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Section 4 Appendixes Appendix A Workshop Agenda Appendix B Speaker Biographical Information Appendix C Committee Biographical Information Appendix D Statement of Task 197

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199 SECTION 4: APPENDIXES APPENDIX A The National Academies Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy Committee on Maximizing the Potential of Women in Academe CONVOCATION ON BIOLOGICAL, SOCIAL, AND ORGANIZATIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING SUCCESS December 9, 2005 National Academy of Sciences Building 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW Washington, DC AGENDA 9:00 Welcome Wm. A. Wulf, President, National Academy of Engineering 9:05 Keynote: Factors that Determine Success in Science and Engineering Careers Donna Shalala [IOM], Chair, Committee on Maximizing the Potential of Women in Academe 9:45 Plenary Discussion 1: Cognitive and Biological Contributions Moderator: Ana Mari Cauce, member, Committee on Maximizing the Potential of Women in Academe • Gender similarities Janet Hyde, Department of Psychology, University of Wisconsin- Madison • Sexual dimorphism in the developing brain Jay Giedd, National Institute of Mental Health, NIH • Environment-genetic interactions in the adult brain: effects of stress on learning Bruce McEwen [NAS/IOM], The Rockefeller University • Biopsychosocial contributions to cognitive performance Diane Halpern, Berger Institute for Work, Family, and Children, Claremont McKenna College 11:15 Break

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200 COMPONENTS OF SUCCESS FOR WOMEN IN ACADEMIC SCIENCE & ENGINEERING 11:30 Plenary Discussion 2: Social Contributions Moderator: Alice Agogino, member, Committee on Maximizing the Potential of Women in Academe • Implicit and explicit gender discrimination Mahzarin Rustum Banaji, Department of Psychology, Harvard University, and Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study • Contextual influences on performance Toni Schmader, Department of Psychology, University of Arizona • Interactions between power and gender Susan Fiske, Department of Psychology, Princeton University • Social influences on science and engineering career decisions Yu Xie, Department of Sociology, University of Michigan 1:00 Lunch Poster Session in the Great Hall 2:00 Plenary Discussion 3: Organizational Structures Moderator: Lotte Bailyn, member, Committee on Maximizing the Potential of Women in Academe • Competence assumptions and stereotype-driven evaluations Joan Williams, Center for WorkLife Law, University of California, Hastings College of the Law • Economics of gendered distribution of resources in academe Donna Ginther, Department of Economics, University of Kansas • The value of work-family policies Robert Drago, Departments of Labor and Women’s Studies, Pennsylvania State University • Gendered organizations Joanne Martin, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University 3:15 Break 3:30 Plenary Discussion 4: Implementing Policies Moderator: Nan Keohane, member, Committee on Maximizing the Potential of Women in Academe • Recruitment practices Angelica Stacy, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley • Reaching into minority populations Joan Reede, Harvard Medical School

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201 SECTION 4: APPENDIXES • Creating an inclusive work environment Sue Rosser, Ivan Allen College, Georgia Tech • Successful practices in industry Kellee Noonan, Diversity Program Manager, Technical Career Path, Hewlett Packard 4:45 Plenary Discussion 5: Open Q&A with Committee 5:30 Closing Comments Denice Denton, Member, Committee on Maximizing the Potential of Women in Academe 5:45 Reception in Great Hall 6:30 Adjourn Copies of the presentations will be available shortly after the Convocation at