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This 8-page paper, provided by the National Institute for Women in Trades, Technology and Science, discusses three mistakes educators make while attempting to recruit and retain women in STEM programs. Mistakes include Ineffective "Feel Good" Career Events, Not Appealing to Female Interests in STEM, and Scaring Off Female Students the Very First Day of Class. Each mistake is explained and an example is provided. 

 

 

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Alternate Title Three Big Mistakes That Squash Women in STEM
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