Recruiting women into engineering graduate programs

Mary Aleta White, Stephanie Blaisdell, Mary Anderson-Rowland

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Abstract

The National Science Foundation-funded Women in Engineering Scholars program is designed to encourage more women to pursue graduate school in engineering. The program is administered through the Women in Applied Science and Engineering Program at Arizona State University and it includes strong industry participation. The program is based on the theory of self-efficacy or one's belief about how well she or he can perform a given task or behavior, this includes providing the students with opportunities to experience performance accomplishments, encouragement, and support.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings - Frontiers in Education Conference
PublisherIEEE
Pages216-219
Number of pages4
Volume1
StatePublished - 1998
EventProceedings of the 1998 28th Annual Frontiers in Education Conference, FIE. Part 3 (of 3) - Tempe, AZ, USA
Duration: Nov 4 1998Nov 7 1998

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OtherProceedings of the 1998 28th Annual Frontiers in Education Conference, FIE. Part 3 (of 3)
CityTempe, AZ, USA
Period11/4/9811/7/98

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  • Engineering(all)
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

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White, M. A., Blaisdell, S., & Anderson-Rowland, M. (1998). Recruiting women into engineering graduate programs. In Proceedings - Frontiers in Education Conference (Vol. 1, pp. 216-219). IEEE.

Recruiting women into engineering graduate programs. / White, Mary Aleta; Blaisdell, Stephanie; Anderson-Rowland, Mary.

Proceedings - Frontiers in Education Conference. Vol. 1 IEEE, 1998. p. 216-219.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

White, MA, Blaisdell, S & Anderson-Rowland, M 1998, Recruiting women into engineering graduate programs. in Proceedings - Frontiers in Education Conference. vol. 1, IEEE, pp. 216-219, Proceedings of the 1998 28th Annual Frontiers in Education Conference, FIE. Part 3 (of 3), Tempe, AZ, USA, 11/4/98.
White MA, Blaisdell S, Anderson-Rowland M. Recruiting women into engineering graduate programs. In Proceedings - Frontiers in Education Conference. Vol. 1. IEEE. 1998. p. 216-219
White, Mary Aleta ; Blaisdell, Stephanie ; Anderson-Rowland, Mary. / Recruiting women into engineering graduate programs. Proceedings - Frontiers in Education Conference. Vol. 1 IEEE, 1998. pp. 216-219
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