Women in Engineering: Pioneers and Trailblazers
Women in Engineering: Pioneers and Trailblazers introduces the visionary women who opened the door for today's female engineers. Pioneers such as Emily Roebling, Kate Gleason, Edith Clarke, and Katherine Stinson come to life in this anthology of essays, articles, lectures, and reports. The significant contributions women have made to engineering, in areas as diverse as construction management, environmental protection, and industrial efficiency, are finally placed in their proper historical context. Studies on women engineers in the 1920s and in the years following World War II underscore how far women have progressed in engineering?and how far they have to go.
With selections that span a century of historical and social analysis, Women in Engineering: Pioneers and Trailblazers and its companion volume, Women in Engineering: Professional Life, present a range of perspectives on women in engineering that will be of interest to historians, engineers, educators, and students.
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Women Engineers Bridging the Gender Gap
From Engineeresses to Girl Engineers to Good Engineers A History of Womens US Engineering Education
MultipleEntry Visas Gender and Engineering in the US 187019451
Pioneers and Trailblazers
Petticoats and Slide Rules
Women in the Intellectual Development of Engineering A Study in Persistence and Systems Thought
Emily W Roebling One of the Builders of the Bridge
From Computor to Electrical Engineer The Remarkable Career of Edith Clarke
Women Can Be Engineers
When Computers Were Women
Spotlight on Emma Barth PE A Typical Woman Engineer?
Women Leaders in Engineering Societies
Kate Gleasons Careers
Ahead of Their Time A Century Ago Women EngineersSuch as the Brilliant Bertha LammeBlazed a Lonely Trail
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