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"I Wish that I Belonged More in this Whole Engineering Group:" Achieving Individual Diversity

Leaks in the pipeline: separating demographic inertia from ongoing gender differences in academia

S. Allison K and E, S. Daniel, Leaks in the pipeline: separating demographic inertia from ongoing gender differences in academia, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, vol. 279, pp. 3736-3741, 2012.

A new approach to increasing diversity in engineering at the example of women in engineering

A. I. Schäfer, A new approach to increasing diversity in engineering at the example of women in engineering, European Journal of Engineering Education, vol. 31, pp. 661-671, 2006.

Do Professional Women and Tradeswomen in the South African Construction Industry Share Common Employment Barriers despite Progressive Government Legislation?

Queering Engineers? Using History to Re-think the Associations Between Masculinity and Irrigation Engineering in Peru

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