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Over 380 female undergraduate engineering and technology students were surveyed on eight categories including demographics, role models, and scenarios that might make a female student more comfortable studying engineering. One important result from the survey is that female students who had four to six female professors were more likely to report having an educational or career role model (55.8%) compared to those who had only one to three female professors (50.7%) or no female professors (46.0%).

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Rights Bauer, I. (2008). The Need for Female Role Models in Engineering Education. Conference Proceedings of the WEPAN 2008 National Conference Gateway to Diversity: Getting Results Through Strategic Communications (pp. 1-21). St. Louis, Missouri: Women in Engineering ProActive Network (WEPAN). Retrieved from http://dpubs.libraries.psu.edu/DPubS?service=UI&version=1.0&verb=Display&page=toc&handle=psu.wepan/1213196242
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