From time to time, it is necessary to alert the research and policy communities to opportunities for action in areas of mutual concern. One such area is the participation and utilization of women in science and engineering in the United States.
This book explores the underparticipation of women in these fields and presents a strategic plan to bring qualified women into such careers as researchers, teachers, and practitioners of science and engineering.
Table of Contents
|2. The Science and Engineering Education Infrastructure||29-50|
|3. Effectiveness of Intervention Models||51-70|
|4. Career Patterns||71-90|
|5. Measurement for Scientific and Engineering Human Resources||91-104|
|6. Strategic Plan for Increasing the Numbers of Women in Science and Engineering||105-114|
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