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Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering
SJR: 0.468 SNIP: 0.671 CiteScore™: 1.65

ISSN Imprimer: 1072-8325
ISSN En ligne: 1940-431X

Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering

Editor-in-Chief: Julie P. Martin

Objectifs et champs d'application

The Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering (JWM) publishes original, peer-reviewed papers that report on empirical investigations covering a variety of topics related to achieving inclusion of historically underrepresented and minoritized populations in science and engineering education, academe, and professional practice. These populations include those who identify as people of color, white women, first generation college students, veterans, members of the LGBTQ+ community, people with disabilities, and the intersections of these and other identities. The journal especially welcomes research manuscripts that use theoretical frameworks and methodologies appropriate to the study of underrepresented and marginalized populations and/or use intersectional approaches. The journal also publishes studies on novel educational innovations that hold promise for transferability to other contexts.

La plupart des articles téléchargés

INCREASING THE REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN FACULTY IN STEM DEPARTMENTS: WHAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE?
Abigail J. Stewart, Janet E. Malley, Keith A. Herzog

EXAMINING THE ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS OF LGBTQ STEM MAJORS
Jodi L. Linley, Kristen A. Renn, Michael R. Woodford

FACTORS IMPACTING THE ACADEMIC CLIMATE FOR LGBQ STEM FACULTY
Eric V. Patridge, Ramon S. Barthelemy, Susan R. Rankin

REPOSITIONING RACE, GENDER, AND ROLE IDENTITY FORMATION FOR BLACK WOMEN IN ENGINEERING
Monique Ross, Brenda M. Capobianco, Allison Godwin

STARTING AT THE CROSSROADS: INTERSECTIONAL APPROACHES TO INSTITUTIONALLY SUPPORTING UNDERREPRESENTED MINORITY WOMEN STEM FACULTY
Mary A. Armstrong, Jasna Jovanovic

DIFFERENCES IN SELF-EFFICACY AMONG WOMEN AND MINORITIES IN STEM
Denise Wilson, Rebecca Bates, Elaine P. Scott, Sarah Marie Painter, Jamie Shaffer