Knowledge Center

The Women in STEM Knowledge Center (WSKC) is a publicly available showcase for WEPAN-generated and curated resources focused on Women in STEM.

If you are looking for a comprehensive source of publications and other resources that support STEM diversity champions in their equity and inclusion efforts, you have come to the right place. The Women in STEM Knowledge Center (WSKC) represents a body of knowledge, tools, and promising practices for gender equity in STEM initiatives.

Our Vision

Root causes for women's underrepresentation in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) fields cross disciplines, whether in engineering, physics, computer science, or mathematics. Creating a space to share resources and encourage connections among women in STEM advocates is an effective way to increase visibility and broaden the conversation about advancing women across STEM disciplines. By shining a light on this conversation, we invite and encourage individuals and organizations to become catalysts for change along with us.

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Curated Resources

The Women in STEM Knowledge Center (WSKC) created a  knowledge repository of over 2,000 annotations for bibliographic and web materials related to women in STEM.

A pdf of annotated resources from the WSKC library has been optimized for online searching.

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"Best Practices" in Student SupportServices: A Study of Five Exemplary Sites. Followup Study of Student SupportServices Programs

"Designed to Inspire"

"Doing it the hard way":Investigations of Gender and Technology

"FAILING GIRLS": UnderstandingConnections among Identity Negotiation, Personal Relevance, and Engagement inScience Learning from Underachieving Girls

"Handing the Power-Glasses Back andForth": Women and Technology in Poems by Adrienne Rich

"Like a Family": What Works to CreateFriendly and Respectful Student-Faculty Interactions

"Microaggressions" in engineeringeducation: Climate for Asian, Latina and White women

"Solo" Faculty: Reducing Stress andIncreasing Retention

"Strategies Within": Forum to ProvideInput to CAWMSET & Effect Internal Change

"The Doors Are Open" But They Don'tCome In: Cultural Capital and the Pathway to Engineering Degrees for Women

"We've All Learned A lot of Ways Not toSolve The Problem": Perceptions of Science and Engineering Pathways AmongTenured Women Faculty

"You're all a bunch of fuckingfeminists:" Addressing the perceived conflict between gender andprofessional identities using the Montreal Massacre

“The image of a woman engineer:” Women’sidentities as engineers as portrayed by historical newspapers and magazines,1930-1970

'Can I Get Your Email': Gender, Networking andSocial Capital in an Undergraduate Bioengineering Classroom

'Gender-into-teaching' at the Vienna Universityof Technology. Experiences and reflections on an Austrian project

(De)valuing Teaching in the Academy: Why areUnderrepresented Graduate Students Overrepresented in Teaching and Outreach?

(Re)Gendering Science Fields: TransformingAcademic Science and Engineering

(Re)Producing Good Science Students: Girls'Participation in High School Physics

100 Women Leaders in STEM WEB

101 Facts on the Status of Working Women

2 Senators Push Equality For Girls in Math,Science

20 Websites Every Scientist (or Engineer)Should Know

2001 College-Bound Seniors: A Profile of SATProgram Test Takers

2001 Survey of Literature

2002 Survey of Literature

2009 Gotta Have IT

2009 Technical Executive Forum - TheRecruitment, Retention, and Advancement of Technical Women: Breaking Barriersto Cultural Change in Corporations

2009-2010 Biennial Report to Congress: BroadeningParticipation in America's STEM Workforce

2010-2011 Taulbee Survey: Continued Increase inUndergraduate CS Degree Producation; Slight Rise in Doctoral Production

4 Schools for Women in Engineering InnovativeApproaches to Increase Middle School Students Interest in STEM

7 Leaders Share Insights About Work-Life Balance

A Bridge for All: Higher Education DesignPrinciples to Broaden Participation in Science, Technology, Engineering andMathematics

A Challenge to Academic Health Centers and theNational Institutes of Health to Prevent Unintended Gender Bias in theSelection of Clinical and Translational Science Award Leaders

A Closer Examination of Barrier toParticipation in Information Science Education for Latinos and Caucasians

A closer look at gender in NAEP mathematicsachievement and affect data: Intersections with achievement, race/ethnicity,and socioeconomic status

A cluster-analytic investigation of subtypes ofadult career counseling clients: Toward a taxonomy of career problems

A Collaborative Effort to Recruit and RetainUnderrepresented Engineering Students.

A Comparison of Educational Factors Promotingor Discouraging the Intent to Remain in Engineering by Gender

A Comparison of Male and Female Student Issuesthat Affect Enrollment and Retention in Electronics and Computer EngineeringTechnology Programs at a For-Profit Institution

A Comparison of Nine Universities' AcademicPolicies from 1988 to 2005

A Compendium of the SWE Annual LiteratureReviews on Women in Engineering

A Continuous Series of Outreach Programs toRecruit Young Women to Engineering

A Cosmetics Module for Women in EngineeringPrograms

A Course in Spatial Visualization and ItsImpact on the Retention of Female Engineering Students

A Cox Regression Analysis of a Women's MentoringProgram in Engineering

A Cross-Institutional Comparison of EducationalFactors Promoting or Discouraging the Intent to Remain in Engineering

A Cross-Sectional Study of EngineeringStudents’ Self-Efficacy by Gender, Ethnicity, Year, and Transfer Status

A Deeper Partnership

A Delphi Study to Structure a WorkingConference on Women’s Success in STEM

A Diagnostic-ration Approach to MeasuringBeliefs about the Leadership Abilities of Male and Female Managers

A European research on women and EngineeringEducation (2001-2002)

A Feminist Approach to University-IndustryRelations: Integrating Theories of Gender, Knowledge, and Capital

A Focus Group Evaluation of an Academic SuccessProgram and Support System for Transfer Students

A Framework for K-12 Science Education:Practices, Crosscutting Concepts, and Core Ideas

A Graduate Experience of Women andInternational Students in Mathematics

A Hand Up is a Hand-Down Must for Young WomenEntering the Field of Science

A Historical View of Subgroup PerformanceDifferences on the SAT Reasoning Test

A History of Funding for Women's Programs atthe National Science Foundation: From Individual Powre Approaches to theAdvance of Institutional Approaches

A Large Scale Analysis of First-YearEngineering Student Essays on Engineering Interests

A League of Their Own: Do Single-Sex SchoolsIncrease Girls’ Participation in the Physical Sciences?

A Literature Review on the Under-representationof Women in Undergraduate Engineering: Ability, Self-Efficacy, and the"Chilly Climate"

A Longitudinal Study of Engineering StudentPerformance and Retention. III. Gender Differences in Student Performance andAttitudes

A Longitudinal Study of Engineering StudentPerformance and Retention: IV. Instructional Methods and Student Responses toThem

A Low-Cost Approach to the Retention ofUndergraduate Women Engineering and Science Students

A Matter of Confidence: Gender Differences inAttitudes Toward Engaging in Lab and Course Work in Undergraduate Engineering

A Measure of Equity: Women's Progress in HigherEducation

A Mentoring Program for Female and MinorityFaculty Members in the Sciences and Engineering: Effectiveness and Status after9 Years

A Meta-Analysis of National Research: Effect ofTeaching Strategies on Student Achievement in Science in the United States

A Model Healthcare and Engineering OutreachProgram for Middle School Students

A Model of Success: The Model Institutions forExcellence Program’s Successful Leadership in STEM Education

A Modest Manifesto for Shattering the GlassCeiling

A Multi-Pronged Approach to Address the ITGender Gap

A multidisciplinary look at the computingdisciplines

A Multiple Regression Analysis of the FactorsThat Affect Male/Female Enrollment/Retention in Electronics and ComputerEngineering Technology Programs at a For-Profit Institution

A National Analysis of Minorities in Scienceand Engineering Faculties at Research Universities

A new approach to increasing diversity inengineering at the example of women in engineering

A New Look at Gender Equity ProfessionalDevelopment for Secondary Science/Mathematics Teachers and Counselors

A NSF-Supported S-STEM Scholarship Program forRecruitment and Retention of Underrepresented Ethnic and Women Students inEngineering

A Pilot Study: On Exploring Twitter as a DataCollection Method for Use in an Ethnographic Study of 40 Young Girls Who Aspireto Become Women Engineers

A Pipeline to Recruit Women into Engineering

A Plan to Retain Women Students in anElectrical Engineering Technology Program

A Planning Guide to New Extension Services

A poisoned chalice? Why UK women engineeringand technology students may receive more 'help' than their male peers

A Profile of Mexican American, Puerto Rican,and Other Hispanic STEM Doctorates: 1983 To 1997

A Qatari Perspective on Women in theEngineering Pipeline: An Exploratory Study

A Quarter Century of Women and Minorities inEngineering at Northwestern University

A Report on the Status of Women Faculty in theSchools of Science and Engineering at MIT, 2011

A research and mentoring program forundergraduate women in computer science

A Shortage of Technology Job Candidates and anAbundance of Women in the Workplace: Why the Dilemma?

A Six-year Longitudinal Study of UndergraduateWomen in Engineering and Science

A Social-Cognitive Framework for PedagogicalAgents as Learning Companions

A study in engaging female students in computerscience using role models

A Study of Barriers to Women in UndergraduateComputer Science

A Study of Gender Parity: Department Culturefrom the Students' Perspective

A Study of Women Engineering Students and Timeto Completion of First-year Required Courses at Texas A&M University

A Successful Program for Women Faculty andGraduate Students in Natural Sciences, Mathematics, and Engineering at theUniversity of Nevada, Las Vegas

A Summer Camp Program to Introduce Girls toOpportunities in Engineering

A Survey of Biological and AgriculturalEngineering Female Faculty in North America

A Systemic Change Model in EngineeringEducation and Its Relevance for Women

A Theme-Based Seminar on EnvironmentalSustainability Improves Participant Satisfaction in an Undergraduate SummerResearch Program

A Theoretical Basis for Recruitment andRetention Interventions for Women in Engineering

A Threatening Intellectual Environment: WhyFemales Are Susceptible to Experiencing Problem-Solving Deficits in thePresence of Males

A Three Year Analysis of the Benefits Accruedby Women Engineering and Science Students who Participated in a Large-ScaleE-Mentoring Program

A Title IX Timeline: The Enforcement of TitleIX in Science and Engineering Education

A unified theory of implicit attitudes,stereotypes, self-esteem, and self-concept

A university-wide Women in Sciences andEngineering (WISE) program

A Walk on the Moon: Interdisciplinary,Inquiry-Based Learning Theory into Practice

A Warmer Climate for Women in Engineering atthe University of Rhode Island

A women and technology program for freshmanengineering students

A Women in Engineering Seminar Course forFirst-Year Engineering Students

A World In Motion

A.W.E. (assessing women in engineering) -designing tools for success using collaboration

AAUP Faculty Gender Equity Indicators 2006


AAUW Initiative: Send College Women to NCCWSL(National Conference for College Women Student Leaders)

Academe's Glass Ceiling: Societal, Professional-Organizational,and Institutional Barriers to the Career Advancement of Academic Women

Academic achievement–A view from the top: TheIllinois valedictorian project

Academic Advising Service for Women in HigherEducation

Academic Climate and Advisor Support Affect theQuality of Women's Experiences in Graduate School

Academic Employment Decisions and Gender

Academic Leadership Strategies for EngineeringFaculty

Academic Mothers

Accept, AVOID, Resist: How Faculty MembersRespond to Bias Against Caregiving…and How Departments Can Help

Access to Engineering: A Description and anEvaluation of a Pre-Collegiate Program for Minorities and Women

Access to Financial Capital: A Review ofResearch Literature on Women's Entrepreneurship in the Information TechnologyField

Accomplishments and Challenges for Women inSTEM: Implications for Future Research and Programs

ACES: introducing girls to and buildinginterest in engineering and computer science careers

Achieving Greater Diversity Through CurricularChange

Achieving Parity of the Sexes at theUndergraduate Level: A Study of Success

Achieving XXcellence in Science: Role ofProfessional Societies in Advancing Women in Science: Proceedings of aWorkshop, AXXS 2002

ACT High School Profile Report: HS GraduatingClass 2005: HS Graduating Class National Report (Code 990-000)

ACT High School Profile Report: The GraduatingClass of 2006: National

ACT High School Profile Report: The GraduatingClass of 2007: National

Acting Out: Using Theater to Discuss CareerStruggles of Women Faculty in Engineering

Addressing Cognitive Differences and Genderduring Problem Solving

Addressing Core Equity Issues in K-12 ComputerScience Education: Identifying Barriers and Sharing Strategies

Addressing Gender Equity in the PhysicalSciences: Replications of a Workshop Designed to Change the Views of DepartmentChairs

Addressing gender equity pipeline issues with aworkshop for high school mathematics and science teachers

Addressing Institutional Barriers in BroadeningParticipation of Women and Underrepresented Groups in Engineering HigherEducation

Addressing the Gender Gap: A Teaching andLearning Strategy in Undergraduate Science Courses

Adjusting Gender-Based Recruiting Strategies toFit the Appalachian Peer-Mentor Model

Adopting A K-12 Family Model With UndergraduateResearch To Enhance STEM Persistence and Achievement In UnderrepresentedMinority Students

Advance Peer Mentoring Summits forUnderrepresented Minority Women Engineering Faculty

ADVANCE Portal Website

ADVANCE-ENG Girls to Women: An InnovativeEngineering Faculty-Student Mentoring Summit for Underrepresented Minority(URM) Girls and their Mothers

ADVANCE-Purdue Research Briefs

ADVANCE-Purdue: Retention, Success andLeadership for Senior Female STEM Faculty

ADVANCEing Faculty Program at Louisiana TechUniversity

Advancement of Women of Color in Science,Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Disciplines

Advancing Gender Equity in Organizations: TheChallenge and Importance of Maintaining a Gender Narrative

ADVANCing Women and STEM Faculty Membersthrough Strategic Career Planning

Advancing Women Faculty at the New JerseyInstitute of Technology through Collaborative Research Networks: an Analysis ofPreliminary Results and Methodology

Advancing Women Faculty in Engineering throughInstitutional Transformation: The Iowa State University NSF ADVANCE Program inthe College of Engineering

Advancing Women in Engineering by EmpoweringStudent Leaders to Promote the Recruitment and Retention of Females inEngineering

Advancing Women in Science and Engineering:Advice to the Top

Advancing Women in STEM disciplines toLeadership Roles in Academe

Advancing Women Leaders: The Connection BetweenWomen Board Directors and Women Corporate Officers

Advancing Women Scientists: Exploring aTheoretically Grounded Climate Change Workshop Model

Advancing Your Career Through Awards andRecognitions: A Guide for Women Faculty in the Sciences & Engineering

AEA365 Blog (American Evaluation Association)

African American Women in Science: Experiencesfrom High School through the Post-secondary Years and Beyond

After School Inclusive Math (AIM)

After-School Worries: Tough on Parents, Bad forBusiness

Agents of Change: Pathways through whichMentoring Relationships Influence Adolescents' Academic Adjustment

Ain't I a Woman: Black Women and Feminism

All in the (Engineering) Family? - The FamilyOccupational Background of Men and Women Engineering Students

Alleviating Women’s Mathematics StereotypeThreat through Salience of Group Achievements

Ambassador program for recruiting girls intoengineering - appropriate messages, messengers, and modes of delivery

America's Got Talent But Not Enough Is Goinginto Computer Science

America's Youth: Transitions to Adulthood

American Association for the Advancement ofScience (AAAS)

American Association of University Women (AAUW)

American Chemical Society (ACS) Directory ofGraduate Research

American Society for Engineering Education(ASEE)

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

An Account of Women's Progress in Engineering:A Social Cognitive Perspective

An American Imperative: Transforming theRecruitment, Retention, and Renewal of Our Nation’s Mathematics and ScienceTeaching Workforce

An Analysis of Factors Affecting Choice ofMajors in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering at the University of Michigan

An Analysis of Female STEM Faculty at PublicTwo-Year Institutions

An Analysis of the Effectiveness of theAdmissions Policy for an Outreach Program for Girls in Engineering

An Assessment of the Effectiveness of theMcNair Program at the University of Akron

An Electrical Engineering Module for Women inEngineering

An empirical study of gender differences inChinese students' science achievement

An Empirical Test of Hall and Sandler's 1982Report: Who Finds the Classroom Climate Chilly

An Examination of Industry’s Desired Traits forEngineering Graduates and Gender Differences

An Examination of Technical InterestsMotivating Women and Men Engineering Majors

An Exploration of Gender Diversity inEngineering Programs: A Curriculum and Instruction-Based Perspective

An exploratory study of students' constructionsof gender in science, engineering and technology

An Extension Services Model for the Diffusionof New Practices in Education

An Integrated Living and Learning Community forFirst and Second Year Undergraduate Women in Science & Engineering

An Integrated Program to Recruit and RetainWomen Engineering Students

An Intervention to Address Gender Issues in aCourse on Design, Engineering, and Technology for Science Educators

An Introductory Course Format for PromotingDiversity and Retention

An Investigation of Critical Mass: The Role ofLatino Representation in the Success of Urban Community College Students

An Investigation of Engineering Students’Achievement Goal Orientations in Relation to Gender, Academic Level, Grades,Self-efficacy, and Desire to Pursue a Career in Engineering

An Investigation of Factors AffectingElementary Female Student Teachers' Choice of Science as a Major at CollegeLevel in Zimbabwe

An Investigation of Gender Composition onIntegrated Project Team Performance: Part III

An Overnight Visitation Program for IncomingFemale Engineering Students

Analysis of Applicant Data to ImproveRecruitment of Female and Underrepresented Engineering Students

Analysis of Men and Women Engineering Studentsat Ohio State

Analyzing Applicant Data for a Public, PredominantlyUndergraduate Engineering Programs to Gain Insight into Diversifying Recruitment

And Then There Were None A Report of Interestand Persistence among African American STEM College Students

Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology(ABI)

Answers in the Toolbox: Academic Intensity,Attendance Patterns, and Bachelor’s Degree Attainment

Antecedent Factors Differentiating Women andMen in Science/Nonscience Careers

Appalachian Information Technology ExtensionProject

Applying Research to Practice Series (ARP)

Approaches to Biology Teaching and Learning:From a Scholarly Approach to Teaching to the Scholarship of Teaching

Approaches to Biology Teaching and Learning:Learning Styles and the Problem of Instructional Selection-Engaging AllStudents in Science Courses

Approaches to Biology Teaching and Learning: OnIntegrating Pedagogical Training into the Graduate Experiences of FutureScience Faculty

Are Engineering and Computer Science WomenStudents Good Predictors of their Semester GPA?

Are Your Engineers Talking to One Another WhenThey Should?

Argonne National Laboratory's Introduce a Girlto Engineering Day

Arizona State University CareerWISE

As Balancing Act and As Game: How Women and MenScience Faculty Experience the Promotion Process

ASEE Data Mining Tool

ASEE PRISM Magazine search tool

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders – Facts,Not Fiction: Setting the Record Straight

Asian and Pacific Islander Women Scientist andEngineers: A Narrative Exploration of Model Minority, Gender, and Racial Stereotypes

Ask a Working Women Survey 2008

Ask For It: How Women Can Use the Power ofNegotiation to Get What They Really Want

Assessing Academic Climate Change in GenderDiversity in the Areas of Science and Engineering

Assessing an Engineering Day Camp forMiddle-School Girls

Assessing and Improving the Below AverageVisualization Abilities of a Group of Minority Engineering and TechnologyStudents

Assessing Elementary School Students’Conceptions of Engineering and Technology

Assessing Girls' Reactions to Science Workshops

Assessing the Role of Gender RejectionSensitivity, Identity, and Support on the Academic Engagement of Women inNontraditional Fields using Experience Sampling Methods

Assessing Women & Men in Engineering (AWE)

Assessing Women in Engineering (AWE):Assessment Results on Women Engineering Students Beliefs

Assessment of Gender Differences on Ratings ofEngineering Learning Modules in Middle-School Youth in an After-school Setting

Assessment of the Chilly College Climate forWomen

Assessment Tools in Informal Science (ATIS)

Association for the Advancement of Computing inEducation (AACE)

Association for Women in Science (AWIS)

Association of American Colleges andUniversities (AAC&U)

Astonomy Enrollments and Degrees

Astronomy Degree Recipients: Initial Employment

Athena Unbound: The Advancement of Women inScience and Technology

Attitude Toward Informal Science and Math: aSurvey of Boys and Girls Participating in Hands-On Science and Math(Funtivities)

Attitude, Achievement, and Gender in a MiddleSchool Science-Based Ludic Simulation for Learning

Attitudes and Interests Among UniversityStudents in Introductory Nonmajor Science Courses: Does Gender Matter?

