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Industrial Engineering Student Perceptions of Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering

Abstract An opportunity to view three disciplines from an outsider’s perspective has provided some interesting insights. During a NSF funded (HRD-0225228) study of the surprising attainment of gender parity in the School of Industrial Engineering at the University of Oklahoma … Continue reading

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A Study of Gender Parity: Department Culture from the Students’ Perspective.

Abstract The School of Industrial Engineering (IE) at the University of Oklahoma (OU) has an unusual trend of gender parity at the undergraduate level. To investigate local factors contributing to the success of IE at OU, we interviewed 41 IE … Continue reading

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The Contribution of Office-Hours-Type Interactions to Female Student Satisfaction with the Educational Experience in Engineering.

Abstract Recent literature includes discussion about many female students’ need for a personal type of a professional, professor-student relationship to feel connected to the course and to a major.1,2 Our research builds on these findings to emphasize the importance of … Continue reading

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Balancing on the Tightrope: Maintaining Gender Parity in a Successful Undergraduate Engineering Program

Harris, B. J., S. E. Walden, D. A. Trytten, R. L. Shehab, T. R. Rhoads and T. J. Murphy (2005). Balancing on the Tightrope: Maintaining Gender Parity in a Successful Undergraduate Engineering Program. WEPAN/NAMEPA National Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

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‘Inviteful’ Engineering: Student Perceptions of Industrial Engineering

Abstract Interviews of twenty-six Industrial Engineering students and graduates were conducted during the first year of a three year study of the unexpected attainment of gender parity in the School of Industrial Engineering at the University of Oklahoma (OU). An … Continue reading

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Gender Equity in Industrial Engineering: A Pilot Study

Abstract We report on findings from a pilot study focused on the Industrial Engineering Department at University of Oklahoma where gender equity has been achieved. The study identifies factors that may contribute to gender parity in engineering and science fields. … Continue reading

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Impact of Departmental Sovereignty and Faculty Autonomy on Service Classes for Engineering Majors

Abstract In the context of a study in which we used a semi-structured protocol to interview engineering majors, we discovered issues related to technical courses that are taught by departments outside of a student’s major department. We have categorized these … Continue reading

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