The Women and Science Chair at Paris-Dauphine University, created in 2019 with the support of the L'Oréal Foundation, Generali, La Poste and Talan, aims to mobilize and develop multidisciplinary approaches to analyze the determinants and the impact of the low presence of women in scientific studies and careers.
The Women and Science Chair aims to develop and disseminate works, research and knowledge, at national and international level, on girls and women in scientific fields, studies and professions, the term "scientific" refers to exact he natural sciences, with the purpose to:
The goal of the Chair is to build a multidisciplinary center of expertise, contribute to the production of knowledge and participate in public debate on its priority themes. To this end, the Chair associates research centers and researchers both in Dauphine and outside.
The Chair is created to:
Being a multidisciplinary chair, studied themes are diversified and are related to public as well as private sector. As an indication and not exclusive, studies can be relevant of the following themes:
Since the creation of the L'Oréal-UNESCO Prize for Women and Science in 1998, the L'Oréal Foundation works to improve the representation of women in scientific careers, with the conviction that the world needs science, and science needs women.
Follow the program on @ 4Womeninscience #FWIS and find more information on the on the website of the L'Oréal Foundation