Aeronautics, Undergraduate Studies
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The results of this effort resulted in the identification of factors that can be used as a conceptual framework for establishing institutional conditions and a work environment across higher education institutions that support women’s advancement and retention in academic appointments of leadership related to STEM disciplines and workplace education. The research considers relevant literature related to current institutional strategies and predictors for women’s success and retention in STEM disciplines. Such an exploration addresses challenges of non-traditional groups, specifically gender inequity issues regarding women’s advancement in STEM.
MSU-Facility for Rare Isotope Beams Virtual Nuclear Science Seminar
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Luthi, K. (2023). The Shared Experiences of Non-Traditional Groups in Academic STEM Disciplines. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/2008