One widely accepted method for increasing the chances of success of female engineering and science students and faculty alike is to provide access to female role models and mentors. In this article we offer to new female faculty, and to those who would mentor them, an annotated list of text and electronic resources that address most of the most important challenges facing new female faculty in science and engineering.
S. L. Murray et al., "A Mentoring Guide for Female Faculty in Engineering," Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference (1998, Seattle, WA), American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), Jan 1998.
ASEE Annual Conference (1998: Jun. 28-Jul. 1; Seattle, WA)
Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
English and Technical Communication
Keywords and Phrases
Curricula; Engineers; Professional aspects; Students; Female faculty; Mentoring; Engineering education
International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)
Article - Conference proceedings
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