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Solving the Equation for Women in Engineering and Tech
Why are there so few women in engineering and computing, and what can we do about it? It’s clear that stereotypes and biases are a huge part of the problem, but the good news is that there are lots of things we can do. The stories in this issue of Outlook are all inspired by how we can change the face of these fields: by learning the facts, getting the skills, knowing our history, and scrutinizing our methods.
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Engineering and Computing’s Gender Crisis
Women have made huge strides in science, so why are they still so rare in two of the most lucrative and in-demand STEM jobs?
Coding the Future
Will smartphone apps change the world? Our Tech Trek campers say yes.
Setting the Record Straight: Women in STEM History
Women were essential to building engineering and computing into what they are today. Here’s the untold story.
STEM programs often use “geek” pride or “sparkle” science to recruit girls and women. But do these approaches do more harm than good? Read more »
Also in this Issue
- The AAUW Coeur d’Alene (ID) Branch hosts a spectacular spelling bee for adults to raise scholarship funds.
- Students from the Penn State AAUW student organization host a women’s empowerment week to register voters and raise awareness about issues such as the gender pay gap.
- The AAUW Legal Advocacy Fund supports a unique case about Title IX’s role in helping campus professionals who are trying to protect students.
- We review a book about the untold herstory of science.
Outlook on the Web
|Bitch magazine is as excited as we are about the amazing stereotype-fighting AAUW Campus Action project from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.|
|How do we solve the equation for engineering and tech? Add women!|