Gendered Innovations Project - a peer-reviewed project led by Londa Schiebinger of Standford University to develop practical methods of sex and gender analysis for scientists and engineers. Also provides case studies as concrete illustrations of how sex and gender analysis leads to innovation.
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) - a leading voice in promoting equity and education for women and girls. The AAUW website is a great resource for gender-related publications produced by the association.
Women in STEM Knowledge Center (Powered by WEPAN) - a great place for STEM advocates to learn, share, and collaborate to find ways to advance women in science. The center often organizes webinars. All past presentation slides can also be found on their website.
Change the Equation (CTEq) - an organization that works at the intersection of business and education to ensure STEM literacy in schools and communities across the country. CTEq publishes studies and provides statistics on the current condition of STEM education.
Society of Women Engineers - a great resource for professional development for women in engineering or other STEM careers.
The International Society for Gender Medicine (IGM) - an umbrella organization striving to coordinate scientific and educational efforts worldwide in order to promote the new science of gender and sex-specific medicine.
Project on Women Engineer's Retention - a project launched in 2009 by the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee to study retention of women engineers.
Gender Bias Learning Project - a project of the Center for WorkLife Law UC Hastings College of the Law
Science Alliance - a project by the New York Academy of Sciences. The page showcases videos by scientists who have ventured into different career pathways.
Simmons Center for Gender in Organizations - an academic research institute within Simmons College, providing publications and resources on gender equity and diversity in organizational issues.
Gender in the Global Research Landscape - a report by Elsevier on research performance; “Recognizing that critical issues related to gender in research—such as equality, disparity, and bias—must be examined by sound studies, these community resources are intended to foster evidence-based intervention and policy development and dissemination and encourage further empirical studies.” (Related public group on Mendeley)