Attitudes Toward Gender, Work, and Family amongFemale and Male Scientists in Germany and the United States

Attracting and Retaining Females and MinorityStudents into Technology

Attracting and Retaining Women in ComputerScience and Engineering: Evaluating the Results

Attracting Female Students to Engineering andScience Programs through a Partnership with Girl Scouts of America

Attracting girls to science, engineering andtechnology: an Australian perspective

Attracting Women into Electrical and ComputerEngineering

Attracting Women to Engineering that Serves DevelopingCommunities

Attribution Theory: He Says, She Says: TheDifference in how Women and Men Perceive Success and Failure

Automatic activation of stereotypes: The roleof self-image threat

Awakening Interest and Improving Employability:A Curriculum that Improves the Participation and Success of Women in ComputerScience

AWE: A Model for Sustainable and ProfitableCollaboration

AWE: A Workshop for Attracting Middle SchoolGirls to Engineering

Baccalaureate Origins of Recent Natural ScienceDoctorates

Backlash: The Undeclared War Against AmericanWomen

Balancing the Equation: Where are Women andGirls in Science, Engineering, and Technology?

Balancing: Survey of Fiscal Year 1997, 1998,and 1999 Powre Awardees

Barriers to Overcome: Women in Information Technology

Barriers to the Advancement of Technical Women:A Review of the Literature

Barriers to Women in Academic Science andEngineering

Base Ten

Basics about Disabilities and Science andEngineering Education (Powerpoint presentation + Script)

Basics about Disabilities and Science andEngineering Education

Battelle Center for Science and TechnologyPolicy

Becoming a Resonant Leader: Develop YourEmotional Intelligence, Renew Your Relationships, Sustain Your Effectiveness

Becoming an Aerospace Engineer: A Cross GenderComparison

Behavior Profiles: Its Influence On YourWorkplace Environment

Behind the Pay Gap

Being and Becoming: Gender and IdentityFormation of Engineering Students

Benefits for Women Students from IndustrialE-Mentoring

Best Practices for Enculturation: Collegiality,Mentoring, and Structure

Best Practices for Student Success

Beyond Barbie and Mortal Kombat: Newperspectives on gender and gaming

Beyond Bias and Barriers: Fulfilling thePotential of Women in Academic Science and Engineering

Beyond Federal Law: Trends and PrinciplesAssociated with State Laws Banning the Consideration of Race, Ethnicity, andSex Among Public Education Institutions

Beyond Flex Time: Retaining Female Scientistsand Engineers in the Metals Industry

Beyond the Classroom: Gender Differences inScience Experiences

Beyond the Gender Wars: A Conversation AboutGirls, Boys, and Education

Beyond Work-Family Balance: Advancing GenderEquity

Bias Literacy: A Review of Concepts in Researchon Discrimination

Biases in Interpersonal Communication: HowEngineering Students Perceive Gender Typical Speech Acts in Teamwork

Biological, Social, and OrganizationalComponents of Success for Women in Academic Science and Engineering

Black Feminist Thought: Knowledge,Consciousness, and the Politics of Empowerment

Black Immigrants and Black Natives AttendingSelective Colleges and Universities in the United States


Blueprint for the Future: Framing the Issues ofScience in a Global Context: Summary of a Workshop

Body Projects of Young Women of Color inPhysics: Intersections of Gender, Race, and Science

Boxed in or Coming out? On the Treatment ofScience, Technology and Gender in Educational Research

Breaking into the Guildmasters' Club:: What WeKnow About Women Science and Engineering Department Chairs at AAU Universities

Breaking the silicon ceiling: women inengineering freshman seminar

Breaking through Barriers- Campus ActionPrograms Panel Session

Bridging Differences: How Social Relationshipsand Racial Diversity Matter in a Girls' Technology Program

Bridging the Digital Divide: Computing inTribal Colleges and Universities

Bridging the Gender Gap: Six Years of Success

Bringing Up Girls in Science (BUGS): TheEffectiveness of an Afterschool Evironmental Science Program for IncreasingFemale Students' Interest in Science Careers

Broadening female participation in science,technology, engineering, and mathematics: Experiences at community colleges

Broadening Participation in UndergraduateResearch: Fostering Excellence and Enhancing the Impact

Building a Network to Support Girls and Womenin Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

Building a Science, Technology, Engineering,and Math Education Agenda: An Update of State Actions

Building a Structure of Support: An Inside Lookat the Structure of Women in Engineering Programs

Building An Engineer: Women in Engineering

Building an Engineering Technology Workforce: Aplan for reaching young people, adults and women

Building Careers, Transforming Institutions:Underrepresented Women and Minorities, Leadership Opportunities, andInterinstitutional Networking

Building the Engineer in Me: Designing ASeminar for First-Year Female Engineering Students

By the Numbers: Statistics about Women & IT

Calibrating a Measure of Gender Differences inMotivation for Learning Technology

Calling All White Men: Can Training HelpInclusive Workplaces?

CalWomen Tech Project

CalWomenTech Project: Recruiting and RetainingWomen in Technology Programs

Campus Action Project

Can a Media Strategy be an EffectiveRecruitment and Retention Tool for Women in Engineering and Technology? A PilotStudy

Can Diversity in the Undergraduate EngineeringPopulation be Enhanced Through Curricular Change

Can I Really Complete this CSE Doctoral Degree?Women's Confidence and Self-rated Abilities

Can the Language of Tenure Criteria InfluenceWomen’s Academic Advancement?

Can Title IX Do for Women in Science andEngineering What It Has Done for Women in Sports?

Canadian Centre for Women in Science,Engineering, Trades and Technology (WinSETT Centre)

Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering,Science, Trades and Technology (CCWESTT)

Canadian Engineers for Tomorrow: Trends inEngineering Enrolment and Degrees Awarded 2006-2010

Capitalizing on Opportunity Outside theClassroom: Exploring Supports and Barriers to the Professional DevelopmentActivities of Computer Science and Engineering Majors

Capturing stereotypes: Developing a scale toexplore U.S. college students' images of science and scientists

Career Advancement Program for Tenured SEMWomen Faculty

Career and Mentor Satisfaction among CanadianEngineers: Are there Differences based on Gender and Company-SpecificUndergraduate Work Experiences?

Career Clusters: Forecasting Demand for HighSchool Through College Jobs, 2008-2018

Career Development Theory for Women inEngineering

Career Motivations of Freshman Engineering andNon-engineering Students: A Gender Study

Career Success for Female STEM Faculty atPublic Two-Year Institutions

Career, Family, and Institutional Variables inthe Work Lives of Academic Women in the Chemical Sciences

Careers in Drug and Alcohol Research: AnInnovative Program for Young Appalachian Women

Careers of Young Scientists: Preferences,Prospects, and Realities by Gender and Field

Caring About Connections: Gender and Computing

Cascading Gender Biases, Compounding Effects:An Assessment of Talent Management Systems

Catalyst Quick Takes


Categorization of Minority Groups in AcademicScience and Engineering

Celebrating Women in Science & EngineeringGrant Program at UW-Madison

Center for Advancing Science & EngineeringCapacity (Capacity Center)

Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST)

Center for Talent Innovation (CTI)

Center for the Advancement of Scholarship onEngineering Education (CASEE)

Center for Women and Information Technology(CWIT)

Centre for Women in Science and EngineeringResearch (WiSER) at Trinity College Dublin

Challenges and Opportunities for Women inScience and Engineering

Challenging Cultural Stereotypes of ScientificAbility

Chance Favors the Prepared Mind: Mathematicsand Science Indicators for Comparing States and Nations

Change the Equation (CTEq)

CHANGE: A Brief Introduction to CooperativeLearning

CHANGE: Factors Supporting theRetention/Persistence of Female Undergraduates

CHANGE: The Use of Questions in the Classroom

Changes in the Nature of Faculty Work inEngineering during the First Three Years

Changing Middle-School Students? Attitudes andPerformance Regarding Engineering with Computer-based Social Models

Changing Our World: True Stories of WomenEngineers

Changing STEM Associate's Degree Production inPublic Associate's Colleges from 1985 to 2005: Exploring Institutional Type,Gender, and Field of Study

Changing the Continuing Chilly Campus Climatefor Faculty Women: Recommendations Based on a Case Study

Changing the Conversation: Messages forImproving Public Understanding of Engineering

Changing the Division of Household Labor: ANegotiated Process Between Partners

Changing the organizational culture oftechnology education to attract minorities and women

Characteristics of Doctoral Scientists andEngineers in the United States: 2008

Characteristics of High School and CollegeWomen Interested in Information Technology

Characteristics of Minority Students Who Excelon the SAT and in the Classroom. Policy Information Report

Characteristics of Recent Science andEngineering Graduates: 2003

Characteristics of Recent Science andEngineering Graduates: 2008

Chatting on a Feminist Computer Network

Children's Gender Stereotypes About Math: TheRole of Stereotype Stratification

Chinese Engineers in Canada: a 'ModelMinority'? and Experiences and perceptions of the Glass Ceiling

Choosing and Leaving Science in HighlySelective Institutions

Choosing Computer Science: Women at the Startof the Undergraduate Pipeline

Choosing to Compete: How Different Are Girlsand Boys?

Climate for Retention to Graduation: A MixedMethods Investigation of Student Perceptions of Engineering Departments andPrograms

Climbing onto the Shoulders of Giants

Climbing the Corporate Ladder in High Heels

Climbing the Technical Ladder: Obstacles andSolutions for Mid-Level Women in Technology

Closing the Gender Gap in TechnicalDisciplines: An Investigative Study

Co-operative Work, Women and the WorkingEnvironments of Technology Design

COACh Career Development Workshops for Scienceand Engineering Faculty: Views of the Career Impact on Women Chemists andChemical Engineers


Cohort Changes in the Transition from School toWork: Evidence from Three NLS Surveys

Collaboration as a Means to Building Capacity:Results and Future Directions of the National Girls Collaborative Project

Collaboration Between Science and SocialScience: Issues, challenges, and opportunities

Collaborative Learning in Engineering Students:Gender and Achievement

Collaborative on Academic Careers in HigherEducation (COACHE)

Comfortable Chaos: Forget "Balance"and Make Career and Family Choices That Work for You

Commitment to Graduate Studies and Careers inScience and Engineering: Examining Women's and Men's Experiences

Committee on Equal Opportunities in Science andEngineering (CEOSE)

Committee on the Status of Women in ComputingResearch (CRA-W)

Committee on Women in Science, Engineering, andMedicine (CWSEM)

Common Ground: How a course collaborationbetween engineering and women’s studies produced fine art

Commonwealth Alliance for InformationTechnology Education (CAITE)

Communicating for Change: Persuade Colleaguesto Get on Board

Communicating with Those Who Do Not See theNeed for Change

Community College Transfer EngineeringStudents: Does Gender Make a Difference?

Comparing the Learning Experiences of Male andFemale Engineering Students in Internship and Co-operative EducationalOpportunities

Comparing the Relative Contribution ofIndividual and Environmental Factors to the Intent to Remain in an EngineeringMajor, by Gender

Comparing U.S. K-12 Students' Math and SciencePerformance Internationally (Talking Points)

Comparison of Mechanical Aptitude, PriorExperiences, and Engineering Attitude for Male and Female MechanicalEngineering Students

Comparisons of More Applied InformationTechnology and Computer Science Undergraduates

Competence in Engineering: A Tale of Two Women

Competing Devotions: Career and Family amongWomen Executives

Compiled Perspectives on STEM Education

Complementary Pair and Group Mentoring Programsfor Undergraduate Women in Engineering

Complicating Difference: Exploring andExploding Three Myths of Gender and Race in Engineering Education

Complicating Research on Gender &Ethnicity: The Perceptions of Equality Score (PES)

Compositional Effects on the Persistence ofWomen Engineering and Computer Science Undergraduates

Computer Hardware Diagnosis and Repair forWomen and Girls

Computer Science Online

Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA)

Computer Science-in-a-Box: Unplug YourCurriculum

Computer Use at Home and at School: Does itRelate to Academic Performance?

Computing Education & Future Jobs:National, State & Congressional District Data

Computing for a Purpose: Gender and Attachmentto Computer Science

Computing in the Core (CinC)

Computing Self-Efficacy Among Women in India

Computing-related Self-efficacy:The Roles ofGender, Academic Performance, and Computational Capabilities

Confronting the Unique Challenges Faced by NewFemale Faculty

Confronting the “New” American Dilemma: UnderrepresentedMinorities in Engineering: A Data-Based Look at Diversity

Congruence Between Elements of the CollegiateEducational Experience and ABET Accreditation Standards

Connections that Count: The Informal Networksof Women of Color in the United States

CONNECTIONS: A Program for Women StudyingScience, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics at Northeastern University

Connections: New Ways of Working in theNetworked Organization

Conscious Efforts to End Unconscious Bias: WhyWomen Leave Academic Research

Considering Context: A Study of First-YearEngineering Students

Controlling the When and the How

Cool Girls Science & Art Club

Cooperative Learning

Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR)

Courtesy and Idleness: Gender Differences inTeam Work and Team Competition

Crafting a Future in Science: Tracing MiddleSchool Girls' Identity Work Over Time and Space

Creating a Climate That Fosters InstitutionalChange

Creating a Comprehensive Women in EngineeringOrganization Using a Managed Resource Strategy

Creating a Culture for Scholarly and SystematicInnovation in Engineering Education (CCSSIEE)

Creating a Culture for Systemic and ScholarlyInnovation in Engineering Education (CCSSIEE): Highlights of Major, Multi-yearASEE Initiative

Creating a Culture of Success for Women in STEM- The Advancing Faculty Program at Louisiana Tech University

Creating a Family Friendly Department: Chairsand Deans Toolkit

Creating a knowledge-based economy in theUnited Arab Emirates: realising the unfulfilled potential of women in thescience, technology and engineering fields

Creating a pedagogical model that uses studentgender and self reports of motivation and mood to adapt ITS instruction

Creating hybrid spaces for engaging schoolscience among urban middle school girls

Creation of a Women’s Machining Course at RowanUniversity

Creative, Contextual, and Engaged: Are Womenthe Engineers of 2020?

Cross-National Patterns of Gender Differencesin Mathematics: A Meta-Analysis

Cross-Sector and Interdisciplinary ResearchCollaborations as Paths for Career Success for Women in Academic Science andEngineering

Cultural Competence in the College BiologyClassroom

Cultural Models of the Admissions Process inEngineering: Views on the Role of Gender

Cultures that Promote the Retention of UndergraduateWomen in Engineering: Findings from the Investing the Gender Component (IGC)Project

Cultures Within Cultures: Welcoming orUnwelcoming for Women?

Dare to Dream: Corporate Encouragement of YoungWomen's Pursuits

Data & Statistics: Engineering Undergraduateand Graduate Student Enrollments

Data & Statistics: Related DisciplineGraduate Student Enrollments

Data & Statistics: Science and EngineeringSalaries

Data & Statistics: Science and EngineeringWorkforce

Data & Statistics: Undergraduate, Graduateand Doctoral Engineering Degrees

Data & Statistics: Undergraduate, Graduateand Doctoral Related Discipline Degrees

Defining “Real World Engineering” Paradigms byGender

Demystifying the Faculty Search Process:Increasing Women’s Pursuit of Academic Careers through Knowledge and Networking

Demystifying the Profession: Helping JuniorFaculty Succeed

Description and Prescription: How GenderStereotypes Prevent Women's Ascent Up the Organizational Ladder

Design Physical Space that Has Broad Appeal(Case Study 1): Affecting Women's Entry and Persistence in Computing throughPhysical Space

Design Principles 3.0 For Effective STEMPhilanthropy

Design Squad Teacher's Guide

Design Squad

Designing and Implementing Family-FriendlyPolicies in Higher Education

Designing Computer Learning Environments forEngineering and Computer Science: The Scaffolded Knowledge Integration Framework

Designing Engineering and Science Education forthe 21st Century

Destination Unknown: Gender Differences inAttrition from Graduate Study in Engineering

Detecting Gender-Based Differential ItemFunctioning on a Constrcuted-Response Science Test

Determining Effective Teaching Behaviors andStaff Development Opportunities for Adjunct Faculty

Developing 3-D spatial skills for engineeringstudents

Developing 3-D Spatial Skills for K-12 Students

Developing a Plan for Recruiting and RetainingWomen and Minorities in Engineering Technology at Western Kentucky University

Developing a Strong Brand Identity for YourOrganization: Lessons Learned from the WEPAN Branding Initiative

Developing an Integrated Freshman Seminar forWomen in Technology: An Innovative University-Corporate Partnership Model

Developing Leadership Capacity in Working AdultWomen Technical Graduate Stuents Research Interview Results with Alumni

Developing mentoring relationships to supportthe careers of women in electrical engineering and computer technologies. Ananalysis on mentors' competencies

Developing Retention Strategies for Women thatPromote Student Success in Engineering and the Applied Sciences

Developing spatial cognitive skills amongmiddle school students

Development and Implementation of a PeerMentoring Program for Women in Engineering Students

Development of a K-12 Summer Program to PromoteWomen in Engineering and Technology

Development of a study abroad experience inAfrica as a recruitment and retention tool for women in engineering

Development of a Women in Engineering Program: FromResearch to Implementation

Development, Implementation, and Evaluations ofa Science Learning Community for Underrepresented Students

Differences in Men and Women Scientists'Perceptions of Workplace Climate

Differences in Self-Efficacy: Is it Women or isit Engineering?

Differences in students outcomes by types ofliving-learning programs: The development of an empirical typology

Differences in the Gender Gap: Comparisonsacross Racial/Ethnic Groups in Education and Work. Policy Information Report.

Different Is good: barriers to retention forwomen in software engineering

Differential Experiences of Women and MinorityEngineering Students in a Cooperative Education Program

Digest of Education Statistics 2006

Digest of Education Statistics 2011


Digital Games, Gender and Learning inengineering: Do females benefit as much as males?

Dilemmas in the Mentoring of Faculty Women inEngineering: "The heroic journey" versus "The caring community"

Disciplinary Discourses: a case study of genderin information technology and design courses

Discipline-Based Education Research:Understanding and Improving Learning in Undergraduate Science and Engineering

Discounting Their Own Success: A Case for theRole of Implicit Stereotypic Attribution Bias in Women's STEM Outcome

Discovering Directions for Change in HigherEducation Through the Experiences of Senior Women Faculty

Discovering Implications of the AcademicPathways Study for Women on Your Campus

Discovery Science (DSC)

Discursive geographies in science: space,identity, and scientific discourse among indigenous women in higher education

Disrupting Masculinities: Women Engineers andEngineering Workplace Culture

Dissecting the Data 2012: Examining STEMOpportunities and Outcomes for Underrepresented Students in California

Diverse Backgrounds and Personalities canStrengthen Groups

Diverse Pathways to the PhD: A Study of WomenFaculty in the Sciences and Engineering at a Hispanic-serving Institution

Diversification of a University Faculty:Observations on Hiring Women Faculty in the Schools of Science and Engineeringat MIT

Diversifying Biomedical Training: A SynergisticIntervention

Diversity as Strategy

Diversity by Design

Diversity Catalysts: Educating The STEMCommunity On The Way To Institutional Transformation

Diversity in Academic Medicine: The Stages ofChange Model

Diversity in Engineering (DinE) Bibliography

Diversity in Engineering Bibliography

Diversity in Engineering Education: An AfricanAmerican Female Professor’s Perspective

Diversity in Engineering: Managing theWorkforce of the Future

Diversity in Science and Engineering Employmentin Industry

Division of Labor in Two-Earner Homes: TaskAccomplishment versus Household Management as Critical Variables in Perceptionsabout Family Work

Do Babies Matter in Science?

Do Female and Male Role Models Who Embody STEMStereotypes Hinder Women’s Anticipated Success in STEM?

Do Internalized Feminine Norms Depress Girls'STEM Attitudes & Participation?

Do Scientists Help People? Beliefs AboutScientists and the Influence of Prosocial Context on Girls' Attitudes TowardsPhysics

Doctorate Recipients from U.S. Universities:2012

Doctorate Recipients from U.S. Universities:Summary Report 2007–08

Does a Truck Driver See What a Nurse Sees? TheEffects of Occupation Type on Perceptions of Sexual Harassment

Does Gender Affect a Scientist's ResearchOutput in Revolutionary Ecology?

Does Gender Affect Student Perception ofEngineering Courses in a Common First Year Program?

Does Marital Status Make a Difference?:Housework Among Married and Cohabitating Men and Women

Does Physics Teaching Affect Gender-BasedScience Anxiety?

Dorm for Women Science, Math Majors Opens onRutgers Campus

Dot Diva

Dr. Joan's Mentoring Book: Straight Talk AboutTaking Charge of Your Career

Dual Career Academic Couples: What UniversitiesNeed to Know

E-Mentoring for Women Graduate Students inEngineering and Science

E-Week Girl Day

Early and Sustained Gender Equity ProgramsEnrich Pipeline of Female Engineers

Early determinants of women in the ITworkforce: a model of girls' career choices

Economic Dependency, Gender, and the Divisionof Labor at Home

Economic Security: Expanding Women'sParticipation in US Science

Editorial: Gifted females in mathematics, the naturalsciences and technology

Edna the Engineer: Who Gets to be a Scientist?

