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education graphic Many Top U.S. Scientists Wish They Had More Children
Released August 8, 2011
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education graphic NSF Hosts "Think Tank" to Promote STEM Education for Veterans
Released July 21, 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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Kinesha Harris Princeton Builds Research Ties With Historically Black Universities
Released August 23, 2010
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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 J. Craig Venter. J. Craig Venter Is Keynote Speaker at National Science Foundation Conference
Released June 4, 2009
Media Advisory
education graphic Workshop Seeks to Lure Women Researchers From Industry to Academia
Released April 21, 2009
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Photo of students in chemistry lab. Radio Series on Women in Science Wins Gracie Award
Released March 12, 2009
Press Release
education graphic Education Practices Influence Women Engineer Shortage, MU Study Finds
Released December 29, 2008
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Photo of Alfred W. Wilson. Alfred Wilson Named HealthierFed Leader by U.S. Office of Personnel Management
Released August 19, 2008
Press Release
Andy Van Schaack and the smartpen New Smartpen and Paper to Help Teach Blind College Students
Released December 3, 2007
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Award winners at White House ceremony President Honors Mentors of Scientists and Engineers
Released November 19, 2007
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Student looks into microscope as other students in lab look on. Program Provides Blueprint for Recruiting Minorities to Science and Engineering
Released September 26, 2007
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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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PAESMEM 2005 Group Photo President Honors Excellence in Mentoring
Released November 16, 2005
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Group of 19 people in two rows, one seated and the other standing President Bush Honors Excellence in Mentoring
Released May 16, 2005
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2003 PAESMEM recipients President Bush Honors Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring
Released May 6, 2004
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