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A Debate on Encouraging Women in Science & Engineering
Among students, teachers, and practitioners of science and engineering in Canada, women are often in the minority. Approximately 22% of undergraduate students and about 5% of faculty in Engineering are women. In...
Gender Differences in the Careers of Academic Scientists and Engineers
The typical postsecondary academic career follows a well-ordered path with several discrete milestones. The first of these is securing a tenure-track position at an academic institution, at which point the individual is...
Diversity in Engineering
This article is a revised version of a talk the author gave 4 October during the 1998 National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Annual Meeting discussing diversity issues in engineering, in terms of both underrepresented...
Freshman Orientation Activity
The purpose of this paper is to discuss the experience and positive results in this year's freshmen orientation at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Before classes started in the fall freshman in Electrical,...
The Quiet Crisis: Falling Short in Producing American Scientific and Technical Talent
This paper from Shirley Jackson of Building Engineering & Science Talent highlights the lack of technical and scientific talent being produced in the U.S. There is a quiet crisis building in the United States; a crisis...
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