Educating Engineers: Designing for the Futureof the Field

Educating the Engineer of 2020: AdaptingEngineering Education to the New Century

Education and Occupational Sex Segregation: TheDecision to Major in Engineering

Education of Women in Engineering Schools inJordan: An Empirical Perspective

Educational Trends of Minority Women in theUSA: The Untapped Resource

Educational Use of E-Mentoring to EncourageWomen into Science and Engineering

Effect of Gender on Computer Use and Attitudesof College Seniors

Effecting Institutional Transformation toImprove Climate for Women STEM Faculty: the UIC NSF ADVANCE IT Experience

Effective Policies and Programs for Retentionand Advancement of Women in Academia

Effective Strategies to Change Attitudes towardFemale Participation in Science and Technology

Effectively Assign Student Groups by ApplyingMultiple User-prioritized Academic and Demographic Factors Using a New OpenSource Program GroupEng

Effectiveness of Challenge-Based Instruction inBiomechanics

Effectiveness of Team-Based STEM ProjectLearning to Recruit Women High School Students to STEM

Effects of a College Access Program for YouthUnderrepresented in Higher Education: A Randomized Experiment.

Effects of aWomen-in-Sciences/Men-in-Humanities Intervention on Taiwanese Adolescents'Attitudes Towards Learning Science

Effects of an Online Personal ResilienceTraining Program for Women in STEM Doctoral Programs

Effects of class size on alternativeeducational outcomes across disciplines

Effects of Gender on Engineering CareerCommitment

Effects of Learning about Gender Discriminationon Adolescent Girls' Attitudes Toward and Interest in Science

Effects of single-gender mathematics classroomson self-perception of mathematical ability and post secondary engineeringpaths: an Australian case study

Effects of Small-Group Learning onUndergraduates in Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology: AMeta-Analysis


ELATE at Drexel

Electronic Communities: A Forum for SupportingWomen Professionals and Students in Technical and Scientific Fields

Electronic Mentoring: Supporting WomenEngineering and Science Students in the Crucial Early Years of College

Elementary girls' science reading at home andschool

Elementary School Students' Perceptions of theNew Science and Technology Curriculum by Gender

Elementary Teachers’ Understandings ofEngineering and Technology

Embedded Solutions for Non-Embedded Experts

Embracing the Future: Bioinformatics for HighSchool Women

Emerging High-Tech Areas of Civil EngineeringAttract Women

Emotion blocks the path to learning understereotype threat

Employed Scientists and Engineers by Field,Employment Sector and Gender, 1991-1999

Employing Liberative Pedagogies in EngineeringEducation

Empowering Women as Leaders: ADVANCE LeadershipPrograms at a Doctoral STEM-Dominant University

Empowering Women Engineers from the Top Down

Empowering Women Faculty in STEM Fields: AnExamination of Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Encouragement Works in Academic Settings (CaseStudy 1): Increasing Persistence in Computing Through Encouragement

Encouragers and Discouragers for Domestic andInternational Women in Doctoral Programs in Engineering and Computer Science

Encouraging Girl Scouts through a SaturdayWorkshop

Encouraging Talented Girls in Math and Science:Effects of a Guidance Intervention

Encouraging Underrepresented Minority and WomenStudents to Become Interested in Research and to Attain Graduate Degrees

Energize Your Future

Engage to Excel: Producing One MillionAdditional College Graduates with Degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering,and Mathematics

Engage Woman Engineering and Science Studentsby Improving Their Spatial Visualization Skills

ENGAGE/ASME Engaging Students in ME - UsingEveryday Engineering Examples in the Classroom Webinar PowerPoint Presentation

ENGAGE/ASME Engaging Students in ME - UsingEveryday Engineering Examples in the Classroom Webinar Recording

ENGAGE: Engaging Students in Engineering

ENGAGE: Improving Faculty/Student InteractionWebinar Powerpoint Presentation

ENGAGE: Improving Faculty/Student InteractionWebinar Recording

ENGAGE: Improving Spatial Visualization SkillsWebinar PowerPoint Presentation

ENGAGE: Improving Spatial Visualization SkillsWebinar Recording

ENGAGE: Using Everyday Engineering Examples inthe Classroom Webinar PowerPoint Presentation

ENGAGE: Using Everyday Engineering Examples inthe Classroom Webinar Recording

Engagement, Capacity and Continuity: A Trilogyfor Student Success

Engaging America's Intellectual Talent: TheStatus of Women and Minorities in Engineering

Engaging Latino Families in Informal Science

Engaging Male Faculty in Creating Equity forFemale STEM Faculty in Academia

Engaging Men in Gender Initiatives: What ChangeAgents Need to Know

Engaging Women in Computer Science andEngineering: Promising Practices for Promoting Gender Equity in UndergraduateResearch Experiences

Engineer Your Life

Engineering a Difference

Engineering and Engineering Technology CollegeProfiles for 1998-2011

Engineering and Social Justice: In theUniversity and Beyond

Engineering and Social Justice

Engineering by the Numbers : 2007

Engineering by the Numbers : 2008

Engineering by the Numbers : 2009

Engineering by the Numbers : 2010

Engineering by the Numbers : 2011

Engineering Careers: A Day for Young Women

Engineering Change for Women in Engineering:The Role of Curricular and Instructional Change

Engineering Classroom Environments: ExaminingDifferences by Gender and Departments

Engineering Clinics for Teachers (ECT)

Engineering Communities: A Longitudinal,Comparative Analysis of Persistence among Undergraduate Engineering Students

Engineering Cultures

Engineering Design: Examining the Impact ofGender and the Team's Gender Composition

Engineering Design: Using a Scoring Rubric toCompare the Products of Teams that Differ in Gender Composition

Engineering differences: Discourses on gender,sexuality, and work in a college of technology

Engineering Education Service Center (EESC)

Engineering Equity Extension Project (EEES)

Engineering Global Solutions to Water Scarcity:A Model Outreach Program for Middle School Students

Engineering Identity and the WorkplacePersistence of Women with Engineering Degrees

Engineering identity development amongpre-adolescent learners

Engineering in Australia: An UncomfortableExperience for Women

Engineering Interact

Engineering is Elementary (EiE)

Engineering Messages - Engineers How are youChanging the Conversation?

Engineering Persistence: Past, Present, andFuture Factors and Gender Differences

Engineering Research and America's Future:Meeting the Challenges of a Global Economy

Engineering Schools Boost Efforts to AttractFemales

Engineering Student Recruiters: A Review ofRole of Women as Peer Recruiters for Potential Engineering Students

Engineering Students' Perceptions of theirEducational Experiences: the Effects of Gender within Minority Membership

Engineering Success: The Role of FacultyRelationships With African American Undergraduates

Engineering Suddenly Hot at Universities

Engineering Teacher Guides

Engineering-A-Future for tomorrow's young women

Engineers Canada

Engineers Make a Difference: MotivatingStudents to Pursue an Engineering Education

Enhanced Professional Networking and its Impacton Personal Development and Business Success

Enhancements to a Retention Program for WomenEngineering Technology Students by the Addition of a Social Support Network andCommunity Building Activities

Enhancing Department Climate: A Chair's Role© AWorkshop Series for Department Chairs

Enhancing Department Climate: A Guide forDepartment Chairs

Enhancing ITS instruction with integratedassessments of learner mood, motivation, and gender

Enhancing Research & Publication Success byCultivating Your Mentoring Network

Enhancing the Community College Pathway toEngineering Careers

Enhancing the Number of African Americans WhoPursue STEM PhDs: Meyerhoff Scholarship Program Outcomes, Processes, andIndividual Predictors

Enhancing Visualization Skills -- ImprovingOptions aNd Success (EnViSIONS) of Engineers and Technology Students

Entering Mentoring: A Seminar to Train a NewGeneration of Scientists

Entrepreneurial Leadership, Gender and Teams inthe Engineering and Science Context

Envisioning a 21st Century Science andEngineering Workforce for the United States: Tasks for University, Industry andGovernment

EnViSIONS at Penn State Erie, The BehrendCollege

EnViSIONS at the University of Iowa

EnViSIONS at Virginia State University

EnViSIONS at Virginia Tech

Equal Access: Inclusive Strategies for TeachingStudents with Disabilities (Case Study 3)

Equal Rites, Unequal Outcomes. Women inAmerican Research Universities

EQUALS Program

Equity in Reform: Case Studies of Five MiddleSchools Involved in Systemic Reform

Eric Jolly: NSF JAM 2009 Keynote speech

Escape to Engineering: A Summer Bridge Programfor Women in Engineering

Establishing Gender Structural Invariance ofTechnology Acceptance Model (TAM)

Establishing the Foundation for FutureOrganizational Reform and Transformation at a Large Private University toExapand the Representation of Women Faculty

Establishing Women - only Positions inEngineering to Increase Gender Diversity – the Process and Results

Ethnic and Gender Differences in ScienceGraduation at Selective Colleges with Implications for Admission Policy andCollege Choice

Evaluating a Mentoring Program

Evaluating Gender Differences of Attitudes andPerceptions Toward PowerPoint for Preservice Science Teachers

Evaluating Promising Practices in InformalInformation Technology (IT) Education for Girls: Phase III Survey Results

Evaluating self-assessment and a placementexamination for a first course in computer science: How do women and minoritystudents fare?

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Gender EquityTraining in Engineering Summer Workshops With Pre-College Teachers andCounselors

Evaluating the Transfer Process for Engineeringand Computer Science Students to a Large University

Evaluation of an Intervention to IncreaseRealistic Self-Efficacy and Interests in College Women

Evaluation of Summer Enrichment Programs forWomen Students

Even Tech Execs Can't Get Kids To Be Engineers

Every Other Thursday: Stories and Strategiesfrom Successful Women Scientists

Everyday Engineering: How to Run Your OwnSummer Camp

Everything I Know I Learned in Kindergarten:Examples of Synergisms Between K-12 Outreach and Recruitment and Retention ofWomen and Minorities in Engineering

Evolution and Evaluation of a BiologyEnrichment Program for Minorities

Evolving Identities: Undergraduate WomenPursuing the Engineering Professoriate

Exaggerating the typical and stereotyping thedifferences: Isolation experienced by Women in STEM Doctoral Programs

Examining Sense of Belonging and Campus RacialDiversity Experiences Among Women of Color in STEM Living-Learning Programs

Examining the cognitive processes used byadolescent girls and women scientists in identifying science role models: Afeminist approach

Examining the Complexities of FacultyAttrition: An Analysis of STEM and Non-STEM Faculty Who Remain and Faculty WhoLeave the Institution

Executive Education: For Professional Women,Programs of Their Own

Executive Women and the Myth of Having It All

Expanding and cultivating the Hispanic STEMdoctoral workforce

Expanding Girls' Horizons: StrengtheningPersistence in the Early Math and Science Education Pipeline

Expanding Your Horizons Network (EYH)

Expanding Your Horizons: A Program for EngagingMiddle School Girls in Science and Mathematics

Experiential Learning: Experience as the Sourceof Learning and Development

Explaining Faculty Involvement in Women'sRetention

Exploration of Differences in Male and FemaleStudents Over a Four Year Period: Does the Data Indicate Support for the GenderSimilarity Hypothesis?

Exploration of the Relationship between PriorComputing Experience and Gender on Success in College Computer Science


Exploring factors that influence computerscience introductory course students to persist in the major

Exploring Gender and Self-Confidence inEngineering Students: A Multi-Method Approach

Exploring how school counselors positionlow-income African American girls as mathematics and science learners

Exploring Middle School Girls? ScienceIdentities: Examining Attitudes and Perceptions of Scientists when Working"Side-by-Side" with Scientists

Exploring Planets in the Classroom

Exploring the Academic Benefits of FriendshipTies for Latino Boys and Girls

Exploring the Availability of Student ScientistIdentities within Curriculum Discourse: An anti-essentialist approach togender-inclusive science

Exploring the Gender Gap in Engineering: ARe-Specification and Test of the Hypothesis of Cumulative Advantages andDisadvantages

Exploring the Relationships Among Performanceon Engineering Tasks, Confidence, Gender, and First Year Persistence

Exposure, Training, and Environment: Women'sParticipation in Computing Education in the United States and India

Extension Services in Engineering: ImprovingClimate, Instruction and Community to Recruit and Retain Undergraduate Women


Factors Associated with Women’s Interest inComputing Fields

Factors influencing successful IT women'scareer choices: A qualitative study

Factors Influencing the Persistence of EthnicMinority Students Enrolled in a College Engineering Program

Factors that Encourage or Discourage thePersistence of Female Students in Undergraduate Education

Factors that influence students' plans to takecomputing and information technology subjects in senior secondary school

Faculty Diversity: Problems and Solutions

Faculty Diversity: Removing the Barriers, 2ndEdition

Faculty Inventory: Seven Principles for GoodPractices in Undergraduate Education

Faculty on Integrated Project-Based Learning

Faculty Science Positions Continue to EludeWomen of Color: Oklahoma Professor's Study Finds Hiring, Tenure RemainStumbling Blocks


False Start: A Missed Opportunity for Women andGirls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in the Race to theTop Awards

Family Influence on Engineering Students

Favoritism, Bias, and Error in PerformanceRatings of Scientists and Engineers: The Effects of Power, Status, and Numbers

Female Amalgamation into Industrial Technologyand Factors Causative to Recruitment and Retention

Female and Male Engineering Students’Personality Characterization of Successful Engineering Students, Engineers, andThemselves

Female Faculty and the Sciences

Female Friendly Science: Including Women inCurricular Content and Pedagogy in Science

Female Graduate Students and Program Quality

Female Project Managers' Workplace Problems: aSurvey

Female Role Models: Protecting Women’s MathTest Performance

Female Science Professor Blog

Female Student Views About IT Careers in HighSchool and College

Female Teachers' Math Anxiety Affects Girls' MathAchievement

Females Excelling More in Math, Engineering,and Science (FEMMES): An After-School STEM Program for Girls that FostersHands-on Learning and Female-to-Female Mentorship

Females in Technology Education: The Obligationof a Democratic Society

Feminism and engineering

Feminism and Science

Feminist approaches to science

Feminist Knowledge Claims, Local Knowledge, andGender Divisions of Agricultural Labor: Constructing a Successor Science

Feminist Science in the Case of a Reform-MindedBiology Department

Feminist Theory in Three Engineering EducationJournals: 1995-2008

Femmes: A One-Day Mentorship Program to Engage4th-6th Grade Girls in STEM Activities

Final Report of the Women's Experiences inCollege Engineering (WECE) Project

Finding the Teachers We Need

First Year Physics Graduate Students:Characteristics and Background

First-Year Women on the Engineering Pathway:Research Strategies to Support Retention

First: A Model for Increasing Quality MinorityParticipation in the Sciences from the Undergraduate to the Professoriate Level

Flexible Work Arrangements III: A Ten-YearRetrospective

Fostering Success for Women in Science andEngineering: Advice for Departmental Faculty

From "Engineeresses" to "GirlEngineers" to "Good Engineers": A History of Women's U.S.Engineering Education

From Advancing Women in Science and Engineeringto Advancing Diversity at Virginia Tech: AdvanceVT’s Annual Workshop

From community college to Ph.D: Educationalpathways in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

From object to subject: hybrid identities ofindigenous women in science

From Our Perspective: Undergraduate and FacultyWomen in Electrical and Computer Engineering Programs on Recruitment,Retention, and What Really Works

From Scarcity to Visibility: Gender Differencesin the Careers of Doctoral Scientists and Engineers

Frontiers of Engineering: Reports onLeading-Edge Engineering from the 2008 Symposium

Gaining Options: A Mathematics Program forPotentially Talented At-risk Adolescent Girls

Gaining Retention and Achievement for StudentsProgram: A Faculty Development Program

Gains in Knowledge and Perception ofEngineering after Participation in an Engineering Design Web-Experience areGender-Dependent

Gateway Science Workshop (GSW)

Gearing Up for Change: Institutional Reform inUndergraduate Computing Programs

Gender & Society (GENDSOC)

Gender and Achievement-Related Beliefs AmongEngineering Students

Gender and Agricultural Science: Evidence FromTwo Surveys of Land-Grant Scientists

Gender and Corporate Social Responsibility:It’s a Matter of Sustainability

Gender and Disciplinary Differences inExperiences with Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Gender and Engineering: Photo Elicitation as aMethod of Inquiry

Gender and Engineering: Strategies and Possibilities

Gender and Ethnic Differences Among Science andEngineering Majors: Experiences, Achievements, and Expectations (ETS-RR-94-30)

Gender and Ethnicity DIfferences in FreshmanEngineering Student Attitudes: A Cross-Institutional Study

Gender and Expressions of Dissatisfaction: AStudy of Complaining in Mixed-Gendered Student Work Groups

Gender and Graduate School: EngineeringStudents Confront Life after the B. Eng.

Gender and Information Technology ManagementEducation

Gender and Information Technology: MovingBeyond Access to Co-Create Global Partnership

Gender and Mentoring of Faculty in Science andEngineering

Gender and Organizational Culture: Correlatesof Companies’ Responsiveness to Fathers in Sweden

Gender and Physics: A Theoretical Analysis

Gender and physics: feminist philosophy andscience education

Gender and Race/Ethnicity in Engineering:Preliminary Findings from the Project to Assess Climate in Engineering

Gender and race: Stereotyping, copingselfefficacy and collective self-esteem in the CSET undergraduate pipeline

Gender and Satisfaction with the CooperativeEducation Experience in Engineering

Gender and Technology in Education: A ResearchReview

Gender and Technology in Hong Kong: A Study ofPupils' Attitudes Toward Technology

Gender and Technology in the Liberal Arts:Aptitudes, Attitudes, and Skills Acquisition

Gender and the relationship between jobexperiences and psychological distress: A study of dual-earner couples.

Gender and Web 2.0 technology awareness amongICT teachers

Gender Asymmetries Encountered in the Searchand Exploration of Mining Engineering Program Web Sites: A Portrayal of Postureand Roles

Gender at Work Within the Software Industry: AnIndian Perspective

Gender Attributions of Science and AcademicAttributes: An Examination of Undergraduate Science, Mathematics, andTechnology Majors

Gender Bias in College Admissions Tests

Gender Bias Learning Project

Gender Conception and the Chilly Road to FemaleUndergraduates' Persistence in Science and Engineering Fields

Gender Differences Across Engineering Majors

Gender Differences and Intragender Differencesin Computer Science Students: Are Female CS Majors More Similar to Male CSMajors or Female Nonmajors?

Gender Differences and Student Learning

Gender Differences at Critical Transitions inthe Careers of Science, Engineering and Mathematics Faculty

Gender Differences in a Computer ScienceCourse: A Spearmanian Perspective

Gender Differences in an On-line LearningEnvironment

Gender Differences in Attitudes towardEnvironmental Science

Gender Differences in Attitudes towardsInformation Technology among Malaysian Student Teachers: A Case Study atUniversiti Putra Malaysia

Gender Differences in Biological EngineeringStudents

Gender differences in confidence levels, groupinteractions, and feelings about competition in an introductory robotics course

Gender Differences in Elements of theUndergraduate Experience that Influence Satisfaction with the Engineering Majorand the Intent to Pursue Engineering as a Career

Gender Differences in Expressed and MeasuredInterests in Engineering-Related Fields Over a 30-Year Span

Gender Differences in Factors that Promote anInterest in IT among High School and Early and Late College Students

Gender Differences in Faculty Pay and FacultySalary Compression

Gender Differences in Firm Size, Growth, andPersistence: A Review of Research Literature on Women's Entrepreneurship in theInformation Technology Field

Gender Differences in First-Grade MathematicsStrategy Use: Parent and Teacher Contributions

Gender differences in freshman engineeringstudents' identification with engineering

Gender Differences in Graduate Students'Perspectives on the Culture of Science

Gender Differences in High School Student'sViews of Technology

Gender Differences in Impression Management inOrganizations: A Qualitative Review

Gender Differences in In-class and Out-of-classExperiences that Influence the Intent to Complete an Engineering Degree

Gender Differences in Individual and TeammatePerformance Evaluations by Students on Engineering Design Teams

Gender Differences in Introductory Atmosphericand Oceanic Science Exams: Multiple Choice Versus Constructed Response Questions

Gender Differences in Introductory UniversityPhysics Performance: The Influence of High School Physics Preparation andAffective Factors

Gender Differences in Learning Styles:Nurturing a Gender and Style Sensitive Computer Science Classroom

Gender Differences in Major Selection andAcademic Success for Students Leaving Engineering

Gender Differences in Math Performance

Gender Differences in Mathematics and Scienceon a High School Proficiency Exam: The Role of Response Format

Gender Differences in Mathematics Performance:A Meta-Analysis

Gender Differences in Mathematics: anIntegrative Psychological Approach

Gender Differences in Science Achievement

Gender Differences in Student AcademicPerformance and Attitudes in an Introductory Engineering Course

Gender Differences in Students' Perceptions ofInformation Technology as a Career

Gender Differences in the Academic Performanceand Retention of Undergraduate Engineering Majors

Gender Differences in the Attitudes of Studentsin Freshmen Engineering Courses

Gender Differences in the Careers of AcademicScientists and Engineers

Gender differences in the intention to usetechnology: A measurement invariance analysis

Gender Differences in the Learning Preferencesof Engineering Students

Gender Differences in the Perception and Use ofan Informal Science Learning Web Site

Gender Differences in the Values of MinorityHigh School Students that Affect Engineering Discipline Choice &Recommendations for Attracting Minorities to Environmental Engineering

Gender Differences in Types of AssignmentsPreferred: Implications for Computer Science Instruction

Gender Differences

Gender Differentials in School ComputerTechnology Support Roles: An Analysis

Gender Disparity in Engineering as a Functionof Physics Enrollment and Its Implications for Civil Engineering

Gender Disparity in Science Education: TheCauses, Consequences, and Solutions

Gender diversity changes in a small engineeringdiscipline: materials science and engineering

Gender diversity in management and firmperformance: the influence of growth orientation and organizational culture

Gender divisions across technologyadvertisements and the WWW: Implications for educational equity

Gender Equality Helps Girls with Math, StudySays

Gender Equitable Curricula in High SchoolScience and Engineering

Gender Equity and Engineering: A Review ofEducation Policy And Research Since 1964

Gender Equity in Higher Education: Why and How?A Case Study of Gender Issues in a Science Faculty

Gender Equity in Industrial Engineering:A PilotStudy

Gender equity in science: Still an elusive goal

Gender Equity Study of Female CETStudents/Graduates at Georgia Southern University

Gender Fairness Using the ACT

Gender Gap in Computer Science: Studying ItsAbsence in One Former Soviet Republic

Gender in Mentoring Relationships

Gender in Urban Education: Strategies forStudent Achievement

Gender Inclusiveness in Educational Technologyand Learning Experiences of Girls and Boys

Gender Inclusiveness in Engineering Education -Is Problem Based Learning Environment a Recipe?

