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Research on Gender in Science and Engineering FY 2010 - News

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Elaine Howard Ecklund Gender Discrimination a Reason Why Females Choose Careers Outside the Hard Sciences
Released October 19, 2012
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education graphic Many Top U.S. Scientists Wish They Had More Children
Released August 8, 2011
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image of a group of girls TPT National Productions Wins Daytime Emmy For PBS Series "SciGirls"
Released June 20, 2011
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Romila Singh (left) and Nadya Fouad UWM Study Finds Work Climate the Main Reason Women Leave Engineering
Released March 10, 2011
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Anne Lincoln Gender Gap: Selection Bias Snubs Scholarly Achievements of Female Scientists
Released February 17, 2011
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Elaine Ecklund Rice Sociologist Finds Male Scientists Regret Parenthood Decisions More Than Female Counterparts
Released August 19, 2010
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AITES t-shirt Virginia Tech Researchers Engage Communities to Support Women in IT Careers
Released February 24, 2010
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Jennifer Schmidt Girls 'Disengage' From High-school Science
Released November 17, 2009
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Photo of students in chemistry lab. Radio Series on Women in Science Wins Gracie Award
Released March 12, 2009
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A male student and two female students gather by microscope in science lab. Back to School: Five Myths about Girls and Science
Released August 27, 2007
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