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While the ranks of female academics in engineering are expanding, both as faculty members and new Ph.D. recipients, the proportion of women gaining bachelor’s and master’s degrees is virtually unchanged from a decade ago. In 2001, women made up 9 percent of all tenure and tenure-track positions in engineering schools. By 2010, the percentage increased to 13 percent. The share of women awarded bachelor’s degrees decreased by 2 percent from 2001 to 2010 and master’s stayed about the same, while Ph.D.’s increased by about 5 percent.

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Data source: American Society for Engineering Education.

 



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