Gender Indicators in Science, Engineering, andTechnology: An Information Toolkit

Gender Inequality in Science: A UniversalCondition?

Gender Inequity in Science and MathematicsEducation in Africa: The Causes, Consequences, and Solutions

Gender Orientation of the Design Task: ProductDomain and Familiarity Issues

Gender Participation in Humanitarian vs.Traditional Multidisciplinary Senior Design Projects

Gender Performance Assessment of UniqueHands-On Inquiry-Based Engineering Lessons In Secondary Mathematics and ScienceClassrooms

Gender Perspectives on the Optimization of theInterdisciplinary Course Curriculum “Introduction to Electrical Engineering forNon-Majors”

Gender Ratios in High School ScienceDepartments: The Effect of Percent Female Faculty on Multiple Dimensions ofStudents’ Science Identities

Gender Representation in Architectural Engineering-Is it all in the name?

Gender Schemas, Privilege, Micro-messaging, andEngineering Education: Practical Lessons from Theory

Gender Schemas: A Cognitive Explanation ofDiscrimination of Women in Technology

Gender Similarities Characterize MathPerformance

Gender Similarities in Mathematics and Science

Gender trends in engineering retention

Gender Writ Small: Gender Enactments andGendered Narratives about Lab Organization and Knowledge Transmission in a BiomedicalEngineering Research Setting

Gender, Culture, and Mathematics Performance

Gender, Faculty, and Doctoral Education inScience and Engineering

Gender, Families, and Science: Influences onEarly Science Training and Career Choices

Gender, Family Characteristics, and PublicationProductivity Among Scientists

Gender, Girls, and Computer Technology: What'sthe Status Now?

Gender, Race, and Ethnic Segregation of ScienceFields in U.S. Universities

Gender, Race, and the College Science Track:Analyzing Field Concentrations and Institutional Selectivity

Gender, Science and Technology in Brazil

Gender, Science, and Scientific Organizationsin Germany

Gender, Science, and the Federal Funding ofResearch

Gender, self-efficacy and achievement amongSouth African Technology teacher trainees

Gender, Self-Perception, and Academic Problemsin High School

Gender, Status, and Leadership

Gender-Based Differences in Language LearningStrategies of Science Students

Gender-based Preferences toward TechnologyEducation Content, Activities, and Instructional Methods

Gender-Based Underrepresentation in ComputerScience and Related Disciplines

Gender-Informed Mentoring Strategies for WomenEngineering Scholars: On Establishing a Caring Community

Gender-Specific Trends in the Value ofEducation and the Emerging Gender Gap in College Completion

Gender/Technology Relations: Complicating thegender binary

Gendered boundaries: Using a"Boundary" metaphor to understand faculty members' descriptions ofengineering

Gendered Fields: Sports and Advanced CourseTaking in High School

Gendered Innovations in Science and Engineering

Gendered Innovations in Science, Health &Medicine, Engineering, and Environment

Gendered Organisational Cultures and Networksin Engineering Research. Results from European Project PROMETEA

General Trends in Engineering Education Supportthe Participation of Women

Generation STEM: What Girls Say about Science,Technology, Engineering, and Math

Genetic Research and Native American CulturalIssues

Getting Apples to Converse with Oranges:Facilitating Successful Student-Faculty Communication

Getting Even: Why Women Don't Get Paid LikeMen--And What to Do About It

Getting Girls To The Lab Bench-To remaincompetitive, the U.S. must close the gender gap in science

Getting to 50/50: How Working Couples Can HaveIt All by Sharing It All

Getting Unstuck: How Dead Ends Become New Paths

Ghanaian women and the engineering profession

GirlGeeks - the source for women in computing

Girls and Science: Does a core curriculum inprimary school give cause for optimism?

Girls Entering Technology, Science, Math andResearch Training (GET SMART): A Model for Preparing Girls in Science andEngineering Disciplines

Girls Experiencing Engineering: Evolution andImpact of a Single-Gender Outreach Program

Girls in primary school science classrooms:theorising beyond dominant discourses of gender

Girls in the Middle: Working to Succeed inSchool

Girls Inc.

Girls Reaching and Demonstrating Excellence(GRADE) Camps: An Innovative Recruiting Strategy at the University of Houstonto Increase Female Representation in Engineering

Girls Rise: Raising Interest in Science andEngineering

Girls Worse at Math? No Way, Analysis Shows

Girls' and boys' developing interests in mathand science: Do parents matter?

Girls' Experience in the Classroom

Girls, robots, and science education


Giving back: Engaging young women engineers incommunity-based design

Giving Women in Science, Engineering andMathematics Support and Leadership Experience Through a Women in Science andEngineering Program at The University of Texas at El Paso

Global Circuits of Gender: Women and High-TechWork in India and the U.S.

Go With the Flow-A Student LeadershipOpportunity Intergrating K-12 Outreach, the Society of Women Engineers ServiceLearning and Peer Mentoring

Goals for Achieving Diversity in MathematicsClassrooms

Going the Distance: Best Practices andStrategies for Retaining Engineering, Engineering Technology and ComputingStudents

Going to school with Madame Curie and Mr.Einstein: gender roles in children’s science biographies

Good for Business: Making Full Use of theNation's Human Capital : the Environmental Scan : a Fact-Finding Report of theFederal Glass Ceiling Commission

Good Intentions: An Experiment in Middle SchoolSingle-Sex Science and Mathematics Classrooms with High Minority Enrollment

Graduating to a Pay Gap: The Earnings of Womenand Men One Year after College Graduation

Graduating Underrepresented African American,Latino, and American Indian Students in Science

Graduation and attrition of engineeringstudents in Greece

Graduation in Engineering Related toPersonality Type and Gender

Graduation rates, grade-point average, andchanges of major of female and minority students entering engineering

Grants and Funds from AAAS

Great Progress, Great Divide: The Need forEvolution of the Recruitment Model for Women in Engineering

Great Science for Girls (GSG)

Group and Interaction Effects with “No ChildLeft Behind”: Gender and Reading in a Poor, Appalachian District

Group Work in Science, Engineering, andMathematics

Growing the Representation of Women inLeadership: A Business Imperative IBM Microelectronics’ PowerUp Initiative

gseSpace: An Online Professional NetworkingEnvironment for the Research on Gender in Science and Engineering Community

Guide to Promising Practices in InformalInformation Technology Education for Girls

Handbook for Achieving Gender Equity

Hands-On Optics: A new model for informalscience education

Hard bargaining on the hard drive: gender biasin the music technology classroom

Harnessing the Power of Story

Harvard Business Review on Work and Life Balance

Has Feminism Changed Science?

Having the Talk: Engaging Engineering Studentsin Discussions on Gender and Inequity

Hi-tech = Guy-tech? An Exploration ofUndergraduate Students' Gendered Perceptions of Information and CommunicationTechnologies

High School Math and Science Teachers' Awarenssof Gender and Equity Issues from a Research-Based Workshop

High-Achieving Women, 2001

Higher Education: Gaps in Access andPersistence Study

Highlights From TIMSS 2011: Mathematics andScience Achievement of U.S. Fourth- and Eighth-Grade Students in anInternational Context

Hispanic Students Majoring in Science orEngineering: What Happened in Their Educational Journeys?

HIV Microbicides: Rethinking ResearchPriorities and Outcomes

Honoring Culture, Diversifying the Workforce,Strengthening Science

Household Labor and the Routine Production ofGender

Housework is an Academic Issue

How African American Middle School GirlsPosition Themselves as Mathematics and Science Learners

How Can Companies Achieve OrganizationalDiversity? Establishing Institutional Accountability (Case Study 1)

How Can Companies Attract and Retain Mid-CareerFemale Employees? Constructing On-Ramps (Case Study 1)

How Can Companies Attract and Retain Mid-CareerFemale Employees? Military Spouse Reentry Programs (Case Study 2)

How Can Companies Promote Innovation withDiverse Employees? Patenting Learning Communities (Case Study 1)

How Can I Prepare for a Computing Major?

How Can Leader-Member Relationships PromoteWomen's Retention and Advancement? Taking Stock of Leader-Member Relationships(Case Study 1)

How Can Organizations Reap the Benefits of aDiverse Workforce? Assessing the Organization's Diversity Paradigm

How Can Organizations Recruit Diverse Talent inWays that Promote Innovation and Productivity? Interview Strategies thatIdentify Functionally Diverse Perspectives (Case Study 1)

How Can Reducing Unconscious Bias IncreaseWomen's Success in IT? Avoiding Gender Bias in Recruitment/Selection Processes(Case Study 2)

How Can Reducing Unconscious Bias IncreaseWomen's Success in IT? Avoiding Unintended Gender Bias in Letters ofRecommendation (Case Study 1)

How can REUs Help Retain Female Undergraduates?Affinity Research Groups (Case Study 2)

How can REUs Help Retain Female Undergraduates?Faculty Perspectives (Case Study 1)

How Can Unbiased Software Facilitate Girls'Interest in IT? A Checklist for Evaluating Software (Case Study 1)

How Can You Re-Engineer Your UndergraduateProgram to Increase Women's Representation in Computing? Small Steps TowardSystemic Change (Case Study 1)

How Did They Fare: Women and UnderrepresentedMinority Engineering and Computer Science Students in a Five-Year Program

How do Admissions Criteria Affect Women'sRepresentation in Graduate Computing? (Case Study 1)

How Do Career Strategies, Gender, and WorkEnvironment Affect Faculty Productivity Levels in University-Based Science Centers?

How do Stereotype Threats Affect Retention?Better Approaches to Well-Intentioned, but Harmful Messages (Case Study 1)

How Do We Get More Students Interested in Math,Science & Tech Careers? (Infographic)

How Do You Introduce Computing in an EngagingWay? Meet Them Where They Are (Case Study 3)

How Do You Introduce Computing in an EngagingWay? Scalable Game Design for Middle School (Case Study 6)

How Do You Introduce Computing in an EngagingWay? Snap, Create, and Share with Scratch (Case Study 5)

How Do You Introduce Computing in an EngagingWay? Storytelling (Case Study 1)

How Do You Introduce Computing in an EngagingWay? Teaching Programming and Language Concepts Using LEGOs® (Case Study 4)

How Do You Introduce Computing in an EngagingWay? Unplugged (Case Study 2)

How do you Mentor Faculty Women? Georgia TechMentoring Program for Faculty Advancement (Case Study 1)

How Do You Mentor Technical Women at Work? SunEngineering Enrichment and Development (SEED) Program (Case Study 1)

How Do You Provide Intentional Role Modeling?Regional Celebrations of Women in Computing - R-CWIC (Case Study 1)

How do you Recruit or Retain Women throughInclusive Pedagogy? Conversational Classroom (Case Study 1)

How do you Recruit or Retain Women throughInclusive Pedagogy? Designing for Diversity (Case Study 2)

How Do You Retain Women through CollaborativeLearning? Pair Programming (Case Study 1)

How Do You Retain Women through CollaborativeLearning? Peer-Led Team Learning (Case Study 2)

How do you Support Completion of GraduateDegrees and Engender Commitment to a Research Career? Advisor as Steward of theDiscipline (Case Study 1)

How does Combating Overt Sexism Affect Women'sRetention? Assessments for Identifying Overt Sexism (Case Study 1)

How Does Engaging Curriculum Attract Studentsto Computing? Harvey Mudd College's Successful Systemic Approach (Case Study 2)

How Does Engaging Curriculum Attract Studentsto Computing? Media Computation at Georgia Tech (Case Study 1)

How Does Identity Shape the Experiences of Womenof Color Engineering Students?

How Interest in Science Negatively InfluencesPerceptions of Women

How Leaders Create and Use Networks

How Learning Works: Seven Research-BasedPrinciples for Smart Teaching

How study aids influence learning and motivationfor girls in technology education

How the Presence of Women Affects thePerformance of Design Teams in a Predominately Male Environment

How to Improve Enrollment of Women inEngineering: Lessons Learnt from the Developing World

How we measure success makes a difference:Eight-semester persistence and graduation rates for female and male engineeringstudents

How Women Perform on Individual Design ProjectsCompared to Men

Hypatia A Residential Program for FreshmanWomen in Engineering

Hypatia: A Living and Learning Community forFreshman and Sophomore Women in Engineering

I Am A Catalyst

I Just Need Someone Who Knows the Ropes:Mentoring and Female Faculty in Science and Engineering

I still wanna be an engineer! Women, educationand the engineering profession

IBM Diversity 3.0

ICT employment, over-education and gender inSpain. Do information and communication technologies improve the female laboursituation? New Technology, Work and Employment ICT employment, over-educationand gender in Spain

ICT Inclusion and Gender: Tensions inNarratives of Network Engineer Training

Identifying Determinants of Academic SelfConfidence among Science, Math, Engineering and Technology

Identifying Special Advising Needs of WomenEngineering Students.

IEEE's Women in Engineering (WIE)

If You Build It, They Will Come (and Stay):Recruiting and Retaining Women and Underrepresented Minority Students

Image Problems Deplete the Number of Women inAcademic Applicant Pools

Impact Evaluation of the U.S. Department ofEducation’s Student Mentoring Program

Impact of a Summer Mathematics and TechnologyProgram for Middle School Girls

Impact of science-technology learningenvironment characteristics on learning outcomes: pupils’ perceptions andgender differences

Implementation of a Group Mentoring Program forUndergraduate Women in Engineering

Implementing an Inclusive Curriculum for Womenin Engineering Education

Implementing Inquiry Kit Curriculum: Obstacles,Adaptations, and Practical Knowledge Development in Two Middle School ScienceTeachers

Implicit and Explicit Attitudes Toward FemaleAuthority

Improve Visibility, Impact and Stability ofWomen in Engineering and Diversity Initiatives During Fiscally Stressful Times

Improving Adolescents’ Standardized Test Performance:An Intervention to Reduce the Effects of Stereotype Threat

Improving Elementary School Girls' Attitudes,Perceptions, and Achievement in Science and Mathematics: Hindsights and NewVisions of the Sisters in Science Program as an Equity Reform Model

Improving Problem Solving with SimpleInterventions

Improving the 3-D Spatial Visualization Skillsof Women Engineering Students

Improving the Academic Environment for WomenEngineering Students Through Faculty Workshops

Improving the Graduate School Experience forWomen in Mathematics: The EDGE Program

Improving Women's and Girls' Attitudes TowardScience with Instructional Strategies

In Pursuit of Excellence and Gender Equality:Engineering Education at Kuwait University

In Reading, Dick Lags Far Behind Jane

Inclusive Spaces for Competence and Engagement:Investigating Identity and Access in the Classroom

Incorporating feminist pedagogy into theengineering learning experience

Increasing Achievement and Higher-EducationRepresentation of Under-represented Groups in Science, Technology, Engineeringand Mathematics Fields: A Review of Current K-12 Intervention Programs

Increasing Diversity in Computer Science:Acknowledging, Yet Moving Beyond, Gender

Increasing Enrollment of Minority Women inEngineering

Increasing Female Engineering Degree Attainmentin Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Departments

Increasing Female Enrollment in the IndustrialEngineering Program at the University of Minnesota Duluth

Increasing Opportunities for Low-Income Womenand Student Parents in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math at CommunityColleges

Increasing Retention of Women EngineeringStudents

Increasing the diversity of engineeringeducation - a gender analysis in a PBL context

Increasing the Enrollment of Women inEngineering

Increasing the number of African American PhDsin the sciences and engineering: A strength-based approach

Increasing the Number of Women in Engineeringat Universities and Colleges in Japan

Increasing the Success of Minority Students inScience and Technology

Increasing the Support Network of FemaleEngineering Students Through Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Activities

Increasing women graduate students in STEMfields through a focused recruitment workshop

Individual and Environmental Factors thatSignificantly Impact Short- and Long-Term Interest in Engineering

Influence of gender and computer teachingefficacy on computer acceptance among Malaysian student teachers: An extendedtechnology acceptance model

Influence of precollege experience onself-concept among community college students in science, mathematics andengineering

Influences for Selecting Engineering: Insightson Access to Social Capital from Two Case Studies


Information Technology Business AdvocacyRoundtable Report

Information Technology: How the Power of IT andthe Power of Women will Power the Future

Ingroup Bias and Self-Esteem: A Meta-Analysis

Innovate America: National InnovationInitiative Summit and Report

Innovation with Impact: Creating a Culture forScholarly and Systematic Innovation in Engineering Education

Innovations in Inclusion: The Purdue Facultyand Staff Diversity Story, 1997-2007

Innovative Technology Experiences for Studentsand Teachers (ITEST) Learning Resource Center

Insights from Vignettes: African AmericanWomen's Perceptions of Discrimination in the Science Classroom

Inspiring Girls Now in Technology Education(IGNITE)

Inspiring Girls to Pursue Careers inInformation Technology

Inspiring Leadership through EmotionalIntelligence (MOOC)

Institute for Broadening Participation (IBP)

Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP)

Institutional Barriers and Their Effects: Howcan I talk to colleagues about these issues? (Talking Points)

Institutional Barriers for Women Scientists andEngineers: What Four Years of Survey Data of National Science Foundation POWREAwardees Reveal

Institutional Ethnography: A research method toinvestigate the work-life experiences of women faculty members in STEM disciplines

Institutional Factors Contributing to Dearth ofWomen STEM Faculty: Classification and Status Matter; Location Doesn’t

Institutional Transformation and theAdvancement of Women Faculty: The Case of Academic Science and Engineering

Institutional Transformation at North DakotaState University

Institutional Transformation: Changing SharedValues to Change Behavior, or Changing Behavior to Change Shared Values?

Institutionalisation of gender and diversitymanagement in engineering education

Institutionalization, Sustainability, andRepeatability of ADVANCE for Institutional Transformation

Institutions Developing Excellence in AcademicLeadership: Regional Cooperation, Regional Progress

Instructor and Student Perspectives on aGraduate Professional Development Course: Career Issues for Women in Engineering

Instructor’s Race and Gender and FreshmanStudent Perceptions

Integrated Design Engineering Activity Series(IDEAS)

Integrating New Male and Female Junior Facultyinto the Drexel University College of Engineering

Integrating the engineering design process inthe kindergarten science classroom: Can Kindergarteners become engineers?

