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Diversifying STEM: Student Success and Community College Transfer in Engineering and Computer Science

Community college students are often excluded from conversations surrounding broadening participation in STEM, particularly in the fields of engineering and computer science (ECS). The Society of Women Engineers is conducting a phased research study of ECS transfer students to understand the success of women and minority students on this pathway towards a baccalaureate degree. The

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Engineering Messaging to Tween Girls: A Review of the Literature

This report was developed for the National Science Foundation. The primary focus of the literature review was on available research on the effectiveness of messaging on increasing interest and awareness of engineering as a desirable profession, specifically among girls in the age range of 8-13 years old (“tweens”). The report includes a sample listing of

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An Examination of Bias in the Engineering Workplace in India

In partnership with the Center for WorkLife Law at the University of California, Hastings College of Law, SWE explored bias reported by engineers in India. Almost 700 engineers completed a customized online survey developed to identify the existence of bias patterns in the engineering workplace. The results suggest that both men and women engineers in

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