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Patching the leaky pipeline: Keeping first-year college women interested in science. Journal of College Science Teaching. 32:102-108.. 2002.
African women pursuing graduate studies in the sciences: Racism, gender bias, and third world marginality. NWSA Journal. 16:116-135.. 2004.
From professional lives to inclusive practice: Science teachers and scientists' views of gender and ethnicity in science education.. Journal of Research in Science Teaching. 37:511-547.. 2000.
Telling stories about engineering: Group dynamics and resistance to diversity. NWSA Journal. 16:79.. 2004.
Taking stock: Where we've been, where we are, where we're going.. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. 8:225-284.. 2002.
Recruitment and retention of women graduate students in computer science and engineering.. Status of Women in Computing.. 2000.
Exposure to scientific theories affects women's math performance. Science. 314:435.. 2006.
Self-concept of ability as a predictor of academic success among urban technical college students. The Social Science Journal. 42:295-300.. 2005.
Engineering difference: Discourses on gender, sexuality and work in a college of technology. Gender and Education. 10:35-49.. 1998.
Perceived gender interaction and course confidence among undergraduate science, mathematics, and technology majors.. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. 6:155-167.. 2000.
Teacher communication patterns as related to the race and sex of the student. Journal of Educational Research. 78. 1985.
The representation of people of color in undergraduate general chemistry textbooks. Journal of Chemical Education. 84:342-345.. 2007.
Teachers' beliefs and gender differences in mathematics: A review. Educational Research. 41:63-76.. 1999.
To Prove-Them-Wrong Syndrome: Voices from unheard African-American males in engineering disciplines. The Journal of Men's Studies. 12:61-74.. 2003.
Communication. 2004. 2003.
Getting there is only half the battle: Stigma consciousness and maintaining diversity in higher education. Journal of Social Issues. 61:481-506.. 2005.
Group work in science, engineering, and mathematics: Consequences of ignoring gender and race. College Teaching. 46:82-88.. 1998.
Can we talk? Using critical self-reflection and dialogue to build diversity and change organizational culture in nursing schools Journal of Cultural Diversity. 13:141-145.. 2006.
They're not dumb. They're different. A new "tier of talent" for science.. Change. 22:11-30.. 1990.
Understanding, communication anxiety, and gender in physics: Taking the fear out of physics learning. Journal of College Science Teaching. 30:232-237.. 2001.
No quick fixes: Adding content about women to ecology course materials. Psychology of Women Quarterly. 31:96-102.. 2007.
Do scientists help people? Beliefs about scientists and the influence of prosocial context on girls' attitudes towards physics Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. 10:393-399.. 2004.