Integrating Undergraduate Research intoEngineering: A Communications Approach to Holistic Education

InTEL: Interactive Toolkit for EngineeringLearning Contextualizing Statics Problems to Expand and Retain Women and URMEngineers

Intending to Stay: Images of Scientists,Attitudes Toward Women, and Gender as Influences on Persistence among Scienceand Engineering Majors

Interest Enhancements to Science Experiments:Interactions with Student Gender

International Journal of Gender, Science andTechnology (GST)

International Society for Technology inEducation (ISTE)

International Technology and EngineeringEducators Association (ITEEA)

International Women's Air & Space Museum

International Women's Day-in-a-Box: RaisingAwareness, Igniting Change

Internet Surveys by Direct Mailing: AnInnovative Way of Collecting Data

Interrupting Bias in the Faculty Search Process

Intersectionality as a Framework forUnderstanding Diverse Young Women’s Interest in Engineering

Intersections Between Science & EngineeringEducation and Recruitment of Female and Native American Students

Intervention models towards more diversity inengineering education

Interventions That Affect Gender Bias inHiring: A Systematic Review

Interview with Lecia Barker: Diversity, Bias,and IT Education

Interview with Lucy Sanders: AdvancingTechnical Women

Introducing 'Stickiness' as a Versatile Metricof Engineering Persistence

Introducing engineering to young women throughnontraditional products

Introduction to Prominent Women in ChemicalEngineering: An Outreach Activity

Introduction to Science and Technology Careersand Leadership Workshops for Women and Girls

Introduction: Women, Science Education, andFeminist Theory

Inventing Women: Science, Technology, and Gender


Investigating the Gender Component: IntegratedReport

Investigating the relations of ethnicity tofemale students’ perceptions and intention to major in engineering using socialcognitive theory

Investigation of Pre-service Science Teachers'Opinions about Laboratory Practices in Relation to Gender, Grade Level, TheirHigh School Laboratory Experiences and whether They Attend Day-Time Classes orNight-Time Classes

Investigation of the Underrepresentation ofWomen in the G. R. Brown Teaching Awards at Rice University

Investigative Cases and Student Outcomes in anUpper-Division Cell and Molecular Biology Laboratory at a Minority-ServingInstitution

Investing in Human Potential: Science andEngineering at the Crossroads

In–Depth Interviews With Women Faculty &Staff in STEM at UW-Madison


Is Single Gender Schooling Viable in the PublicSector? Lessons from Californias Pilot Program. Final Report.

Is the Academic Climate Chilly? The Views ofWomen Academic Chemists

IsisHawaii: The Power of One Plus One forBringing Girls and Young Women Into the Science and Engineering Pipeline

Issues in Science and Technology (Issues)

Issues of doing gender and doing technology -Music as an innovative theme for technology education

Issues of Equity: A Synthesis of LiteratureRelevant to Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Classrooms

Issues of Gender and Personal Life for Women inAcademic Biology

ISU ADVANCE –Transformation Across theUniversity Hierarchy to Enhance Recruitment, Retention and Advancement of WomenFaculty in Engineering

ISU ADVANCE: Sustaining and InstitutionalizingEfforts to Enhance Recruitment, Retention, and Advancement of Women Faculty inEngineering

IT Business Advocacy Roundtable Discussion

It's Different for Girls: How can parentssupport the take-up of A level physics by girls?

It's Different for Girls: The influence ofschools

Japanese Women in Science and Technology

Jennifer Fever in Academic Medicine

Jobs for the boys: Research report of Set toLead

Joining WiSE Conversations: Strategies &Successes from CWSE-ON 2003-2011

Journal of Women and Minorities in Science andEngineering

Journeys of Women in Science and Engineering:No Universal Constants

Jump for the Sun II: Can a Monthly ProgramChange Girls' and Women's Attitudes About STEM?

Junior Engineering Technical Society (JETS) -Explore Engineering

K-12 and University Collaboration: A Vehicle toImprove Curriculum and Female Enrollment in Engineering and Technology

Keeping Women in the Science Pipeline

Kettering University's Bioengineering SummerProgram for High School Women

Key Barriers for Academic Institutions Seekingto Retain Female Scientists and Engineers: Family-Unfriendly Policies, LowNumbers, Stereotypes, and Harassment

Key Concepts in Science Book Set

Key Practices for Retaining Undergraduates inComputing

KIDS Afterschool

Know Your Students to Increase Diversity:Results of a Study of Community College Women and Men in Computer ScienceCourses

Lack of Gender Diversity?- Change yourRecruiting Tactics

Land of Plenty: Diversity as America’sCompetitive Edge in Science, Engineering and Technology

Large dataset offers view of math and computerself-efficacy among computer science undergraduates

Lasting Consequences of the Summer Learning Gap

Lawrence Summers News Archive

Leadership and Management in Engineering:Special Diversity Issue

Leadership in Your Midst: Tapping the HiddenStrengths of Minority Executives

Leadership Lab for Women in STEM

Leading Clever People

Leading Transformation Through Sustaining andEnhancing Effective Team Performance

Leading your Scientists and Engineers 2002


Learner Achievement and Attitudes UnderDifferent Paces of Transitioning to Independent Problem Solving

Learning from Leavers and Stayers: SurveyAssessment Findings to Enhance Women’s Retention in Engineering

Learning Professional Confidence: LinkingTeaching Practices, Students' Self-perceptions, and Gender

Learning Science in Informal Environments:People, Places, and Pursuits

Learning Science Online: A Descriptive Study ofOnline Science Courses for Teachers

Learning to See Inequity in Science

Leaving Boys Behind: Public High SchoolGraduation Rates

Leaving Engineering: Gender Differences

Leaving Engineering: Lessons from RowanUniversity's College of Engineering

Leaving Engineering: Lessons from RowanUniversity’s College of Engineering

Legislation would boost support for women inscience

Lessons I Have Learned in Three Decades ofWorking With Teachers About Girls in STEM

Lessons-Learned from “Extension Services”Grantees 2005-2009 (NSF Research on Gender in Science and Engineering Program):a national view

Level Playing Field Institute (LPFI)

Leveraging Social Network Data to SupportFaculty Mentoring: Best Practices from NJIT ADVANCE

Library and Information Science Professionalsas Community Action Researchers in an Academic Setting: Top Ten Directions toFurther Institutional Change for People of Diverse Sexual Orientations andGender Identities

Listening to Latinas: Barriers to High SchoolGraduation

Longitudinal profiles of children's conceptionsof an engineer

Longitudinal survey of female faculty inbiological and agricultural engineering

Looking to the future: women in science andengineering

Lost in Transition: Transfer Women in STEM

Lost in Translation: Gender and High SchoolComputer Science

Resource Titles (M - Z)

Machine-Learning Models of Problem SpaceNavigation: The Influence of Gender

Mainstreaming Gender Equality in Science in theEuropean Union: the 'ETAN Report'

Majoring in Computer Science: Causal Models forWomen and Men

Makers: Women in Tech

Making a difference on $10 a Day: Creating a"Women in CSE" Seminar Linked to CS1

Making a Difference: An Impact Study of BigBrothers Big Sisters

Making a Difference: How to Recruit MoreCommunity College Women and Underrepresented Minority Students Into Engineeringand Computer Science

Making assessment centres inclusive: Goodpractice from STEM employers

Making Biology Learning Relevant to Students:Integrating People, History, and Context into College Biology Teaching

Making Change: A Framework for Promoting GenderEquity in Organizations

Making Machines Talk: Formulating ResearchQuestions

Making the Connection: Timing of Taking Algebraand Future College STEM Participation

Making the Right Moves

Making the technology-intensive classgender-neutral

Male Dominance in the Classroom: Does itExplain the Gender Difference in Young Adolescents' Science Ability Perceptions?

Male Mangers' Perceptions of the Role ofMentoring in Women's Career Advancement in the Chemical Industry

Male, Female: The Evolution of human sexdifferences

Malleability in communal goals and beliefsinfluences attraction to STEM careers: Evidence for a goal congruity perspective

Mama, PhD: Women Write About Motherhood andAcademic Life

Managing Barriers and Building Supports inScience and Engineering Doctoral Programs: Conceptual Underpinnings for a NewOnline Training Program for Women

Managing Differences: the Central Challenge ofGlobal Strategy

Managing Diversity in Corporate America

Mapping international perspectives on gender inengineering education research

Mapping Leaks in the Math, Science, andTechnology Pipeline

Market Your Profession

Masculinities in organizational cultures inengineering education in Europe: results of the European Union projectWomEng

Math and Science Education and United StatesCompetitiveness: Does the Public Care?

Math and Science Success and Nonsuccess:Journeys Within the Community College

Math Camp

Math Doesn't Suck

Mathematicians, Attributional Complexity, andGender

Mathematics and Physics Faculty Conceptions ofTeaching in a First-Year Integrated Project-Based Engineering Curriculum

Mathematics Self-Efficacy, Ethnic Identity,Gender, and Career Interests Related to Mathematics and Science

Mathematics: The Nation's Report Card (NAEP)

McKinsey & Company: Women Matter

Measuring Diversity: An Evaluation Guide forSTEM Graduate School Leaders

Measuring Perceptions of the Work Environmentof Female Faculty

Measuring the Educational Benefits of Diversityin STEM Education: A Multi-Institutional Survey Analysis of Women andUnderrepresented Minorities

Mediators of Gender Differences in MathematicsCollege Entrance Test Scores: A Comparison of Spatial Skills With InternalizedBeliefs and Anxieties.

Meeting the Challenge: The Impact of theNational Science Foundation's Program for Women and Girls

Memorial Tributes

Men and Women of the Corporation

Mentoring and Networking Workshop for JuniorWomen Faculty in the Big Ten

Mentoring Early-Stage Faculty: Myths andMissing Elements

Mentoring for Academic Careers in Engineering:Proceedings of the PAESMEM/ Stanford School of Engineering Workshop

Mentoring Men of Color and Women to FacultyPositions: Results from a Faculty Survey

Mentoring Millenials: Evolving Practices forGuiding a New Generation of Women Engineers to Career Success

Mentoring Millennials: Evolving practices forguiding a new generation of women engineers to career success

Mentoring Women Students in Engineering:Lessons Learned from the Sociology of Gender

Mentoring Workshops to Support Women ResearchStudents in Science and Engineering

Mentoring-in-a-Box: Technical Women at Work

Mentoring-in-a-Box: Women Faculty in Computing

Mentoring: Making it Work

MentorNet: E-Mentoring for Women Students inEngineering and Science


Mentorship Primer

Metrics for Assessing Broadening Participationin a Title IX Context

Metrics for Measuring Broadening Participationin NSF Programs

Michelle R. Clayman Institute for GenderResearch

Microinequities: When Small Slights Lead toHuge Problems in the Workplace

Micron Foundation

Middle School-Aged Children's Attitudes towardWomen in Science, Engineering, and Technology and the Effects of Media LiteracyTraining

Minority Dissent and team innovation: Theimportance of participation in decision making

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Which is theFairest Test of All? An Examination of the Equitability of Portfolio AssessmentRelative to Standardized Tests

Mission Completed? Changing Visibility ofWomen's Colleges in England and Japan and Their Roles in Promoting GenderEquality in Science


Mixing in Math

Model Eliciting Activities: An In-class Approachto Improving Interest and Persistence of Women in Engineering

Modeling the career pathways of women STEMfaculty through oral histories and participatory research methods

Modeling the Development of Problem SolvingSkills in Chemistry with a Web-Based Tutor


Monitoring long term effects of an outreachprogram for girls

Monolith or Mosaic: Using Demographics andDetailed Surveys to Understand the Many and Varied Dimensions of First-YearFemale Engineering Students

More than a Bumper Sticker: The FactorsInfluencing Information Systems Career Choice

More Women in Science

Most Mentoring Programs Stink- But YoursDoesn’t Have To

Mother Daughter Technology Engineering Aptitude(T.E.A.)

Motherhood, the Elephant in the Laboratory:Women Scientists Speak Out

Mothers and Millenials: Career Talking Acrossthe Generations

Mothers on the Fast Track: How a New Generationcan Balance Family and Careers

Motivating Women Engineering Students throughCommunity-Based Projects

Motivation and self-regulated science learningin high-achieving students: differences related to nation, gender, andgrade-level

MOTIVATION Project Final Report: Promotingpositive images of SET in young people under gender perspective

Motivation to Learn Science: DifferencesRelated to Gender, Class Type, and Ability

Motivation Toward a Graduate Career in thePhysical Sciences: Gender Diferences and the Impact on Science CareerProductivity

Motivational Factors in STEM: Interest andAcademic Self-Concept

Moving Beyond Computer Literacy: Why schoolsshould teach computer science

Moving Beyond the "add and Stir"Approach to Increasing Diversity in the Sciences: Design and Implementation ofan Undergraduate Course Entitled Ethnic Minorities in Science

Moving Beyond the Double-Bind: WIE and MEP Programsand Serving the Needs of Women of Color in Engineering

Moving Women from School to Work in Science:Curriculum Demands/Adult Identities. And Life Transitions

Multiple Roles, Multiple Burdens: TheExperiences of Female Scientists With Children

My College Options

NASA Pennsylvania Space Grant Consortium (PSGC)

NASA's Imagine the Universe

NASA/Ames Lunar Prospector Education Resources

National Academies Press (NAP)

National Academy of Engineering (NAE)

National Center for Science and EngineeringStatistics (NCSES)

National Center for Technological Literacy(NCTL)

National Center for Women & InformationTechnology (NCWIT)

National Center for Women in TechnologyPrograms-in-a-Box (NCWIT)

National Clearinghouse on Academic Worklife(NCAW)

National Engineers Week Foundation

National Institute for Women in Trades,Technology & Science (IWITTS)

National Report on 2001 ACT Assessment Scores;Selections from the 2001 National Score Report

National Science Board (NSB)

National Science Digital Library (NSDL)

National Science Foundation's Merit ReviewCriteria: Review and Revisions

National Women's Law Center (NWLC)

Navigating a Complex Landscape to FosterGreater Faculty and Student Diversity in Higher Education

Navigating Community College Transfer inScience, Technical, Engineering, and Mathematics Fields

Navigation-related Structural Change in theHippocampi of Taxi Drivers

NCWIT Can Help with That: Academic AllianceWebinar #1 (NCWIT Resources for Recruiting and Retention)

NCWIT Can Help with That: Academic AllianceWebinar #2 (Retaining Undergraduates in Computing)

NCWIT Can Help with That: Academic AllianceWebinar #3 (K-12 Outreach)

NCWIT Scorecard: A report on the status ofwomen in information technology

NDSU Advance FORWARD: Challenges andRecommendations to Enhancing Recruitment, Retention, and Advancement of Faculty

Nerd Girls

Networking and Access to Social Capital: AReview of Research Literature on Women’s Entrepreneurship in the InformationTechnology Field

New Directions in Engineering Excellence:Building Career Awareness

New Directions in Engineering Excellence:Helping Students Succeed

New Directions in Engineering Excellence:Keeping Students Engaged

New Formulas for America's Workforce 2: Girlsin Science and Engineering

New Formulas for America's Workforce: Girls inScience and Engineering

New Ideas from the ADVANCE Community: Using aDialogical Change Process and Strategic Planning to Diversify AcademicDepartments

New Image for Computing: Report on MarketResearch

New Perspectives on Mentoring

New SAT Could Shrink Test's Gender Gap

New Study Reveals Distressing Trends inWork-Life Balance for Women and Men in STEM Fields

New Tools for America's Workforce: Girls inScience and Engineering

Nice Girls Don't Ask

NIH Director’s Pioneer Awards: Could theSelection Process Be Biased against Women?

Nobel Prize Women in Science

Non-traditional Career Preparation: Root Causes& Strategies

Nonparametric Survival Analysis of the LossRate of Undergraduate Engineering Students

Northeast Meets Northwest Women in TechnologyProject

Not All Women Leave! Reflections of a Cohort of"Stayers" in Civil Engineering

NSF 2011 Joint Annual Meeting (JAM11):Inclusive Excellence

NSF Survey of Earned Doctorates (SED) TabulationEngine

NSF: ADVANCE program

Oakland Program Aims to Pique Girls' Interestin Science, Tech Careers

Obstacles and Solutions for UnderrepresentedMinorities in Technology

Obstacles as Challenges: Retention of FemaleEngineering Students in Mexico

Occupational matching into science andtechnology jobs: gender-based differences

Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-13 Edition

Off-Ramp - or Dead End?

Off-Ramps and On-Ramps: Keeping Talented Womenon the Road to Success

Offer Computing Workshops and Camps: TheyBenefit Both Students and the Teachers Who Offer Them

Office of Science and Technology Policy

On Being A Mentor: A Guide for Higher EducationFaculty

On Belay: Peer-Mentoring and AdventureEducation for Women Faculty in Engineering

On Campus With Women (OCWW)

On Hiring Science Faculty with EducationSpecialties for Your Science (Not Education) Department

On or Off the Tenure Track: The Work Lives ofWomen Engineering and Technology Faculty

On the gender orientation of the design taskdomain: empirical study results

On the gender orientation of the product designtask

On the Market: Surviving the Academic Job Search

On the Outskirts of Engineering: LearningIdentity, Gender, and Power via Engineering Practice

On the Recruitment of Female Students to theSystems Engineering Department at the U.S. Naval Academy

One Reason Women Don’t Make It to the C-Suite

Online Evaluation Resource Library (OERL)

Online Tour: Using the WEPAN Knowledge Centerto Make Your Job Easier

Opportunities to Serve: Important from MiddleSchool to Retirement

Opting into Leadership: Finding a ParsimoniousModel

Organisational Culture and Successful WomenLeadership in Science, Engineering and Technology

Organization-Level Determinants of Women inManagement

Organizational Variations in Women Scientists'Representation in Academia

Outcomes-Based Assessment: Driving OutreachProgram Effectiveness

Outreach Initiative for Recruiting Women toEngineering: Doing a Good Deed for Girl Scouting

Outreach Teaching, Communication, andInterpersonal Skills Encourage Women and may Facilitate their Recruitment andRetention in the Engineering Curriculum

Outreach-in-a-Box: Discovering IT

Outstanding women in mechanical engineering

Overcoming Barriers: Engineering ProgramEnvironments that Support Women

Overcoming the Gender Gap: New Concepts ofStudy in Technological Areas


Pair programming in CS1: Overcoming objectionsto its adoption

Pair Programming-in-a-Box: The Power ofCollaborative Learning

Parental support for female IT career interestand choice

Parenting and Professing Balancing Family Workwith an Academic Career

Parent’s Social Support for Children’s OutdoorPhysical Activity: Do Weekdays and Weekends Matter?

Participation, Performance, and Advancement ofWomen in Academic Science and Engineering: What is at issue and why

Partnering with Teachers to Educate Girls inthe New Computer Age

Partnering with University Faculty and Studentsto Design Engineering Outreach Sessions for Middle School Students

Paving an Alternative Route: Gender Differencesin Managerial Networks

PBS Teachers: STEM Education Resource Center

Pedagogical Agents as Social Models forEngineering: The Influence of Agent Appearance on Female Choice

Pedagogical Methods for Improving Women'sParticipation and Success in Engineering Education: A Review of RecentLiterature

Pedagogical Reform and College Women'sPersistence in Mathematics

Pedagogies of Engagement: Classroom-BasedPractices

Pedatronics: robotic toys as a source to evokeyoung girls' technological interest

Peer Group Contexts of Girls' and Boys'Academic Experiences

Peer Mentoring: A New and Intentional Look atan Old Favorite

Peer-Mentoring for Untenured Women Faculty: TheLeadership Skills and Community-Building Workshop

Perceived gender differences in STEM learningin the middle school

Perceived Social Support: Ethnic and GenderDifferences in the Computing Disciplines

Perceptions of Fairness: Gender and Attitudesabout Opportunity among Scientists in Germany and the United States

Perceptions of Information Technology CareersAmong Women in Career Development Transition

Perceptions of Women's Treatment in EngineeringEducation: From the Voices of Male and Female Students

Performance in College Chemistry: A StatisticalComparison Using Gender and Jungian Personality Type

Persistence of Interest in Science, Technology,Engineering, and Mathematics: A Minority Retention Study

Persistence of Women in Engineering Careers: AQualitative Study of Current and Former Female Engineers

Perspectives of Best Practices for LearningGender-Inclusive Science: Influences of Extracurricular Science for GiftedGirls and Electrical Engineering for Women

Perspectives on "Career and Family"Alternatives for Female Engineering Faculty

Ph.D. Completion Project

Physical Science Lessons for K-12

Physics Doctorates Initial Employment

Physics for All? A Million and Counting!

