Report on Women in Dutch Computer Science

The report Women in Dutch Computer Science: Best Practices for Recruitment, Onboarding and Promotion, authored by Marieke Huisman and Alexander Serebrenik, is now available on the EDI working group’s Outcomes page.

Women are underrepresented at all levels in computer science (CS) faculties of Dutch universities. The report focuses on experiences related to hiring and promoting women as assistant, associate and full professors (or equivalent at NWO-I CWI). The study is conducted under the aegis of the IPN Equity, Diversity and Inclusion working group. While the working group aims at creating a diverse and inclusive environment for scientists of any gender identity, age, ethnicity or sexual orientation this report focuses specifically on practices for recruitment, onboarding and promotion of women.