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Alice co-edited a book on Engineering and Social Justice!

Caroline Baille, Alice Pawley and Donna Riley co-edited a book of an exciting set of innovative and original work on engineering and social justice, called Engineering and Social Justice: In the University and Beyond.  You can get a copy of the … Continue reading

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Alice has co-authored paper in special anniversary issue of Journal of SWE!

Alice’s co-authored paper with Karen Tonso is now out electronically. Read it online or print it to pdf here. What? You never heard of the Journal of the Society of Women Engineers? Well, it began in 1951, had 4 issues, … Continue reading

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Alice in the news

Alice has had the good fortune to be mentioned in two recent posts online – this Inside Science article about the new more family-friendly NSF policies, and this post by new colleague and SciAm blogger Kate Clancy, whom Alice met … Continue reading

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Canek presents at SROP/BRIDGE

RIFE group member Canek Phillips presented his preliminary work on revising his NSF graduate research fellowship proposal at the final presentation day for the Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP) associated with AGEP-BRIDGE. See his presentation here. (Coming soon.)

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Marisol presents at the 12th Sakyadhita International Conference

I presented a paper and gave a workshop at the 12th Sakyadhita International Conference on Buddhist Women, Bangkok, Thailand. Both works are related to my future dissertation work, my career path, and my NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. It was a … Continue reading

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New group members Corey Schimpf and Canek Phillips

We are so pleased to welcome two new researchers to RIFE. Corey Schimpf is a second-year engineering education graduate student with a background in sociology who joined the group in May. Corey has been working on the Gender and JEE … Continue reading

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Research updates on gender & STEM research

One of the things our research group (particularly Dina) pulls together regularly is a set of research updates of peer-reviewed or otherwise important research that comes out on gender and STEM (writ broadly). We post these at our ADVANCE Purdue … Continue reading

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IEECI-ASK presented at FIE conference

Alice presented some preliminary results on our Assessing Sustainability Knowledge project at the recent Frontiers in Education conference. Ranjani is the lead author on this paper. See the slides here. 2010 FIE Work in Progress: Development of a framework to … Continue reading

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Good response to FIE special session

We had a great crowd for our special session at the Frontiers in Education conference, where we talked together in unconferenced fashion about what a reader in gender and engineering should look like.  Slides are available here.  Thanks to all … Continue reading

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Feminist research in engineering education: practice as an academic

The Research in Feminist Engineering research group is a group of diverse researchers who use feminist theory and methods to study engineering education. Our collective job is to think creatively about gender and engineering education, and to think about, write, … Continue reading

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