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View Resource L'Oreal's Women in Science Booklet

This booklet, created by Science Magazine in partnership with the L'Oréal Corporate Foundation, brings to the reader a collection of truly inspirational stories from women in all walks of life whose common passion is science. Not all are famous, but they are all successful in their own right, whether it be receiving awards, juggling both a job and a family, or fighting discrimination or cultural ...

View Resource Engineering Education

The Engineering Education Service Center strives to provide information resources to promote, guide, and stimulate interest in engineering and technology. In addition, they seek to diversify the types of engineers in society by exposing large numbers of students to the capacity they will have to benefit society. They also encourage girls and women to become involved in engineering.

View Resource Technology Websites for Girls and Young Women

This website is to help parents and teachers get girls interested in engineering and technology. It has a list of recommended activities, readings, websites, and much more. The content is appropriate for various ages and includes many interdisciplinary topics, such as biographies of women working for NASA and opportunities for girls in STEM education.

View Resource Girls Get IT

Vision: To create a network in Florida that offers girls and young women exciting opportunities to connect and explore the worlds of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math that lead to rewarding careers and better their lives. What is Girls Get IT? Florida Girls Get IT is a partnership between Cisco Systems, Inc., the Florida Community College System and the Florida Distance Learning...

View Resource Coping with Mathematics Anxiety: Guidelines for College Students and Faculty

This webpage features a report from Fred Peskoff titled: "The Relationship Between Gender, Mathematics Anxiety, and Coping Strategies in College Students." The report, and accompanying survey which was used in the study, analyze the relationship between coping strategies and students' level of math anxiety, course enrollment and gender. The study finds that low mathematics anxiety students tend...

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