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Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering

Aims and Scope

Designed as a unique and much-needed resource for educators, managers, and policymakers, the Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering publishes original, peer-reviewed papers that report innovative ideas and programs for classroom teachers, scientific studies, and formulation of concepts related to the education, recruitment, and retention of under-represented groups in science and engineering. Discipline-specific issues related to women and minorities are consolidated to address the entire educational environment from K through post-graduate and on to continuing education. Included are explorations of feminist teaching methods, black student/white teacher interactions, cultural phenomena that affect classroom climate, and new questions to ask of science. The journal includes pertinent book reviews and "reports from the field" by women and men of color in academe, business, industry, and federal and state agencies.



ISSN: 1072-8325




Most Downloaded Articles

INCREASING THE REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN FACULTY IN STEM DEPARTMENTS: WHAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE?
Abigail J. Stewart, Janet E. Malley, Keith A. Herzog

DIFFERENCES IN SELF-EFFICACY AMONG WOMEN AND MINORITIES IN STEM
Denise M. Wilson, Rebecca Bates, Elaine P. Scott, Sarah Marie Painter, Jamie Shaffer

"RESPECT ME FOR MY SCIENCE": A BOURDIEUIAN ANALYSIS OF WOMEN SCIENTISTS' INTERACTIONS WITH FACULTY AND SOCIALIZATION INTO SCIENCE
Kimberly Griffin, Kenneth D. Gibbs, Jr., Jessica Bennett, Candice Staples, Tykeia Robinson

STARTING AT THE CROSSROADS: INTERSECTIONAL APPROACHES TO INSTITUTIONALLY SUPPORTING UNDERREPRESENTED MINORITY WOMEN STEM FACULTY
Mary A. Armstrong, Jasna Jovanovic

WHO'S PERSISTING IN ENGINEERING? A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FEMALE AND MALE ASIAN, BLACK, HISPANIC, NATIVE AMERICAN, AND WHITE STUDENTS
Susan M. Lord, Michelle Madsen Camacho, Richard A. Layton, Russell A. Long, Matthew W. Ohland, Mara H. Wasburn

INTERSECTIONALITY AS A FRAMEWORK FOR UNDERSTANDING DIVERSE YOUNG WOMEN'S COMMITMENT TO ENGINEERING
Monica J. Bruning, Jill Bystydzienski, Margaret Eisenhart