IUBWR

Let's close close the gender equity gap.

IUB Women Rising’s goal is to educate IU students about the wage gap and to provide practical tools to close the gender equity gap. Our team uses innovative outreach to motivate students to take individual steps to advocate for themselves and their coworkers to create a more equitable working environment for all. We are dedicated to educating IU students on the variety of intersecting elements that can impact the pay gap and empowering students to further their career and reduce the impact of the wage gap through professional development.

Upcoming Events

TenTalks

TenTalks are ten minute presentations created to increase awareness, knowledge and understanding of gender equity gap issues in the workforce. IUB Women Rising’s TenTalks focus on the importance of allyship and empowering women with the knowledge and skills required to enter the workforce confidently. Some topics covered throughout the talks include the motherhood penalty, intersectionality, opportunity gaps, and more! We also tailor our talks to the organization we work with to make them as relevant as possible to each audience.

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IUB Women Rising Alliance Leaders

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Abby Nagel is a senior studying Supply Chain Management and Business Analytics with a minor in Gender Studies.

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Erin is a junior at IU Bloomington pursuing a computer science B.S. with a specialization in data science.

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Mallory is a senior in the School of Public Health pursuing a degree in epidemiology, while working on a pre-medicine track. She is also minoring in gender studies.

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I am an intern with the IUB Women Rising team at CEW&T. I am double majoring in History and Environmental Science.

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I am Scout Shaw a junior majoring in Accounting and Business Analytics at IU’s Kelley School of Business. I hope to become a Certified Public Accountant. I am passionate about sustainability, and I love to go on walks in my free time.

Kaz Shindle

Faculty Champion

Kaz Shindle graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences and minors in Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies, German, and Chemistry. Having worked in biology research laboratories for three years, they saw the very real ways that systematic oppression becomes integrated into scientific research and practices. Based on these experiences, they focus their research on the intersections of science, gender, race, ability, sexuality, and bodies.