We regret to inform you The Idea Gap in Pink and Black: Gender and Race in Innovation has been canceled.
Join us for the next event in the SMLR Future of Work(ers) Series presented by the Center for Women and Work, the Center for Global Work and Employment, and the Education and Employment Research Center. Lisa D. Cook, Ph.D., of Michigan State University will present "The Idea Gap in Pink and Black: Gender and Race in Innovation."
Unequal access to invention and innovation can lead to suboptimal outcomes for individuals and for the economy as a whole. Dr. Cook's research offers evidence that women and underrepresented minorities are less likely to participate in invention and innovation at each stage of the innovative process – training, the practice of invention, and commercialization of invention. For women and African American participants (or would-be participants), this can result in an earnings, income, employment, and wealth gap. For the economy as a whole, this can result in lower output and living standards.
Learn more about the speaker: www.lisadcook.net
Lunch will be provided.
RSVP at: bit.ly/FutureofWorkers