Physics Trends Flyers (2012)

Pilot Study of a “Women in Engineering Seminar”That Is Responsive to Regional Attitudes

Pipeline or personal preference: women inengineering

Pipeline persistence: Examining the associationof educational experiences with earned degrees in STEM among U.S. students

Pipeline-in-a-Box: Promoting Advancement ofCS/IT Students from Two-Year to Four-Year Institutions

Pipelines and Pathways: Women of Color inUndergraduate STEM Majors and the College Experiences That Contribute toPersistence

Planning Approach for the Society of WomenEngineers Mentoring Girl Scouts

Points of View: Effective Partnerships BetweenK-12 and Higher Education

Policy Change Is Not Enough: Measuring theImpact of Work/Life Policies at a Research University

Positive Illusions, Motivations, ManagementStyle, Stereotypes, Stress, and Psychological Traits: A Review of ResearchLiterature on Women's Entrepreneurship in the Information Technology Field

Potential Impacts of Creating BiomedicalEngineering Programs on Gender Distribution within Leading Engineering Colleges

Power Relations in IT Education and Work: TheIntersectionality of Gender, Race and Class

Powering Up the Pipeline

Pre-college biomedical engineering program forgirls

Predicting Scientific Understanding ofProspective Elementary Teachers: Role of Gender, Education Level, Courses inScience, and Attitudes Toward Science and Mathematics

Predicting the Academic Engagement of Women andStudents at Historically Black Universities: A Social Cognitive Approach

Predicting Women's Interest and Choice of an ITCareer

Predicting Women’s Interest and Choice in aCareer in Information Technology: A Statistical Model

Predictors and Outcomes of Parental Involvementwith Students in High School Science Classes

Predictors of Female and Male Computer ScienceStudents' Grades

Preferences and Challenges for Female GraduateEngineering Students: A Survey Based Study

Pregnant Crash Test Dummies: RethinkingStandards and Reference Models

Pregnant Pause: Deciding when to tell your bossyou are expecting a baby

Preparedness of Engineering Freshman toInquiry-Based Learning

Preparing K-12 Students for Engineering Studiesby Improving 3-D Spatial Skills

PREPARING THE NEXT GENERATION OF STEMINNOVATORS: Identifying and Developing our Nation’s Human Capital

Prestige matters: Women’s under-representationin the most prestigious graduate programs

Principles for Best Practices: A Collection ofSuggested Procedures for Improving the Climate for Women Faculty Members inScience and Engineering Departments

Probabilities and Predictions: Modeling theDevelopment of Scientific Competence

Problem Solving in the Natural Sciences andEarly Adolescent Girls' Gender Roles and Self-Esteem a Qualitative andQuantitative Analysis From an Ecological Perspective

Problematizations of women'sunderrepresentation: Comparing educator interviews with the literature

Professional Development Panel for WomenFaculty: Pathways and Checkpoints

Professional Role Confidence and GenderedPersistence in Engineering

Professional Societies Making EngineeringOutreach Work: Good Input Results in Good Output

Professional Women and Minorities: A HumanResources Data Compendium

Profiles of Engineering and EngineeringTechnology Colleges: 2011

Profiles of Persistence Among Women inElectrical and Computer Engineering

Programmatic Efforts Affect Retention of Womenin Science and Engineering

Programming with a Purpose: An ExperimentalInvestigation on the Role Narrative Plays in Supporting Girls' Understanding ofProgramming Concepts

Programs and Practices Making a Difference: ACross-Case Analysis Identifying Programs and Factors that Influence Recruitmentand Retention of Women Engineering Students

Programs for Undergraduate Women in Science andEngineering: Issues, Problems, and Solutions

Project Exploration: 10-Year RetrospectiveProgram Evaluation Summative Report

Project Exploration

Project Implicit Bibliography

Project Implicit

Project to Assess Climate in Engineering (PACE)

Projections of Education Statistics to 2020

Promoting Gender Equity In AcademicDepartments: A Study Of Department Heads In Top-ranked Chemistry Departments

Promoting Girls' Interest in Technology throughTechnology Education: A Research Study

Promoting Institutional Change via the FacultySearch Process: Career Workshops and a National Database

Promoting Mathematical and ComputerSelf-Concept Among Female College Students: Is There a Role of Single-SexSecondary Education?

Promoting Success: Possible Factors BehindAchievement of Underrepresented Students in a Peer-Led Small-Group StemWorkshop Program

Promoting Undergraduate Studies in Science and Engineering

Promoting Women as Leaders for Engineering: TheRole of Individuals, Organizations and Professional Societies

Proper Methodologies for Psychological andSociological Studies Conducted via the Internet

Proportions of women faculty and students inthe mathematical sciences: a trend analysis by institutional group

Psychological Sense of Community (PSOC) forWomen in Engineering

Public High School Graduation andCollege-Readiness Rates: 1991-2002. Education Working Paper No. 8

Publication Success in Nature and Science isnot Gender Dependent

Putting Policy into Practice to DiversifyFaculty: Search-Recruitment-Hiring in Engineering

Quantification of Diversity in EngineeringHigher Education in the United States

Quebrando Fronteras: Trends among Latino andLatina Undergraduate Engineers

Race and gender in the labor market

Race, Ethnicity, and Culture in MentoringRelationships

Race, gender and first generation status inComputing Science, Engineering and Math persistence

Race, Gender, and Measures of Success inEngineering Education

Race, Gender, Test Length, and Missing Data:Why Estimates of Performance May Be Clouded

Race, Rigor, and Selectivity in U.S.Engineering: The History of an Occupational Color Line

Race, Sex, and Job Satisfaction in ScienceOccupations: A Focus on Asian-Americans

Racial and Ethnic Differences in Students'Selection of a Doctoral Program to Attend From Those Offering Admission: TheCase of Biomedical Sciences

Racially Diverse Women's and Men's Adjustmentto STEM Majors: Implications for Recruitment and Retention

Raising and Educating Healthy Boys: A Report onthe Growing Crisis in Boys' Education

Raising critical issues in the analysis ofgender and science in children’s literature

Raising Public Awareness of Engineering

Re-inscribing Gender Binaries: Deconstructingthe Dominant Discourse around Women’s Equality in Science, Engineering, andTechnology

Reaching All Students: A Resource for Teachingin Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

Reaching Engineering and Architecture CareerHeights: A Pre-College Program To Interest Young Women in Engineering,Architecture and Technology

Real Life Examples in Dynamics- Lesson plansand solutions

Real Life Examples in Mechanics of Solids -Lesson plans and solutions

Reasonable Expectations: Understanding theLimited Power of Title IX to Transform STEM Educational Programs

Recommendations for Building Diversity inEngineering Education

Reconfiguring the Firewall: Recruiting Women toInformation Technology across Cultures and Continents

Reconfiguring the Firewall: Recruiting Women toIT Across Continents and Cultures

Recruiting and Retaining Engineering FemaleFaculty at Utah State University

Recruiting and Retaining Women GraduateStudents in Computer Science and Engineering: Results of a Workshop Organizedby the Computing Research Association

Recruiting Female Faculty Members in Scienceand Engineering: Preliminary Evaluation of One Intervention Model

Recruiting More Women into Engineering andScience

Recruiting Women Technoblog

Recruitment and retention of females in theSTEM disciplines: The annual Girl Scout Day Camp at Baylor University

Recruitment and Retention of Women in ComputerScience & Engineering

Recruitment and Retention of Women in theComputing Sciences: Tackling the Underlying Programs

Recruitment in Engineering and TechnologyPrograms Integrating Home Schoolers, Women and International Students

Recruitment of Women and Minorities intoEngineering Technology Programs

Reducing Stereotype Threat

Reducing the Backlash Effect: Self-monitoringand Women's Promotions

Reducing the Bottleneck….Breaking the Bottle!Addressing the Recruitment of Postdocs through Best Practices of AGEP andADVANCE Horizons Programs

Reducing the Effects of Stereotype Threat onAfrican American College Students by Shaping Theories of Intelligence

Reforming science education to include girls

Relationships Between Career Aspirations andMeasures of Motivation Toward Biology and Physics, and the Influence of Gender

Reliability and Validity of FE Exam Scores forAssessment of Individual Competence, Program Accreditation, and CollegePerformance

Religion and Rationality: Quaker Women andScience Education1790–1850

Remarks by the President at the NationalAcademy of Sciences Annual Meeting

Removing Barriers: Women in Academic Science,Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

Report from the Task Force on Women in Scienceand Engineering

Report from the Trenches: ImplementingCurriculum to Promote the Participation of Women in Computer Science

Report of the Task Force on Women Faculty

Report to the National Science Board on theNational Science Foundation's Merit Review Process, Fiscal Year 2010

Reports for America's Competitiveness: HispanicParticipation in Technology Careers

Research Experiences for Women UndergraduateStudents in High-Speed Integrated Circuits

Research Methodology: Taming the CyberFrontier– Techniques for improving online surveys

Research on Household Labor: Modeling andMeasuring the Social Embeddedness of Routine Family Work

Researchers the Gender: Looking at Ways toBridge Gap in STEM Fields

Resisting Prejudice Every Day: ExploringWomen’s Assertive Responses to Anti-Black Racism, Anti-Semitism, Heterosexism,and Sexism

Resource Guide to Global Work and Family Issues

Retaining a Diverse Technical Pipeline Duringand After a Recession

Retaining tomorrow's scientists: Exploring thefactors that keep male and female college students interested in science careers

Retaining Undergraduate Women in Science,Mathematics, and Engineering

Retaining women in the US IT workforce:theorizing the influence of organizational factors

Retention and Performance of Male and FemaleEngineering Students: An Examination of Academic and Environmental Variables

Retention of Recent Women Engineering,Mathematics, and Science Graduates in the Workplace

Retention of Underrepresented College Studentsin STEM

Retention of Women and Minority EngineeringEducators: Is This Important to the Profession?

Retention of Women of Color in STEM DoctoralPrograms

Review of Gender Differences in LearningStyles: Suggestions for STEM Education

Reviewing Applicants: Research on Bias andAssumptions

Revisiting S.A.T. Essay; The Writing Section?Relax

Revitalizing the Nation's Talent Pool in STEM

Rewarding Good Citizens: The RelationshipBetween Citizenship Behavior, Gender, and Organizational Rewards

Rising Above Cognitive Errors: Guidelines forSearch, Tenure Review, and other Evaluation Committees

Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Energizingand Employing America for a Brighter Economic Future

Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Two YearsLater

Risky Business: Promises and Pitfalls ofInstitutional Transparency

Roadmaps and Rampways

Roadshow-in-a-Box: Capitalizing on Models forOutreach

Role Congruity Theory of Prejudice TowardFemale Leaders

Role Modelling as a Means of EnhancingPerformance of Nigerian Girls in Science,Technology and Mathematics Education

Role Models Matter Toolkit

Role of BHCUs as Baccalaureate-OriginInstitutions of Black S&E Doctorate Recipients

Role of community colleges in STEM education:Thoughts on implications for policy, practice, and future research

Role of Community Colleges: BroadeningParticipation Among Women and Minorities in STEM

Rolling Science Labs Bring Tools, Inspirationto Youngsters

Rudiments of Veterinary Science in the PrimaryScience Curriculum for the Nomadic Fulani in Nigeria: Building CurricularBridges for Future Crossings

Running a Great Lab: Workshops for PrincipalInvestigators

S&E Degrees: 1966-2008

Salaries of Scientists, Engineers, andTechnicians: A Summary of Salary Surveys

Sally Ride Science

Same Courses, Different Outcomes? Variations inConfidence, Experience, and Preparation in Engineering Design

SAT Scores Take Another Dip

Satisfaction of Female Faculty at PublicTwo-Year Institutions

Saturday Academy

Schematic Responses to Sexual HarassmentComplainants: The Influence of Gender and Physical Attractiveness

School and Teacher Predictors of ScienceInstruction Practices with English Language Learners in Urban Elementary Schools

Science and Engineering Degrees, byRace/Ethnicity: 1997–2006

Science and Engineering Doctorates: 2011

Science and Engineering Indicators 2008

Science and Engineering Indicators 2010

Science and Engineering Indicators 2012

Science and Engineering State Profiles: 2006–08

Science and Engineering State Profiles

Science and its 'Other': Looking underneath'woman' and 'science' for new directions in research on gender and scienceeducation

Science and Mathematics Instructional Time inan Urban Setting: Differences and Similarities Among Private and Public Schools

Science and Scientists in the Drawings ofEuropean Children

Science and Society: Time for a New Era ofScience Diplomacy

Science and women in the history of education:expanding the archive

Science Anxiety and Gender in Students TakingGeneral Education Science Courses

Science Anxiety, Science Attitudes, and Gender:Interviews from a Binational Study

Science Background and Spatial Abilities in Menand Women

Science Can Take Her Places: Encouraging YourDaughter's Interests in Science, Math, and Technology: A Guide for Parents(Grades 4-7)

Science Career Interests Among High SchoolGirls One Year After Participation in a Summer Science Program

Science Education for Women: SituatedCognition, Feminist Standpoint Theory, and the Status of Women in Science

Science Experiences Among Female Athletes:Races Makes a Difference

Science faculty’s subtle gender biases favormale students

Science for All Americans

Science in Action: How to Follow Scientists andEngineers through Society

Science Majors and Degrees among Asian AmericanStudents: Influences of Race and Sex in "Model Minority" Experiences

Science NetLinks

Science Professional: Master's Education for aCompetitive World

Science Related Degrees: Improving theRetention of Women and Minorities through Research Experience, Mentoring, andFinancial Assistance

Science Theatre Art Recreation (STAR)Education, Inc.

Science, Technology, Engineering andMathematics (STEM) Pathways: High School Science and Math Coursework andPostsecondary Degree Attainment

Science, Technology, Engineering, andMathematics (STEM) Education Issues and Legislative Options

Science360 Knowledge Network

Science: The Nation's Report Card (NAEP)

Sciencewomen: A Scientist and an Engineer beingthe change we want to see

Scientists and Engineers Statistical DataSystem (SESTAT)

SciGirls Videos


Searching for Excellence & Diversity: AGuide for Search Committee Chairs

Searching for Excellence & Diversity: AGuide for Search Committees

Searching for Excellence & Diversity: DoesTraining Faculty Search Committees Improve Hiring of Women?

Searching for Excellence & Diversity®Workshops for Faculty Search Committees

Searching for Excellence: Effective andEfficient Search Practices

Second Chance, Not Second Class: A Blueprintfor Community-College Transfer

See Jane Lead: 99 Ways for Women to Take Chargeat Work

Seeing Oneself as a Scientist: Media Influencesand Adolescent Girls' Science Career-Possible Selves

Seeking congruity between goals and roles: Anew look at why women opt out of STEM careers

Self Authorship and Women in SET (Science,Engineering, Technology)

Self Efficacy of Women Engineering Students?Three Years of Data at U.S. Institutions

Self-assessed confidence in EC-2000 outcomes: astudy of gender and ethnicity differences across institutions

Self-authorship and Women’s Career DecisionMaking

Self-efficacy Beliefs and Career Development

Self-Efficacy Beliefs, Motivation, Race, andGender in Middle School Science

Self-Efficacy in STEM

Senior Technical Women: A Profile of Success

Senior Women Scientists Overlooked andUnderstudied?

Sense of belonging among women of color inscience, technology, engineering, and math majors: Investigating thecontributions of campus racial climate perceptions and other collegeenvironments

Separate but Superior? A Review of Issues andData Bearing on Single-sex Education

Serving Up Science and Engineering (to GirlsEspecially): a Quick Briefing

Sex and Science: How Professor GenderPerptuates the Gender Gap

Sex differences and lateralization in temporallobe glucose metabolism during mathematical reasoning

Sex Differences in Cognitive Abilities

Sex Differences in Intrinsic Aptitude forMathematics and Science?

Sex Differences in Mental Test Scores,Variability, and Numbers of High-scoring Individuals

Sex Differences in SAT Scores

Sex Differences in Sickness Absence in Relationto Parental Status

Sex differences in spatial cognition,computational fluency, and arithmetical reasoning

Sex, Class, and Physical Science EducationalAttainment: Portions to to Achievement Versus Recruitment

Sexism, Hostility toward Women, and Endorsementof Beauty Ideals and Practices: Are Beauty Ideals Associated with OppressiveBeliefs?

Sexual Selection and Sex Differences inMathematical Abilities

Sheryl WuDunn: Our Century's Greatest Injustice

Similarities and Differences in Women's andMen's Publication and Citation Record Among Academic Psychologists

Single Gender Programs: Do They Make aDifference?

Sketching a Path to Better Education

Sloan Career Cornerstone Center (SCCC)

So Few Women Leaders: It's no longer a pipelineproblem, so what are the root causes?

So What Do We Do with the Poor, Non-WhiteFemale? Issues of Gender, Race, and Social Class in Mathematics and Equity

Social Network Structure and Co-Authored PapersBetween Men and Women Engineers

Social-Organizational Characteristics of Workand Publication Productivity Among Academic Scientists in Doctoral GrantingDepartments

Society Cannot Continue to Exclude Women Fromthe Fields of Science and Mathematics

Society for Neuroscience

Society of American Military Engineers (SAME)

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

Society of Women Engineers General PositionStatement on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Educationand the Need for a U.S. Technologically-Literate Workforce

Sociological Factors Influencing theOrganizational Justice Perceptions of Women in Information Technology

Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS)

Solutions to Recruit Technical Women

Some Things Never Change: Gender Segregation inHigher Education across Eight Nations and Three Decades

Sowing the Seed of Diversity: A Call toDiversify Physics through Small Social Interactions

Spaces for Change: Gender and Technology Accessin Collaborative Software Design

Spatial Working Memory and Gender Differencesin Science

Spatial-Mechanical Reasoning Skills VersusMathematics Self-Confidence as Mediators of Gender Differences on MathematicsSubtests Using Cross-National Gender-Based Items

SPAWAR Shares Science, Engineering with Leadersof Tomorrow

Speaking Out on Gender: Reflections on Women'sAdvancement in the STEM Disciplines

Special gender studies for engineering?

Special session - gender influences on the roleof persuasion in leadership

Special session - new engineering stories: Howfeminist thinking can impact engineering ethics and practice

Special session — What should a course readeron gender and engineering include? An unconference discussion

Special Session: Race and the Idea of Privilegein the Engineering Classroom

Sponsoring Women to Success

Spotlighting: Emergent Gender Bias inUndergraduate Engineering Education

Standardized Tests and Access to AmericanUniversities

Standing our Ground: A Guidebook for STEMEducators in the Post-Michigan Era

Stanford Voice & Influence Webinar Series:Creating a Level Playing Field

Stanford Voice & Influence Webinar Series:Negotiation

Stanford Voice & Influence Webinar Series:Power & Influence

Stanford Voice & Influence Webinar Series:Team Dynamics

Stanford Voice & Influence Webinar Series:The Clayman Institute for Gender Research

Starting a Women in Engineering Program

Statement of the American SociologicalAssociation Council on the Causes of Gender Differences in Science and MathCareer Achievement: Harvard’s Lawrence Summers and the Ensuing Public Debate

Statement on Principles of FamilyResponsibilities and Work

Statistics Anxiety and Science Attitudes: Age,Gender, and Ethnicity Factors

Statistics on the EMC2 Scholars’ Program at RIT

Stats in Brief: Changes in Postsecondary AwardsBelow the Bachelor’s Degree: 1997 to 2007

Staying Competitive: Patching America's LeakyPipeline in the Sciences

STEM Education (STEM Ed) Caucus

STEM Education Instrument Database

STEM Employment Forecasts and DistributionsAmong Employment Sectors

STEM Equity Pipeline Project

STEM Equity Pipeline

STEM Research and Modeling Network (SRMN)

STEM Stories

STEM Switching: Examining Departures ofUndergraduate Women in STEM Fields

Stemming the Tide: Why Women Leave Engineering

Stereotype Threat and the Intellectual TestPerformance of African Americans

Stereotype Threat and Women's Math Performance

Stereotype Threat and Women’s Performance inEngineering

Stereotype Threat by Matt McGlone

Stereotype Threat: Causes, Effects, and Remedies

Stereotype Threat: Contending and Coping withUnnerving Expectations

Stereotype Threat? Male and Female Students inAdvanced High School Courses

Stereotypes and the fragility of humancompetence, motivation, and self-concept

Stereotypes of working women: the power ofexpectations

Stigma Consciousness in the Classroom: AComparison of Pakistani Women's Motivation and Well-Being in Science andNon-Science Fields of Study

Still a Man's Labor Market: The Long-TermEarnings Gap. Institute for Women's Policy Research

Stopping the Exodus of Women in Science

Strategic Planning for Increasing Women’sParticipation in the Computing Industry

Strategic Planning for Recruiting Women intoUndergraguate Computing: High Yield in the Short Term

Strategies for Effecting Gender Equity andInstitutional Change

Strategies for Increasing Minorities in theSciences: a University of Maryland, College Park, Model

Strategy Trumps Money: Recruiting UndergraduateWomen into Computing

Stratification, School-Work Linkages andVocational Education

Structure of Black Male Students AcademicAchievement in Science

Stuck in the Shallow End: Education, Race, andComputing

Student and Course Factors PredictingSatisfaction in Undergraduate Courses at Harvard University

Student interest and persistence in science:Changes in the educational pipeline in the last decade

Student Learning and Gender

Student Organization Awards

Student Ownership: The Key to SuccessfulIntervention Programs

Students’ Preconceptions of Professors:Benefits and Barriers According to Ethnicity and Gender

Study of Faculty Worklife at the University ofWisconsin-Madison

Studying Gender and Ethnic Differences inParticipation in Math, Physical Science, and Information Technology

Success in the Classroom: Mentoring and Supportfor Female Engineering Faculty

Success in Undergraduate Engineering Programs:A Comparative Analysis by Race and Gender

Successful Programs for Undergraduate Women inScience and Engineering: Adapting versus Adopting the Institutional Environment

Successful Women Engineering Students: A SurveyAssessment to Guide Our Efforts to Boost Women's Retention

Summary and Highlights of the Handbook onDiversity and the Law: Navigating a Complex Landscape to Foster Greater Facultyand Student Diversity in Higher Education, 2nd Edition

Summary of Recent Research on Gender andHigh-tech Startups

Summer Bridge Engineering Programs for Women

Summer Industry-Based Research Interships forFemale High School Students

Summer Technology and Engineering Program: AnOutreach Program Benefitting Women Engineering Students From Middle SchoolThrough Graduate School

Supervising-in-a-Box Series

Supplemental Freshman Physics/ChemistryPrograms to Support Women in Engineering

Supporting Students' Intentions to Persist inSTEM Disciplines: The Role of Living-Learning Programs Among OtherSocial-Cognitive Factors

Supporting Young Women to Enter Engineering:Long-Term Effects of a Middle School Engineering Outreach Program for Girls

Survey-in-a-Box: Student Experience of theMajor (SEM)

Survival Analysis of Faculty Retention inScience and Engineering by Gender

Survive and Thrive: Guided Mentoring forUntenured Faculty

Surviving Engineering: From a Minority FemalePerspective

Sustaining and Enjoying a Multi-disciplinary,Multi-department, Multi-campus Research Collaboration on Women in Engineering

Sustaining Gains: Reflections on Women inScience and Technology in 20th-Century United States

SWE Internet Activities Center (IAC)

Swimming Against the Tide: African AmericanGirls and Science Education

Systematic Mentoring for New Faculty Teachersand Graduate Teaching Assistants

T-shirts and Ponytails: Women Students inEngineering Talk about Self-presentation

Tackling the Engineering Resource Shortage inthe South: How Can We Attract and Retain Women to Engineering?

