What will be the future influence of women in nuclear science and technology What can be done to encourage more women and girls to enter nuclear science and energy fields-and to stay in the "technical track"? How important are role models?
How important is "acing" that math test for becoming an engineer? How important is "acing" puzzle-solving? Is the widespread prevalence of technology, and the changing image of science and scientists in popular media, having a positive influence? What is influencing change in regard to women in nuclear technology?
Mimi Limbach, senior vice president at Potomac Communications Group; Gwyneth Cravens, author of Power to Save the World: The Truth about Nuclear Energy; and Margaret Harding, president and chief executive officer of 4 Factor Consulting, talk about these issues and more with Dan Yurman of the ANS Public Information Committee.