The University of Wisconsin Press
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Women, Science, and Collaborative Transformations
Edited by Cheryl Ney, Jacqueline Ross, and Laura Stempel
A blueprint for attracting women and minorities to careers in science
Flickering Clusters documents an innovative project designed to attract and retain women and minority students in science, mathematics, and engineering. The insightful, inspiring essays discuss the development and implementation of the collaborative Women and Science Project, which aimed to improve undergraduate science education by increasing faculty expertise in gender and science scholarship and pedagogy; providing role models of professional women scientists; improving the classroom and campus climate; and creating "science communities."
Distributed for the Women's Studies Consortium of the University of Wisconsin System.
240 pp. (est.) 6 x 9
Paper $16.95 s
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