Career Advancement of Women in Engineering Disciplines at Two-Year Degree Institutions: Documenting Challenges and Potential Solutions to Raise Inclusivity
Institutions of higher education that offer two-year degrees have student-centered missions with support structures to address the unique needs of a diverse student body . Many two-year degree institution types are open access and have institutional priorities focused on increasing diversity and inclusive practices among both the students and faculty . Although the inclusion of women traditionally underrepresented in STEM disciplines in higher education settings is a national concern, the advancement of women at institutions that offer support networks and institutional practices such as two-year degree institutions contribute to women’s advancement and diversity in the talent pipeline. This research study investigates systemic approaches at two year degree offering institutions that have led to the progression of women in STEM fields and the inclusion of women in academic leadership positions in higher education with the authority to promote gender equity practices at their institution , , . Institutional commitments related to achieving goals to increase diversity in STEM require systematic changes in departmental policies and processes to increase STEM participation , .
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Luthi, K. (2022). Career Advancement of Women in Engineering Disciplines at Two-Year Degree Institutions: Documenting Challenges and Potential Solutions to Raise Inclusivity. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/1931