New Survey! Calling Women Engineers who Graduated from College in the 70s

Dr. Laura Ettinger, Associate Professor of History at Clarkson University, is conducting a survey on women engineers who graduated from college in the 70s.
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Dr. Laura Ettinger, Associate Professor of History at Clarkson University, is conducting a survey for her book on the experiences of women engineers who graduated from college in the 1970’s.

“My hope is that this book will help to 1) tell this pivotal generation’s stories, which have not previously been told, 2) give permission to others, especially women in the STEM fields, to pursue their careers and lives in ways that make sense to them, and 3) inform current discussions about how to create a more inclusive engineering profession,” said Ettinger.

The survey should take between 10-25 minutes to complete. Participants must be women who earned undergraduate degrees between 1970 and 1979, with majors in engineering, or with other majors but who worked as engineers at some point in their lives. Women who did not remain in engineering, or in the workforce, are strongly encouraged to participate.

*All responses will be kept confidential.

We hope that you will take the time to complete this survey.

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