Women in Engineering: The Impact of Attitudinal Differences on Educational Institutions
|Title||Women in Engineering: The Impact of Attitudinal Differences on Educational Institutions|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1976|
|Authors||Gardner, R. E.|
|Secondary Title||Engineering Education|
A two-year longitudinal study of men and women entering the College of Engineering at Cornell University shows that there was no indication that statistically significant differences in attitudes were followed by behaviors which had a notable impact on the institution, as measured by academic performance, attrition, or field selection.