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PRISM - American Society for Engineering Education - Logo NOVEMBER 2005 - VOLUME 15, NUMBER 3
ON THE COVER: OPENING DOORS - Stanford engineering professor Sheri Sheppard knows what it’s like to be the only female faculty member in the department. By Alice Daniel COMPETING FORCES - Women find themselves going around a lot of blind corners when it comes to getting tenure. - By Mary LordTEACHING TOOLBOX: CIRCLE OF SUPPORT - Engineering schools are developing programs to help their female students fit in. - By Margaret Loftus
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COMPETING FORCES - What can we learn from medicine, business and law, all of which do a better job than engineering at attracting women? By Alvin P. Sanoff
MAKING IT THROUGH THE MAZE - Women find themselves going around a lot of blind corners when it comes to getting tenure. By Mary Lord
OPENING DOORS - Stanford engineering professor Sheri Sheppard knows what it’s like to be the only female faculty member in the department. By Alice Daniel

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DATABYTES
TECH VIEW: Think Big, Teach Small - By Mary Kathleen Flynn
TEACHING TOOLBOX
CIRCLE OF SUPPORT - Engineering schools are developing programs to help their female students fit in. - By Margaret Loftus
BOOK REVIEW: The World Is Flat - By Robin Tatu
: A More Perfect Union - By Gary S. Was
ON CAMPUS: A Human Touch - By Lynne Shallcross
CLASSIFIEDS
LAST WORD: All in the Family - By Gary A. Gabriele and Jennifer Currey
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