Publications

An archive of documents published by the WinSETT Centre. 


2017 - Increasing Women in SETT: The Business Case Brochure

This brochure summarizes the Business Case Research Page. Click here  for English; Click here for French.

2016 - Increasing Women in SETT: The Business Case Research Paper

This research document reviews the recent literature and is illustrated with statistics from various sectors to present the economic benefits of women’s enhanced participation in SETT fields. English click here  ; For French 2005 version click here.

2014 - Inspiring Women Leaders: Outcomes of the WinSETT Centre’s Women in SETT Leadership Program

The "Inspiring Women Leaders: Outcomes of the WinSETT Centre’s Women in SETT Leadership Program" report summarizes the business case for increasing the participation and leadership of women in SETT, illustrates aspects of the status of women in SETT in Canada, and highlights the issues around their retention and advancement. It then focuses on the themes, content and outcomes of 54 deliveries of four modules of the Leadership Program to participants in industry, post-secondary institutions and professional associations across Canada. The report concludes with recommendations for the future development of the Leadership Program.

2013 - WinSETT Centre featured in "NOIA News"

The WinSETT Centre was featured "NOIA News" which is the primary industry publication of the Newfoundland & Labrador Oil and Gas Industries Association. The issue was focused on diversity and inclusion topics.

2013 - Retention and Advancement of Women in STEM

This summary and slide deck summarize a presentation at the Gender Summit 3, Washington DC, Nov. 13-15, 2013.

2012 -A Checklist of Strategies – Welcoming Women into Trades and Technology Workplaces

Slide presentation at the 2012 CCWESTT National Conference, Halifax

2012 - Advancing Women’s Leadership in SETT Fields

Slide presentation at the 2012 CCWESTT National Conference, Halifax

2011 - Putting Fuel in the Tank – Best Practices in Promoting Diversity and Innovation

Slide presentation at the 2011 Fueling the Future: Women in Oil and Gas International Conference, St. John’s

2011 - Final Partnership Project Report to the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum

In 2011, through CCWESTT, WinSETT partnered with the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum in the delivery of workshops to engage employers and employment consultants from Georgian College about the value of hiring and retaining female apprenticeships. Final report here.

2011 - Developing Women’s Leadership to Increase Recruitment and Retention in the Oil and Gas Sector

Slide presentation at the 2011 Fueling the Future: Women in Oil and Gas International Conference, St. John’s

2008 - Project Catalyst - Increasing Women in Science Faculties

This 2008 CCWESTT Conference paper describes Project Catalyst which provides resources to hiring, promotion and tenure committees and deans to increase the recruitment, retention and advancement of women faculty in science departments at Canadian universities.