The following were references used for our women in science project: 

Baker, B. (2011). Having a Life in Science. Bioscience, 61(6), 429-433. doi:10.1525/bio.2011.61.6.4

Lane, K., Goh, J., & Driver-Linn, E. (2012). Implicit Science Stereotypes Mediate the Relationship between Gender and Academic Participation. Sex Roles, 66(3/4), 220-234. doi:10.1007/s11199-011-0036-z

Lincoln, A. E., Pincus, S., Koster, J., & Leboy, P. S. (2012). The Matilda Effect in science: Awards and prizes in the US, 1990s and 2000s. Social Studies Of Science (Sage Publications, Ltd.), 42(2), 307-320. doi:10.1177/0306312711435830

Mandell, Nancy (3rd ed.). (2010). Feminist Issues: Race, Class, and Sexuality. Toronto: Pearson Canada.

McGuire, K. L., Primack, R. B., & Losos, E. C. (2012). Dramatic Improvements andPersistent Challenges for Women Ecologists. Bioscience, 62(2), 189-196. doi:10.1525/bio.2012.62.2.12

McDonald, T., Toussaint, L., & Schweiger, J. (2004). The Influence of Social Status onToken Women Leaders’ Expectations About Leading Male-Dominated Groups Sex Roles, 50(5/6), 401-409.

Milgram, D. (2011). How to Recruit Women and Girls to the Science, Technology,Engineering, and Math (STEM) Classroom. Technology & Engineering Teacher,71(3), 4-11.

National Institute For Women in Trades, Technology and Science. (2012). Our Mission.Retrieved July 24 from

Shapiro, J., & Williams, A. (2012). The Role of Stereotype Threats in Undermining Girls’and Women’s Performance and Interest in STEM Fields. Sex Roles, 66(3/4), 175-183. doi:10.1007/s11199-011-0051-0

Sonnert, G., & Fox, M. (2012). Women, Men, and Academic Performance in Science andEngineering: The Gender Difference in Undergraduate Grade Point Averages. Journal Of Higher Education, 83(1), 73-101.

Techsploration. (2012). Program Overview. Retrieved July 24 from

Weber, K. (2011). Role Models and Informal STEM-Related Activities Positively ImpactFemale Interest in STEM. Technology & Engineering Teacher, 71(3), 18-21

Wyss, V. L., & Tai, R. H. (2010). Conflicts Between Graduate Study in Science and Family Life. College Student Journal, 44(2), 475-491.


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