Turning Limited Resources into Increased Recruitment & Retention of Female Students in Technology Programs
Presented at the 2011 ASEE Conference, this paper shares the CalWomenTech Project model and strategies -- many requiring minimal costs and time commitments -- that resulted in increases of female students in technology...
In this 17 page article from the International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology, researchers analyzed data from 140 Latina and Caucasian girls in a California middle school during the first day of an...
Five years after introducing three key recruitment and retention strategies, women now make up around 42% of Harvey Mudd College?s computer science program. In this Google Tech Talk video, Christine Alvarado shares t...
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