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Women in engineering: challenges and opportunities

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2 Author(s)
Bates, C.M. ; E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Richmand, VA, USA ; Stublen, A.P.

The role of women in electrical engineering, which has been historically small, is growing stronger. In order to gain a distinct competitive advantage, universities, professional organizations, and industry are developing programs that target attracting and retaining women engineers. These programs, along with the support of professionals in the engineering workforce, will help to create an environment where engineers will be able to contribute and develop to their fullest potential

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Petroleum and Chemical Industry Conference, 1993, Record of Conference Papers. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Incorporated. Industry Applications Society 40th Annual

Date of Conference:

13-15 Sep 1993