Taking On the Big Boys: Or Why Feminism is Goodfor Families, Business, and the Nation

Taking Stock: Where We've Been, Where We Are,Where We're Going

Talent Management Evaluation Toolkit: AssessingSystems for Gender Biases

Talk to Me: Improving Interactions betweenEngineering Faculty and Women Engineering Students (ppt)

Talk to Me: Improving Interactions betweenEngineering Faculty and Women Engineering Students

Talking About Leaving: Why Undergraduates Leavethe Sciences

Talking to Learn: Why Biology Students Shouldbe Talking in Classrooms and How to Make It Happen

Tapping all our Talents: Women in science,technology, engineering, and mathematics: a strategy for Scotland

TeachEngineering Digital Library

Teachers and the Gender Gaps in StudentAchievement

Teachers TryScience

Teachers’ Perception of the European Scientists

Teaching Discourses: Science Teachers'Responses to the Voices of Adolescent Girls

Teaching Engineering in Single Gender MiddleSchool Classrooms

Teaching Engineering Made Easy: A FriendlyIntroduction to Engineering Activities for Middle School Teachers (2nd Edition)

Teaching Engineering Made Easy: A FriendlyIntroduction to Engineering Activities for Middle School Teachers

Teaching Gender Issues to UndergraduateEngineering Students

Teaching Innovation: Engineering 1000:Transforming Culture and Learning from Day One

Teaching Materials from NASA

Teaching Resources from the EnvironmentalProtection Agency

Teaching Science with the Social Studies ofScience for Equity

Teaching Strategis Designed to Change theUndergraduate Experience for College Women Learning Chemistry

Teaching the Majority: Breaking the GenderBarrier in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering

Team 2000: Women Engineering the Future

Teaming Backlash: Reframing Female EngineeringStudents

Tech Savvy: Educating Girls in the New ComputerAge

TechBridge: Enouraging Girls in Science,Technology and Engineering Careers

Technical to Management: Insights From TwoManagers Who Made the Transition

Technically Speaking: Why All Americans Need toKnow More About Technology

Technology and Gender Issues: Development andAssessment of a Freshman General Education Course in the College of Engineering

Technology and Women (Social & BehavioralSciences Course Content): Taught by Engineering Technology Faculty

Technology in Learning: Narrowing the GenderGap?

Technovation Challenge: Recruiting andRetaining Girls’ Interest in Computer Science Through App Inventing

Teetering on the Family Friendly Edge:Discrimination Against Mothers in Academia

Telling Stories About Engineering: GroupDynamics and Resistance to Diversity

TERC, Inc.

Thawing the Freezing Climate For Women inEngineering Education: Views from Both Sides of the Desk

The 2010 User-Friendly Handbook for ProjectEvaluation

The 21st Century Engineer-A Proposal forEngineering Education Reform

The AAUW Report: How Schools Shortchange Girls

The Academic Self-Concept of African Americanand Latina(o) Men and Women in STEM Majors

The ACT and High School GPA as Predictors ofSuccess in a Minority Engineering Program

The Ada Project

The ADVANCE Mentoring-for-Leadership LunchSeries for Women Faculty in STEM at the University of Washington

The Advancement of Women in Science andEngineering

The Alice Curriculum: Impact on Women inProgramming Courses

The Alice Project

The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur: Are SuccessfulWomen Entrepreneurs Different from Men?

The Application of Title IX to Science and Engineering

The Art of Engineering: Using Fine Arts toDiscuss the Lives of Women Faculty in Engineering

The Assessing Women in Engineering Project: AModel for Sustainable and Profitable Collaboration

The Asynchronous Learning Environment (ALN) asa gender-neutral communication environment

The Athena Factor: Reversing the Brain Drain inScience, Engineering, and Technology

The Athena Project: Its Aims, Achievements todate and Plans for the Future

The Benefits of Mentoring For EngineeringStudents

The Bold and the Brave: A History of Women inScience and Engineering

The Borderlands of Education: Latinas inEngineering

The Bottom Line: Connecting CorporatePerformance and Gender Diversity

The Brink of Change: Gender in Technology-RichCollaborative Learning Environments

The Business Case for Gender Diversity

The CalWomenTech Project: IncreasingRecruitment and Retention of Female College Students in Technology Courses

The Career Development of Women Executives inInformation Technology

The CBI First Women awards: The woman whoinvented Viagra and other female pioneers

The Center for Women's EntrepreneurialLeadership at Babson College (CWEL)

The Challenges of Leadership in the ModernWorld: Introduction to the Special Issue

The Characteristics and Experiences of MinorityFreshmen Committed to Biomedical and Behavioral Science Research Careers

The Chilly Climate: Fact or Artifact?

The Classroom Climate: A Chilly One for Women?

The Climate for Women in Academic Science: TheGood, The Bad, and the Changeable

The Coalition of Minority Engineering Societiesand The Society of Women Engineers (CEMSWE): collaborative retention effortswith INTEL

The Comeback: Seven Stories of Women Who Wentfrom Career to Family and Back Again

The Computer Expert in a Mixed-GenderedCollaborative Writing Groups

The Computer Science Pipeline in Urban HighSchools: Access to What? For Whom?

The Continued Evaluation of Voucher Impact onthe Achievement of Elementary Students in a Majority African American PublicSchool District

The contribution of office-hours-typeinteractions to female student satisfaction with the educational experience inengineering

The Culture of Open Source Computing

The Development and Consequences of StereotypeVulnerability in Adolescents

The Difference: How the Power of DiversityCreates Better Groups, Firms, Schools, and Societies

The Differential Effects of Female Only vs.Co-ed Enrichment Programs on Middle School Students’ Attitudes to Science,Mathematics and Engineering

The Division of Household Labor

The Double Bind: The Next Generation

The Double-Bind Dilemma for Women inLeadership: Damned if You Do, Doomed if You Don’t

The Dynamics of "Tokenism": HowCollege Students are Affected by the Proportion of Women in Their Majors

The Earnings Benefits of Majoring in STEMFields Among High Achieving Minority Students

The Earnings of Asian Engineers in the UnitedStates: Race, Nativity, Degree Origin and Influences of Institutional Factorson Human Capital and Earnings

The Effect of Cooperative Education on Changein Self-Efficacy among Undergraduate Students: Introducing Work Self-Efficacy

The Effect Of Female Student Participation InThe Society Of Women Engineers On Retention - A Study At Baylor University

The Effect of Gender Composition of Faculty onStudent Retention

The Effect of Gender on Support andSelf-Efficacy in Undergraduate Engineering Programs

The Effect of Gender, Socio-economic Status andSchool Location on Students Performance in Nigerian Integrated Science

The Effect of Skewed Gender Composition onStudent Participation in Undergraduate Engineering Project Teams

The Effect of Stereotype Threat onUndergraduates in An Introductory Astronomy Class

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The Engineering “Pipeline” Metaphor and theCareers of Female Deans of Engineering

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The Evidence for Discrimination: A Review ofConcepts

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The Gender Factory: The Apportionment of Workin American Households

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The Gender Similarities Hypothesis

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The Girls’ Guide to the SAT: Tips andTechniques for Closing the Gender Gap

The Glass Cliff: Evidence that Women areOver-Represented in Precarious Leadership Positions

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The Homecoming of American College Women: TheReversal of the College Gender Gap

The impact of elements of institutional cultureon the enrollment of women in engineering

The Impact of Gender on the Review of theCurriculum Vitae of Job Applicants and Tenure Candidates: A National EmpiricalStudy

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The Importance of Community in BuildingDiversity

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The Influence of Hands-On Female StudentProject Teams on the Confidence of Women Engineering Students

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The Interaction of Pedagogical Approach,Gender, Self-Regulation, and Goal Orientation Using Student Response SystemTechnology

The Issue of Gender Equity in Computer Science: What Students Say

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The Lara Phenomenon: Powerful Female Charactersin Video Games

The Laser Academy: An After-School Program toPromote Interest in Technology Careers

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The Madame Curie Complex: The Hidden History ofWomen in Science

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The Matilda Effect in Science: Awards andPrizes in the US, 1990s and 2000s

The Meaning of College in the Lives of AmericanWomen: The Past One-Hundred Years

The Measurement of Work/Life Tension: Recommendationsof a Virtual Think Tank

The Mentor-Protégé Relationship in ProfessionalPsychology: A Survey of Faculty and Student Attitudes

The Michelle R. Clayman Institute for GenderResearch, Library

The Michelle R. Clayman Institute for GenderResearch, Media Center

The Model Mentor: A Telephone Survey ofMentoring Experiences Among Women Engineering Faculty

The Myth of the Ideal Worker: Does Doing AllThe Right Things Really Get Women Ahead?

The NASA Learning Experience for ElementarySchool Girls – Offering Professional Development that Incorporates an AdvocacyModel for K-12 Educators

The National Coalition for Women & Girls inEducation (NCWGE)

The National Council for Research on Women(NCRW)

The National Women's Studies Association

The Need for Female Role Models in EngineeringEducation

The Neuroanatomy of General Intelligence: SexMatters

The new arrival minority: Perceptions of theirfirst-year tertiary programming learning environment

The New Faculty Member: Supporting andfostering professional development

The Next Step for Female Scientists

The North Carolina State University Women inScience and Engineering Program: A Community for Living and Learning

The NSF-ADVANCE Program and the Recruitment andRetention of Women Engineering Faculty at New Mexico State University

The Offshoring of Engineering: Facts, Unknowns,and Potential Implications

The Opportunity Equation: TransformingMathematics and Science Education for Citizenship and the Global Economy

The Perceived Importance of DevelopmentRelationships on Women's Undergraduates' Pursuit of Science

The Physics of Star Trek

The Power and Peril of TransformativeCommunication in Enabling Progress in Diversity

The Power of External Mentors for WomenPursuing Academic Careers in Engineering and Science: Stories of MentorNet ACEand its Protégés and Mentors

The Precursors and Products of JusticeClimates: Group Leader Antecedents and Employee Attitudinal Consequences

The Presidential Awards for Excellence inScience, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring Program (PAESMEM)

The Prevalence of Gender Stereotyping and Bias:An Overview

The Prevalence of Women in Academic LeadershipPositions, and Potential Impact on Prevalence of Women in the Professorial Ranks

The Quiet Crisis: Falling Short in ProducingAmerican Scientific and Technical Talent

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The Relations of Ethnicity to FemaleEngineering Students’ Educational Experiences and College and Career Plans inan Ethnically Diverse Learning Environment

The Relationship Between Interest in PhysicalScience/Engineering, Science Class Experiences, and Family Contexts: Variationsby Gender and Race/Ethnicity Among Secondary Students

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The Research Lab: a Chilly Place for GraduateWomen

The Right to Education for Female EngineeringStudents in Mexico. Cultural Considerations in their Retention

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The role of community colleges in educatingwomen in science and engineering

The role of gender in belonging and sense ofcommunity

The Role of Gender in Student Perceptions ofLeadership on Interdisciplinary Engineering Teams

The Role of Information in the Choice of IT asa Career

The role of learner attributes and affectdetermining the impact of agent presence

The Role of Living–Learning Programs in Women’sPlans to Attend Graduate School in STEM Fields

The Role of Mathematics Self-Efficacy in theChoice of Math-related Majors of College Women and Men: A Path Analysis

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The Role of Parent-Child Relationships inDeveloping Self-Authorship Among Korean College Females

The Role of Status in Producing DepressedEntitlement in Women's and Men's Pay Allocations

The Roles of Perceived Identity Compatibilityand Social Support for Women in a Single-Sex STEM Program at a Co-educationalUniversity

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The Science and Engineering Workforce:Realizing America's Potential

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The Science Glass Ceiling: Academic WomenScientists and the Struggle to Succeed

The Science of sex differences in science andmathematics

The Science on Women and Science

The SciGirls Seven: Proven Strategies forEngaging Girls in STEM

The Second Shift. Working Parents and theRevolution at Home

The second theme issue on gender studies inengineering and engineering education

The Secret Life of Scientists & Engineers

The Secret to a Healthy Science Pipeline Shouldbe ‘Elementary’

The Secrets to Increasing Females in Technology

The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap

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The Sponsor Effect: Breaking Through the LastGlass Ceiling

The State of Representation of Technical Womenin Industry

The State of Research on Girls & IT

The State of Social Science Research on Genderand IT Entrepreneurship: A Review of Research Literature on Women’sEntrepreneurship in the Information Technology Field

The Strategic Oversight Committee: A BestPractice for Faculty Hiring and Diversity

The Student Teacher Outreach Mentorship Program(STOMP)

The Supergirl Dilemma: Girls Grapple with theMounting Pressure of Expectations

The Talent Crisis in Science and Engineering

The Talent Imperative: Meeting America’sChallenge in Science and Engineering, ASAP

The TEAMS Leadership Institute: EncouragingWomen to Take the Road Less Traveled

The Third Shift: Managing Hard Choices in OurCareers, Homes, and Lives as Women

The Use of Hands-on Science Kits to DevelopInterest in the Engineering Program at Sweet Briar College

The Use of Program Reviews to Improve Women inEngineering Programs and Create Transformation

The View From Here: How the Freshman ExperienceLooks to Young Women at NC State University

The WIN Program- A Mentoring Program for Womenin Engineering at the University of Arkansas

The Woman Engineering Academic: AnInvestigation of Departmental and Institutional Environments

The Woman's Guide to Navigating the Ph.D. inEngineering & Science

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The Women in Science Project at Dartmouth

The Women of NASA

The Women's Industry Network at WPI: CareerMentoring for Women

The Women's Movement Against Sexual Harassment

The World Images of Science and Engineering forWomen Program (WISE Women) at Mississippi State University

The Young Women in Science Program: A Five-YearFollow-Up of an Intervention to Change Science Attitudes, Academic Behavior,and Career Aspirations

Theater as a Community-Building Strategy forWomen in Engineering: Theory and Practice

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Theories meet realities: Designing a LearningGame for Girls

Theorizing Progress: Women in Science,Engineering, and Technology in Higher Education

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Think Leader, Think Male and Female: Sex vs.Seating Arrangement as Leadership Cues

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Three University Chiefs Chide Summers on Remarks

Through the Labyrinth: The Truth About HowWomen Become Leaders

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Title IX at 35: Beyond the Headlines

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Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 20U.S.C. § 1681 et seq.

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Tracking Financial Aid and Persistence ofWomen, Minority, and Needy Students in Science, Engineering, and Mathematics

Training Scientists to Make the Right Moves: APractical Guide to Developing Programs in Scientific Management

Trajectories of Electrical Engineering andComputer Engineering Students by Race and Gender

Transformation: From Teacher-Centered toStudent-Centered Engineering Education

Transformative Outreach – The FREE (FemaleRecruits Explore Engineering) Project

Transforming the Academic Workplace: AnEvaluation of the ADVANCE Program in Colleges of Engineering

Transportation: Reconceptualizing DataCollection

Trends in Educational Equity of Girls &Women: 2004

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Turning Limited Resources into IncreasedRecruitment & Retention of Female Students in Technology Programs

Turnover Among High School Physics Teachers

Twenty First Century Women Prefer SummerScience Kamp

Twenty-Five Years of NWSA: Have We Built theTwo-Way Streets Between Women's Studies and Women in Science and Technology?

Twenty-five years of research on gender andethnic differences in math and science career choices: What have we learned?

Two Decades of Increasing Diversity More thanDoubled the Number of Minority Graduate Students in Science and Engineering

Two Executives, One Career

Two Truths and a Lie: PerformingProfessorhood/Motherhood

U.S. Women in Science and Engineering,1960-1990: Progress Toward Equity?

UC and the SAT: Predictive Validity andDifferential Impact of the SAT I and SAT II at the University of California

Uncovering Truffles: The Scarcity and Value ofWomen in STEM

Under the Microscope: A Decade of Gender EquityProjects in the Sciences

Under the Microscope: Where Women and ScienceConnect

Undergraduate Engineering - A Comparative Studyof First Year Performance in Single Gender Campuses

Undergraduate Engineering Diversity Course:Women and Men In The Engineering Workplace

Undergraduate Institutions that Foster Womenand Minority Scientists

Undergraduate Science Education: The Impact ofDifferent College Environments on the Educational Pipeline in the Sciences

Undergraduate Science Majors: GenderDifferences in Who Goes to Graduate School

Undergraduate Women Engineering TheirProfessional Identities

Undergraduate Women in Chemical Engineering:Exploring Why They Come

Undergraduate Women in Computer Science:Experience, Motivation and Culture

Undergraduate Women in Science and Engineering:Effects of Faculty, Fields, and Institutions Over Time

Undergraduate Women in Science and Engineering:Providing Academic Support

Undergraduate Women's Participation inProfessional Organizations

Underrepresentation of Women of Color in theScience Pipeline: The Construction of Science Identities

Understanding Advice Seeking Behaviors of FirstYear Engineering Women

Understanding current causes of women’sunderrepresentation in science

Understanding Gender Differences in JobDissatisfaction Among Science and Engineering Faculty

Understanding Interventions that BroadenParticipation in Research Careers 2009

Understanding Our Students: A Longitudinal-Studyof Success and Failure in Engineering With Implications for Increased Retention

Understanding The Barriers To Recruiting WomenIn Engineering And Technology Programs

Understanding the Dearth of Women in Science

Understanding the factors affecting degreecompletion of doctoral women in the science and engineering fields

Understanding the Influence of Parent Engineerson the College Major Choice of Their Daughters

Understanding the Role of Parental Support forIT Career Decision Making using the Theory of Self-authorship

Understanding the Science Experiences ofSuccessful Women of Color: Science Identity as an Analytic Lens

Understanding Women’s Persistence inEngineering Careers

Unintended Consequences: How Science ProfessorsDiscourage Women of Color

Unique Challenges for Women of Color in STEMTransferring from Community Colleges to Universities

United States Department of Labor Women's Bureau

University and Personal Factors that Hinder andAssist Women When Completing a Defree in Engineering

University of Wisconsin-Madison FacultyAttrition Study

Unlocking the Barriers to Women and Minoritiesin Computer Science and Information Systems Studies: Results from aMulti-Methodolical Study Conducted at Two Minority Serving Institutions

Unlocking the Clubhouse: Women in Computing

Unwritten Rules: What You Don’t Know Can HurtYour Career

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USA Science & Engineering Festival

Using an Extension Services Model To IncreaseGender Equity in Engineering

Using Data/Getting Results: A Practical Guidefor School Improvement in Mathematics and Science

Using Educational “Toys” to Recruit FemaleStudents into an Electrical Engineering Technology Program

Using Gender Schema Theory to Examine GenderEquity in Computing: A Preliminary Study

Using ICT to improve the gender balance inengineering education

Using Information Technology to ForgeConnections in an Extension Service Project

Using Mentors and Interdisciplinary Teams To"Genderize" Teacher Education

Using Outreach Programs to Increase Interest inComputing Majors

Using POWRE to ADVANCE: Institutional BarriersIdentified by Women Scientists and Engineers

Using Robots to Build Engineers

Using self-categorization theory to understandrelational demography-based variations in people's responsiveness toorganizational culture

Using Survival Analysis to Better UnderstandFactors that Determine Student Attrition

Using WebLabs as a Tool to Support a CulturallyDiverse Student Cohort

Utilizing an Early Arrival Program as aTransition Vehicle for First-Year Women in Engineering

Utilizing an NSF ADVANCE Grant as a Platform toAdvance all Women Faculty and Graduate Students in STEM

UVA Study Finds Gender Bias Remains on Sexes,Science

Valuing Diversity: Development of a StudentSupport Forum for Females

Variances in Coping Efficacy among Women STEMStudents: Is Gender or Discipline More Influential?

