List of Publications

Doctoral Dissertation

Conference Papers

Testing an engineering design teaching technique for improving self-efficacy and belonging in Physics 11 classrooms. Paper presented at 2018 CEEA/ACEG Annual Conference and Exposition, Vancouver, British Columbia. Paper publicly available after December 2018.

Where are the women? Perceived Barriers to Engineering Education: Exploring the feminist influences on curriculum in British Columbia and on the career choices of women with high school physics credit. Paper presented at 2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Seattle, Washington. 10.18260/p.25070

Where are the Women? Trends in transition rates from high school physics to engineering education. Presentation at Walls Optional, Camosun College, Victoria, British Columbia

Where are the women? Exploring the ramifications of feminist influences on curriculum in British Columbia through trends in career choices of women with high school physics creditPresentation at Hi-Tec Conference, Portland, Oregon.

Articles

Scholarly Musings on the “F-Word” by an Interdisciplinary Engineer

Where are the women? Perceived barriers to engineering education: Exploring the feminist influences on curriculum in British Columbia and on the career choices of women with high school physics credit

Gender Balance in Engineering: Is this an issue worth pursuing?

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