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Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

Throughout history, women have struggled to break into and participate in the science, technology, engineering, and math fields. This display highlights historical and contemporary pioneers in these fields as well as context for the barriers and biases women continue to face, especially women of color and those in the LGBTQIA community.

In this display:

  • Williams, Talithia. Power in Numbers : The Rebel Women of Mathematics, Quarto Publishing Group USA, 2018.
  • Panetta, Karen, and Katianne Williams. Count Girls In : Empowering Girls to Combine Any Interests with STEM to Open Up a World of Opportunity, Chicago Review Press, 2018.
  • Irby, Beverly, et al. Girls and Women in STEM : A Never Ending Story. Information Age Publishing, 2014.
  • Gupta, Namrata. Women in Science and Technology : Confronting Inequalities, SAGE Publications, 2020.
  • Edwards, Sue Bradford. Women in Science, ABDO Publishing Company, 2016.
  • Kennon, Caroline. Hidden No More : African American Women in STEM Careers, Greenhaven Publishing LLC, 2017.
  • Women of Color in STEM : Navigating the Workforce, edited by Ph.D., Julia Ballenger, et al., Information Age Publishing, Incorporated, 2016.
  • Burke, Patty Rowland, and Kelly Simmons. Beating the Odds: Winning Strategies of Women in STEM, Center for Creative Leadership, 2020.
  • Navigating Academia: A Guide for Women and Minority STEM Faculty, edited by S. Keith Hargrove, and Pauline Mosley, Elsevier Science & Technology, 2014.
  • MacLean, Lisa M.. Cracking the Code : How to Get Women and Minorities into STEM Disciplines and Why We Must, Momentum Press, 2017.
  • Alliances for Advancing Academic Women : Guidelines for Collaborating in STEM Fields, BRILL, 2014.
  • Coleman, Miriam. Women in Science, Rosen Publishing Group, 2015.
  • Navigating Academia: a Guide for Women and Minority STEM Faculty, edited by S. Keith Hargrove, and Pauline Mosley, Elsevier Science & Technology, 2014.