The equity equation: fostering the advancement of women in the sciences, mathematics, and engineering
"The Equity Equation deals candidly, thoroughly, and objectively with issues for women in science, engineering, and mathematics?This much-needed study not only investigates the institutional causes of gAnder inequity, but lays out the research, policy, and programs needed to change the status quo."
-- James Duderstadt, president, University of Michigan and former member, National Science Board
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Policies to Promote Women in Science
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Developing Scientific Talent in
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Program and Curricular Interventions
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