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On gender in computing and engineering fields: AAUW Webinar 3/31/17 with K. Buse and R. Hughes. https://news.fsu.edu/news/2017/03/31/expert-pitch-fsu-researchers-work-narrow-gender-gap-engineering-computer-science

On gender, career aspirations, and leadership: Payne, K. (2016). What Does Clinton’s Historic Nomination Mean For The Next Generation? Retrieved from WFSU News, Tallahassee, FL: http://news.wfsu.org/post/what-does-clinton-s-historic-nomination-mean-next-generation

On school quality: Bernardo, R. (2016). 2016’s States with the Best & Worst School Systems. WalletHub. Retrieved from WalletHub.com website: https://wallethub.com/edu/states-with-the-best-schools/5335/#lara-perez-felkner ; Reference material was not included in the main article but is available here.


2017: Coverage of Frontiers in Psychology article “Gendered Pathways: How Mathematics Ability Beliefs Shape Secondary and Postsecondary Course and Degree Field Choices”: (Altmetric info here; currently in top 5% of all research outputs scored by Altmetric)

2015: Coverage of Teachers College Record articlePerceptions and Resilience in Underrepresented Students’ Pathways to College”:

2015: WXTL-TV ABC 27 Interview on STEM Education. In north Florida/south Georgia, watch @abc27 TV, Aug 20 between 615 & 7am. Clip and associated story viewable here at this link.


2015: Coverage of “Perceived mathematical ability under challenge: a longitudinal perspective on sex segregation among STEM degree fields”:

* Google translate is useful for foreign-language articles. http://translate.google.com/


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