By Sue V. Rosser
This quantity examines significant matters dealing with winning girls in educational technological know-how. In doing so, Sue Rosser outlines the persisting and transferring views of girls who've accomplished seniority and remained in academia over the past fifteen years via survey facts from girls who bought POWRE awards from the NSF. a few facts means that price range cuts and an expanding reliance on expertise have impacted better schooling and exacerbated gender matters, yet before, little examine has centred at once at the lingering results of those changes.
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Pressures women face in balancing career and family; Category B. Problems faced by both men and women scientists and engineers in the current environment of tight resources which may pose particular difﬁculties for women; Category C. Issues faced by women because of their low numbers and stereotypes held by others regarding gender; Category D. More overt discrimination and harassment. The means of the percentage of responses for each of the four 1997 to 2000 cohorts is compared with the 2012 mean percentage response for that cohort.
4 again reinforce that the ﬁrst six responses represent the most frequent response. 3). Perhaps this reﬂects the growing numbers of women in STEM overall or that as women become senior they develop more national and international connections who serve as colleagues. To more clearly examine general themes, all responses in Question 1 were grouped into four categories. 5 shows the groupings of all responses to Question 1. 5 represent groupings of more similar responses that emerged from a discussion of the 16 categories and data at a national conference by 30 social scientists, scientists, and engineers whose work focuses on women and science (Rosser 1999).
Many of the women representing this directorate have other disciplinary training and could be classiﬁed in other directorates. We have chosen not to interpret the EHR responses as a result b Sciences; GEO, Geosciences Question 1: What are the most signiﬁcant issues/challenges/opportunities facing women scientists today as they plan their careers? 3 34 ACADEMIC WOMEN IN STEM FACULTY 2 REVISITING POWRE AWARDEES AFTER A DECADE: CONTINUING ISSUES . . 4 presents the frequency of the ﬁrst response for each category for Question 1 for each awardee cohort by year.