Her vision really inspired me and always motivated me to play my contribution to make this vision real. When I met other female scholars during the Google women techmakers scholarship retreat, this vision started becoming more and more clear. This was the first time when I met so many girls who are putting their efforts to make 50/50 vision real and I would like to thank Google to bring us together.

I like reading blogs on gender biases, biased gender ratio in tech, how to increase the number of women in STEM, how to motivate college girls to pursue sciences, etc.


Here, I would like to share some of my favorite blogs on these topics.

  1. When Women Stopped Coding (
  2. Women Are Invited to Give Fewer Talks Than Men at Top U.S. Universities (
  3. In STEM Fields, Many Employers Hire “John” over “Jennifer” (
  4. The 5 Biases Pushing Women Out of STEM (
  5. If you think women in tech is just a pipeline problem, you haven’t been paying attention (
  6. Countries with greater gender equality have lower percentage of female STEM graduates, MU study finds (
  7. Building a passion for STEM studies among women and girls (
  8. New data reconfirms well-known gender problem in tech (
  9. Why Men Don’t Believe the Data on Gender Bias in Science (
  10. The Reel Truth: Women Aren’t Seen or Heard (

If you also know some good articles on related topics, please leave the comment. I would love to read if I haven’t.


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