Women Inclusivity in Entrepreneurial and STEM Related Education—A Case Study
Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy
This paper presents an interdisciplinary case study on women's inclusivity in an entrepreneurship class consisting of adults enrolled in interdisciplinary majors, including science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. With women empowerment through entrepreneurship education as a theme, this case study in learning innovations aims to encourage diversity and inclusivity in the classroom in discussing successful women entrepreneurs alongside men. Acceptance of ideas proposed by women in a class setting formed a basis for this study. Furthermore, this case study used the idea to reinforce women's empowerment during in-class lectures subtly. This paper reports findings based on our case study across multiple undergraduate and graduate classes comprising majors and adults from STEM disciplines.
diversity, learning innovation, women empowerment, women inclusivity
Global Innovation and Leadership
Seshadri Paravastu and Narasimha S. Paravastu. "Women Inclusivity in Entrepreneurial and STEM Related Education—A Case Study" Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy (2023): 135-147. https://doi.org/10.1177/25151274211033163