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CIRTL Network Bibliography of Publications, Presentations, Posters, and Teaching-as-Research Projects
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The Evolution of Scientific Fields in American Universities: Disciplinary Differences, Institutional Isomorphism.. In Cultural Perspectives in Higher Education. :197-212.. 2008.
Linking Evidence and Promising Practices in STEM Undergraduate Education.. National Research Council Workshop on Linking Evidence and Promising Practices in STEM Undergraduate Education.. 2008.
Reaching the second tier - Learning and teaching styles in college science education. Journal of College Science Teaching. 23:286-290.. 1993.
A longitudinal study of engineering student performance and retention. IV. Instructional methods and student responses to them. Journal of Engineering Education. 84:361-367.. 1995.
Teaching to all types: Examples from engineering education. Matters of Style, ASEE Prism. 6:18-23.. 1996.
The research lab: A chilly place for graduate women. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. 8:85-98.. 2002.
Gender issues related to graduate student attrition in two science departments. International Journal of Science Education. 25:969-989(921).. 2003.
The women in applied science and engineering summer bridge program: Easing the transition for first-time female engineering students. Frontiers in Education Conference.. 2001.
Women in science reach for the stars at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. On Campus With Women. 34. 2005.
Thawing out the "chilly climate": Inclusive teaching in science, technology, engineering and math. To Improve the Academy: Resources for Faculty, Instructional, and Organizational Development, Volume 26. 26:133-141.. 2007.
Building an effective computer science student organization: the Carnegie Mellon women@SCS action plan.. ACM SIGCSE Bulletin. 34:74-78.. 2002.