Video Games: Engineering Innovation Processes

Vilas Life Cycle Professorship Program at theUW-Madison

Visual Spatial Skills

Vital Info for Women and Under-RepresentedGraduate Students

Voice Matters: Buffering the Impact of aNegative Climate for Women in Science

Voices of Young Women in Engineering

Warming the Climate for Women in AcademicScience

Water Infrastructure: Participatory Researchand Design

Wavelet Transforms on the Letter N

Ways Women Can Hold Their Own in a Male World

WE @ UT- A Residential Recruitment Program forWomen in Engineering

WE-IMPACT- Women in Engineering - ImprovingProgram Assessment Tools for Outreach and Retention Programs

Weaving women into the science curriculum

WebCASPAR: Integrated Sciences and EngineeringResources Data System

Webinar: By the Numbers: Focusing Your RecruitmentRelationships Using ASEE's Data Mining Tool

Webinar: Graduating to a Pay Gap

Webinar: Identity: Why is it important to thinkabout how women and girls see themselves in science and engineering?

Webinar: Implicit Bias in Science: The Power ofAutomatic, Unintended Mindsets

Webinar: Mentoring Millennials: Evolvingpractices for guiding a new generation of women engineers to career success

Webinar: NSF Solicitation 13-519, BuildingCommunity & Capacity for Data-Intensive Research in the Social, Behavioraland Economic Sciences and in Education and Human Resources

Webinar: Some Here, More There: What AttractsWomen to Engineering Majors?

Webinar: Stemming the Tide: Why Women LeaveEngineering

Webinar: Stereotype Threat and the Nature andNuture of Intelligence

Webinar: Why Smart People Suffer from theImpostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It

Webinar: You Can’t Graduate Them If You Don’tAdmit Them: Using Modeling Techniques to Inform Admissions Policy

Welcome to the "Risk Zone": CooperUnion's Collaboration With Outward Bound

Welding Bird Feeders: A Comprehensive CommunityService Mini-Project for 8th Grade Students

Wellness Strategies for Women Engineers: AnInterdisciplinary Course Designed To Help Women Engineers Succeed

WEPAN 2010 Conference Proceedings - SettingSail for the Future

WEPAN 2011 Conference Proceedings - AdvancingWomen: Transforming Engineering Education

WEPAN 2012 Conference Proceedings - Getting tothe Heart of it All

WEPAN Conference Proceedings Archive (1997+)

WEPAN Digital Knowledge Center Presentation

WEPAN's Digital Women in Engineering KnowledgeCenter

What About the Boys?

What are the Important Components of TargetedRecruiting? Girls Exploring Science, Engineering, and Technology Event - GESET(Case Study 1)

What Can an Engineering Outreach Program OfferYoung Women That They Can't Find in an Engineering Curriculum at School? Fun!

What Can Coaches Do for You

What Can We Learn from Gender Research: SevenLessons for Business Research Methods

What Careers Paths do Professional Women inScience, Tech & Engineering (STEM) Take?

What Differences Make a Difference? The Promiseand Reality of Diverse Teams in Organizations

What do we Know about Managing Scientists andEngineers: A Review of Recent Literature

What Gender is Science?

What Has Driven Women Out of Computer Science

What is an Engineer? Implications of ElementarySchool Student Conceptions for Engineering Education

What Makes Electronic Mentoring Effective?MentorNet - (Case Study 1)

What Malaysian Science Teachers Need to ImproveTheir Science Instruction: A Comparison Across Gender, School Location and Areaof Specialization

What Research Tell Us, Lecia Barker

What Women Want: Female-Friendly FacultyRecruitment

What Works for Women in Undergraduate Physicsand What We Can Learn from Women's Colleges

What Works to Recruit & Retain Women, Worksfor Men, Too

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What You Don't Know and Your Boss Won't TellYou: Advice from Senior Female Executives on What You Need to Succeed

What's good for the goose may not be as goodfor the gander: the benefits of self-monitoring for men and women in taskgroups and dyadic conflicts

What’s Holding Women Back

What’s It Like for the Women? Acceptance,Inclusion, and Equity in Predominantly Male Technical Programs

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When Does Gender Trump Money? Bargaining andTime in Household Work.

When Flexibility Helps: Another Look at theAvailability of Flexible Work Arrangements and Work-Family Conflict

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When Gender is Considered: Racial EthnicMinority Students in STEM Majors

When Scientists Choose Motherhood

Where are the Women in Information Technology?

Where Have All the Tomboys Gone? Women’sAccounts of Gender in Adolescence

Where the Engineers Are

Where the Girls Are: The Facts About GenderEquity in Education

Where the Woman Are: Research Findings onGender Issues in Technology Education

Which computing majors are right for me?

White House Council on Women and Girls

Who are Physician-Scientists’ Role Models?Gender Makes a Difference

Who enrolls in electrical engineering? Aquantitative analysis of U.S.A. student trajectories

Who Gets Promoted? Gender Differences inScience and Engineering Academia

Who Invents IT? An Analysis of Women’sParticipation in Information Technology Patenting

Who Is Helped by Friendly Inclusion?: ATransformation Teaching Model

Who Succeeds in Science?: The Gender Dimension

Who Teaches Whom? Race and the Distribution ofNovice Teachers

Who wants to have a career in science or math?exploring adolescents' future aspirations by gender and race/ethnicity

Who Will Do the Science of the Future?: ASymposium on Careers of Women in Science

Who's computing? Gender and race differences inyoung adults' decisions to pursue an information technology career

Who's persisting in engineering? A comparativeanalysis of female and male Asian, Black, Hispanic, Native American and Whitestudents

Whose Knowledge? Gender, Education, Science andHistory

Why Are the Returns to Schooling Higher forWomen than for Men?

Why Aren't More Women in Science? TopResearchers Debate the Evidence

Why aren't there more women engineers?

Why Aren't There More Women in Engineering: CanWe really Do Anything?

Why Didn't I Know? Black Women Mathematiciansand Their Avenues of Exposure to the Doctorate

Why do Women Engineering and Computer ScienceUndergraduates Persist in their Major?

Why Do Women Leave the Engineering Workforce?

Why do women opt out? Sense of belonging and women'srepresentation in mathematics

Why Do Women Underperform Under StereotypeThreat? Evidence for the Role of Negative Thinking

Why don't girls choose technological studies?Adolescents' stereotypes and attitudes towards studies related to medicine orengineering

Why Not Ascription? Organizations' Employmentof Male and Female Managers

Why NOT Engineering - Perspectives of Young Womenand the Influence of the Media

Why Should Young Women Consider a Career inInformation Technology? (Talking Points)

Why So Few? Women in Science, Technology,Engineering and Mathematics

Why So Slow? The Advancement of Women

Why Women Opt Out of the Rat Race and How toCatch Up Again

Widening Paths to Success, Improving theEnvironment, and Moving Toward Lessons Learned from the Experiences of POWREand CBL Awardees

Widening the Net: National Estimates of GenderDisparities in Engineering

Wider Opportunities for Women (WoW) Blog

Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration ChangesEverything

Will they stay or will they go?

Win-Win Workplace Practices: ImprovedOrganizational Results and Improved Quality of Life

Winning the Talent War for Women: Sometimes ItTakes a Revolution

Wisconsin and Hawaii Wit Partnership toEncourage Women and Girls in Rural Areas to Pursue STEM Fields

WISE Choices? Understanding OccupationalDecision-making in a Climate of Equal Opportunities for Women in Science andTechnology

WISELI Online Library

WISELI Year 1: Advancing InstitutionalTransformation

WISELI Year 5: FORWARD with InstitutionalTransformation

WISELI Years 2-4: Building on a Legacy

WISER women: Fostering undergraduate success inscience and engineering with a residential academic program

Women "Take Care," Men "TakeCharge:" Stereotyping of U.S. Business Leaders Exposed

Women and ALANA students in STEM disciplines:Evaluation of student retention and progress towards STEM degrees

Women and Girls in Science and Engineering:Understanding the Barriers to Recruitment, Retention and Persistence across theEducational Trajectory

Women and Information Technology: Research onunderrepresentation

Women and Leadership: Preparing (Female)Students for the Leadership Challenge

Women and Men Faculty in Academic Science andEngineering: Social-Organizational Indicators and Implications

Women and Men on the Engineering Path: A Modelfor Analyses of Undergraduate Careers

Women and Minorities in Science andEngineering: A Life Sequence Analysis

Women And Minorities In Science, Technology,Engineering And Mathematics Upping the Numbers

Women and Minorities in Science, Technology,Engineering and Mathematics: Upping the Numbers

Women and Science Careers: Leaky Pipeline orGender Filter?

Women and Science: Excellence and Innovations-Gender Equality in Science

Women and the Engineering Profession: TheStereotypical Engineer

Women and the Labyrinth of Leadership

Women and the Public Library: Using Technology,Using the Library

Women and Time to Completion of an EngineeringBaccalaureate at Texas A&M University

Women and Underrepresented Minorities in the ITWorkforce

Women as the Miner's Canary in UndergraduateEngineering Education

Women Don't Ask: The High Cost of AvoidingNegotiation - and Positive Strategies for Change

Women Engineering Students and Self-Efficacy: AMulti-Year, Multi-Institution Study of Women Engineering Student Self-Efficacy

Women Engineering Students' Self-EfficacyBeliefs - The Longitudinal Picture

Women Engineering Students' Self-EfficacyBeliefs-The Longitudinal Picture

Women Engineers and the Influence of ChildhoodTechnologic Environment

Women engineers in Turkey: professionalmodernity in a traditional society

Women Engineers: Factors and Obstacles Relatedto the Pursuit of a Degree in Engineering

Women Engineers: Preparing Them For TheWorkplace

Women Graduate Students in Mathematics andPhysics: Reflections on Success

Women in Academia: Engineers Marginalized, MITReport Concludes

Women in Academic Leadership: ProfessionalStrategies, Personal Choices (Women in Academe Series)

Women in Biomedical Engineering: Current Statusand a Review of Potential Strategies for Improving Diversity

Women in Civil Engineering and Science: It'sTime for Recognition and Promotion

Women in Engineering and Technology Program atPurdue University North Central

Women in Engineering Career Day Conference: ARecruitment Tool for Massachusetts High School Girls

Women in Engineering Division of the AmericanSociety for Engineering Education (ASEE-WIED)

Women in Engineering Education in Turkey

Women in Engineering in Bangladesh and the USA:A Comparative Study

Women in engineering in Turkey - a large scalequantitative and qualitative examination

Women in Engineering Programs in the UnitedStates and Korea: Making Best Practices Even Better

Women in Engineering Scholars Program

Women in Engineering Technology: Where are they?

Women in Engineering: 2011 Literature Review

Women in Engineering: A Review of the 2003Literature

Women in Engineering: A Review of the 2004Literature

Women In Engineering: A Review of the 2005Literature

Women in Engineering: A Review of the 2006Literature

Women in Engineering: A Review of the 2007Literature

Women in Engineering: A Review of the 2008Literature

Women in Engineering: A Review of the 2009Literature

Women in Engineering: A Review of the 2013Literature

Women in Engineering: An Untapped Resource

Women in Engineering: Gender, Power, andWorkplace Culture

Women in Engineering: Pioneers and Trailblazers

Women in Engineering: Professional Life

Women in engineering: Statistical analysis ofACT data and proposed procedure to reverse trend

Women in Graduate Engineering: Is DifferentialDropout a Factor in Their Underrepresentation Among Engineering Doctorates?

Women in Health Care & BioscienceLeadership State of the Knowledge Report: Bioscience, Academic Medicine, andNursing

Women in Industrial Engineering: Stereotypes,Persistence, and Perspectives

Women in IT: The Facts

Women in Male-Dominated Career and TechnicalEducation Programs at Community Colleges: Barriers to Participation and Success

Women in Mathematics: Examining the HiddenBarriers that Gender Stereotypes can Impose

Women in Nanotechnology (WIN): A Mentoring CaseStudy for Students in Community Colleges in the Chicago Region

Women in Physics in the United States: AProgress Report

Women in physics: A tale of limits

Women in Power: Networking On & Off Campus

Women in Science & Engineering LeadershipInstitute (WISELI) at University of Wisconsin-Madison

Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Week: ACareer Exploration Program for 11th-Grade Women

Women in Science and Engineering BuildingCommunity Online

Women in Science and Engineering: Increasing TheirNumbers in the 1990s: A Statement on Policy and Strategy

Women in Science and Engineering: Theory,Practice, and Policy in Programs

Women in Science, Engineering, and Technology:Three Decades of UK Initiatives

Women in Science, Technology, Engineering &Mathematics ON THE AIR!

Women in Science, Technology, Engineering andMath (STEM)

Women in Science: A Fair Shake?

Women in Science: Career Processes and Outcomes

Women in Science: International Perspectives

Women In Science: Then and Now

Women in Science: Why So Few? Social andPsychological Influences Restrict Women's Choice and Pursuit of Careers inScience

Women in STEM Knowledge Center (WSKC)

Women in STEM: A Gender Gap to Innovation

Women in STEM

Women in Technology International (WITI)

Women in Technology Outreach Kit

Women in Technology Sharing Online (WitsOn)

Women in Technology: Attitudes, Perceptions,and Beliefs Regarding their Majors and Intended Careers

Women in Technology: Maximizing Talent,Minimizing Barriers

Women in Technology

Women in the Chemical Workforce: A WorkshopReport to the Chemical Sciences Roundtable

Women in the Labor Force: A Databook (2011Edition)

Women Matter 2012: Making the Breakthrough

Women of color in science, technology,engineering, and mathematics (STEM)

Women of Color in Technology

Women on the Margin of Engineering: Acceptableand Unacceptable Theses

Women Science Majors: What Makes a Differencein Persistence after Graduation?

Women Scientists and Engineers Employed inIndustry: Why so Few?

Women Scientists in Industry: A Winning Formulafor Companies

Women Scientists in Laboratory Culture:Perspectives from an Academic Scientist in Training

Women Speaking Up: Getting and Using Turns inWorkplace Meetings

Women STEM Faculty at Ohio State: ResourceAllocation and Department Climate

Women Swell Ranks As Middle Managers, But AreScarce at Top

Women Technology Leaders: Gender Issues inHigher Education Information Technology

Women Who Pursue Science Education: TheTeachers They Remember, the Insights They Share

Women's Career Development: Can TheoreticallyDerived Variables Predict Persistence in Engineering Majors?

Women's Employment in the Sciences in Europe

Women's Engineering Conference Focuses onLife-Work Balance

Women's experiences in the STEM communitycollege transfer pathway

Women's Participation in Science Has Increased,But Agencies Need To Do More To Ensure Compliance with Title IX

Women's Selection of Quantitative UndergraduateField of Study: Direct and Indirect Influences

Women's Ways of Knowing: The Development ofSelf, Voice, and Mind

Women, Engineering and Research: ProvidingChoice and Balance

Women, Food, and CFCs: A Technological LiteracyCourse Based On the History of Refrigeration

Women, Gender, and Technology

Women, information technology and ‘waves ofoptimism’: Australian evidence on ‘mixed-skill’ jobs

Women, Knowledge, and Reality: Explorations inFeminist Philosophy

Women, Men, and Academic Performance in Scienceand Engineering: The Gender Difference in Undergraduate Grade Point Averages

Women, Minorities and Persons with Disabilitiesin Science and Engineering: 2013

Women, Minorities Rare on Science, EngineeringFaculties

Women, Minorities, and Persons withDisabilities in Science and Engineering (NSF)

Women, research and universities: excellencewithout gender bias

Women, Science and Technology: A Reader inFeminist Science Studies

Women, Science, and Academia: GraduateEducation and Careers

Women, Science, and Myth: Gender Beliefs fromAntiquity to the Present

Women, work and Web 2.0: a case study NewTechnology, Work and Employment Women, work and Web 2.0

Women-Centric Senior Projects for Females inthe Computational Sciences Fields

Women: Support Factors and Persistence inEngineering


Women’s Health and Women’s Leadership inAcademic Medicine: Hitting the Same Glass Ceiling?

Women’s Manufacturing Workshop Series thatSupports Inclusiveness and Skill Building in Undergraduate Engineering Education

Women’s Perceptions of the Climate inEngineering Technology Programs

Work and Family Conflict in Academic Science:Patterns and Predictors Among Women and Men in Research Universities

Work and Family Researchers Network (WFRN)

Work in progress - a design guide to retainfemale (and male) students in engineering

Work in progress - A mixed-methods study of theeffects of first-year project pedagogies on the motivation, retention, andcareer plans of women in engineering

Work in progress - effect of climate andpedagogy on persistence of women in engineering programs

Work in progress - engineering students'disciplinary choices: Do race and gender matter?

Work in progress - gender and preconceptions ofundergraduate computer science

Work in progress - gender parity success in theCivil Engineering department at Kuwait University

Work in progress - providing support andleadership experiences for women at the University of Texas at El Paso througha Women in Science and Engineering program

Work in progress - reexamining the problem ofengineering persistence for African-American female students

Work in progress - the effect of engineeringmatriculation status on major selection

Work in progress - using case studies to increasethe retention of female doctoral students in STEM Fields

Work in progress - Why many smart women leaveengineering: A preliminary study of how engineering students form career goals

Work in progress - women in technology: Aninitiative to reach females in rural Wisconsin

Work In Progress – Do Women Score Lower ThanMen on Computer Engineering Exams?

Work in Progress – Taking One for the Team:Goal Orientation and Gender-Correlated Task Division

Work in progress — A practical model forachieving gender parity in undergraduate computing: Change the system, not thestudent

Work in progress — Flexibility and careeropportunity as motivation for women selecting industrial engineering majors

Work in progress — Tracking the success ofAfrican American women undergraduates majoring in engineering

Work in progress — Women in Computing HonorsCourse

Work in progress- a study of how real worldengineering experience can affect women's academic career

Work in progress: A STEM educational outreachday for young females

Work-Life Spillover and Job Satisfaction ofMarried/Partnered Faculty Members

Work-Life: Prevalence, Utilization, and Benefits

Workplace Culture that Hinders and Assists theCareer Development of Women in Information Technology

Workplace Environment is Prime Reason WomenLeave Engineering

Workplace Environments that Hinder and Assistthe Career Progression of Women in Information Technology

Workshop Classroom Border Crossings:Incorporating Feminist and Liberative Pedagogies in your CSET Classroom

World-Wide Technical Internship Program: AModel to Advance Women in a Customer Support Career

WSKC Connections Newsletter: Thought LeaderInterview Series

You Can Be Anything – Women and Technology Video

You've Come a Long Way: Data on Women DoctoralScientists and Engineers in Research Universities

Young girls’ arithmetic and spatial skills: Thedistal and proximal roles of family socioeconomics and home learning experiences

Young Women in Science: Impact of a Three-YearProgram on Knowledge of and Attitudes Toward Science

Young Women in Science

Young Women, Sports, and Science

Your Career OnRamp

Youth and Science: Engaging Adults as Advocates

Zero to 36% in Thirty Years – A History ofFemale Undergraduates at Caltech

‘Nuts and Bolts and People’: Gender-TroubledEngineering Identities

“It kind of chose me”: Agency and Influence inWomen’s Decisions to Major in Engineering

“Naming the Complexity”: Women’s Experience andthe Holistic Assessment of Technology

“Thinking inside of the box”: retention ofwomen in engineering

¿Por qué las jóvenes deberían considerar unacarrera en tecnología de la información?

Historical STEM Data

The following data contains historical metrics related to enrollment, degrees, salaries and workforce participation for STEM disciplines.

The data was collected and organized by the now-defunct Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology (CPST) in 2009 on behalf of WEPAN.

Engaging America's Intellectual Talent - The Status of Women and Minorities in Engineering

The Engaging America's Intellectual Talent presentation was developed in 2009 specifically to generate support for and informed dialogue about diversity in engineering.

History of the WSKC

The Women in STEM Knowledge Center (WSKC) began as the WEPAN Knowledge Center (WKC). The WKC officially launched in June 2009, as part of a project funded by the National Science Foundation, granted in 2007 to WEPAN. WEPAN recognized the need for a knowledge center to enable researchers and practitioners to quickly and easily locate resources important to their work without reinventing the wheel or relying on outdated information. Such information was sometimes difficult to locate—published across many diverse organizations, websites, educational institutions, and individual project sites.

Knowing that root causes of women's underrepresentation spans STEM fields, and the multi-disciplinary impact of gender in STEM issues, WEPAN leaders decided to share knowledge center information and resources with the larger STEM community.

The Women in STEM Knowledge Center was funded by grants from the Henry Luce Foundation and National Science Foundation (#0648210, 1016711). Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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