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Houston Boardrooms Are Gradually Becoming More Diverse

Posted on · An article in the Houston Chronicle last month explored how more women are being brought into company boardrooms in Houston. With more young women encouraged to enter STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) careers and older execs retiring, the trend may continue. We discuss this and other ways Houston’s boardrooms may be changing with Stephen Newton, the […]

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Conference Discusses Encouraging More Women to Pursue STEM Careers

Posted on · ASQ’s Quality Education Conference and Workshop takes place this weekend in Memorial City. Attendees will discuss how to encourage more women to pursue STEM careers (science, technology, engineering, and math) by inspiring more school-aged girls to pursue interests in those subjects. We learn more from former astronaut Dr. Mary Ellen Weber.

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DuPont One Year Later: Friday’s Show (November 13, 2015)

Posted on · Sunday marks the one year anniversary of the fatal leak at the DuPont chemical plant in La Porte that killed four workers. We discuss what’s been learned since the accident on today’s Houston Matters, as we talk with Houston Chronicle investigative reporter Lise Olsen. Also this hour: ASQ’s Quality Education Conference and Workshop takes place this […]