What cues influence women’s success in STEM?

What cues influence women’s success in STEM?

The National Science Foundation wants to identify obstacles that keep women from entering and remaining in STEM careers, and Indiana…

What cues influence women’s success in STEM?
2015 Distinguished Faculty Research Lecture

2015 Distinguished Faculty Research Lecture

The fallout from the financial crisis that began in 2007 is still being sorted out in the United States. In…

2015 Distinguished Faculty Research Lecture
IU chemist Amar Flood receives Waterman Professorship

IU chemist Amar Flood receives Waterman Profe…

Indiana University chemist Amar Flood has been selected to hold the second Luther Dana Waterman Professorship at IU Bloomington. Flood…

IU chemist Amar Flood receives Waterman Profe…
NSF CAREER awards for IU Bloomington, IUPUI

NSF CAREER awards for IU Bloomington, IUPUI

Five Indiana University investigators have received the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award for junior faculty.

The Faculty Early Career Development Award,…

NSF CAREER awards for IU Bloomington, IUPUI
Robot models for infant learning

Robot models for infant learning

An Indiana University cognitive scientist and collaborators have found that posture is critical in the early stages of acquiring new…

Robot models for infant learning
New Frontiers grants for arts, humanities

New Frontiers grants for arts, humanities

On the heels of President Michael A. McRobbie’s announcement as part of Indiana University’s Bicentennial Strategic Plan of continued funding…

New Frontiers grants for arts, humanities
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What cues influence women’s success in STEM?

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The National Science Foundation wants to identify obstacles that keep women from entering and remaining in STEM careers, and Indiana University’s Mary C. Murphy is working to reveal a previously hidden factor that may be preventing advancement in these fields. Recognizing the importance of Murphy’s work — that there may be subtle, environmental signals that discourage […]

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