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Attracting and Retaining Women in STEM: New Directions for Institutional Research, Number 152
Underrepresentation of women in science, technology, engineeringand mathematics fields is a problem that has persisted over thepast three decades and is most severe at the highest levels of theSTEM career path. Although national attention has been directedtoward increasing the presence of women in STEM, women continue toleave at critical junctures in STEM training and careers at ahigher rate than men. This volume of New Directions forInstitutional Research takes a comprehensive look at the status ofwomen in STEM and considers related factors, theoreticalperspectives, and innovative tools that have the potential to helpscholars understand, study, and improve the experiences of women inSTEM fields.
This is the 152nd volume of New Directions forInstitutional Research. Always timely and comprehensive,New Directions for Institutional Research providesplanners and administrators in all types of academic institutionswith guidelines in such areas as resource coordination, informationanalysis, program evaluation, and institutional management.