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CIRTL Network Bibliography of Publications, Presentations, Posters, and Teaching-as-Research Projects
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Work in progress – Inter-disciplinary, online approach to learning about teaching. Frontiers in Education Conference.. 2007.
Work in progress - A first-year Introduction-to-Engineering course on society’s engineering grand challenges. 38th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference.. 2008.
Women in science reach for the stars at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. On Campus With Women. 34. 2005.
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 and the crossroads of science: Thoughts on policy, research, and evaluation. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. 8:395-408.. 2002.
Women and minorities in computer science: where are they? No attention: No retention The Journal of Computing in Small Colleges. 17. 2002.
Who is helped by friendly inclusion? A transformation teaching model Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. 1:175-192.. 1994.
What works? Increasing the participation of women in undergraduate physics Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. 9:239-258.. 2003.
What works for women in undergraduate physics? Physics Today. 56:46-51.. 2003.
Wanted: The retention of female graduate students. Diverse Issues in Higher Education. 23:12-13.. 2006.