Poster Evaluation

The history of women's contributions to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) is long and varied. But it has also often been overlooked or underrepresented. This series of 10 11"x17" single-sided color posters highlights only a very few of the women who have made important discoveries and have had a crucial impact on STEM fields. Today, women are in every STEM discipline, in every type of job, and represent the widest range of background and experiences. This survey is seeking to understand the impact that the materials had on your organization and its visitors.  All answers will be used in aggregate form with no personally identifiable information in any potential reports.  

http://chandra.si.edu/women

* 1. Please enter your contact information.

* 2. Please describe the location and setting for your display of Women in Science materials (eg, in a school, library, etc.). Include any details you mint have about the traffic flow and how audiences encountered the posters.

* 3. What was your estimated audience size during the time of the exhibited posters (averages or percentages of total traffic in the host venue are perfectly acceptable)?

* 4. On a scale of "not useful" to "extremely useful", how helpful would you say the posters were in talking about career opportunities or women in STEM fields?

* 5. Describe any additional hands-on activities, events, programs, or resources that you offered to audiences in conjunction with the Women in Science/STEM materials

* 6. On a scale of "a very negative impact" to "a very positive impact", how would you rate the impact of hosting Women in Science/STEM materials on your organization?

* 7. What benefits, if any, did the Women in Science/STEM materials provide for your program or event?

* 8. Would your organization be interested in hosting similar science materials/events in the future?

* 9. Is there anything else you'd like to add?

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