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A Plea for Spatial Literacy
This report from Nora Newcombe, which originally appeared in the Chronicle of Higher Education, looks at the importance of spatial reasoning. The author makes the argument that education in the United States should...
The WISE Summer Bridge Program: Assessing Student Attrition, Retention, and Program Effectiveness
This paper describes the Women in Applied Science and Engineering (WISE) Summer Bridge Program at Arizona State University. The program is designed to prepare incoming female students for the transition from high...
K-12 and University Collaboration: A Vehicle to Improve Curriculum and Female Enrollment in Engineering and Technology
This paper describes the collaboration of Amherst Regional High School with faculty at the University of Massachusetts and Hampshire College to address the engineering and technology curricula. Plans to recruit and...
Gender Differences in Spatial Reasoning Skills and their Effects on Success and Retention in Engineering Programs
This presentation from Sheryl A. Sorby of Michigan Technological University discusses gender differences in spatial reasoning skills, and the effects of these differences on success and retention in engineering...
The Effects of a Four Week Summer Bridge Program
This paper describes the results of the pre and post mathematics test administered to student participants of the 2001 Summer Bride Program at the University of New Mexico. This program was sponsored by the Minority...
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