Acting Head, Department of Environmental Science, Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Gender Diversity in STEMM: A Case study in Royal University of Phnom Penh (download presentation here )
Parallel session 1: Mainstreaming Gender into Asia-Pacific’s Research, Innovation and Development Goals for more effective and sustainable outcomes
Chea Eliyan, an acting head of Department of Environmental Science, Royal University of Phnom Penh. Her Professional background is Environmental Engineering and Management. She has involved in many research studies and projects implementation within the environment and sustainable development themes. However, her research interests are water supply and sanitation and solid waste treatment and management.
Summary of talk for Gender Summit 6 Asia-Pacific:
This presentation highlights the proportion of females in the largest academic institution in Cambodia. The roles and responsibilities of females in the top management and in STEMM are also focused upon. The reasons beside the limited portion of female population at RUPP and STEMM are discussed. Proposed options to encourage females participation have been included this study.