Corey Schimpf

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Using a life course perspective, this literature review synthesizes research on women’s underrepresentation in computing fields across four life stages: 1) pre-high school; 2) high school; 3) college major choice and persistence; and 4) postbaccalaureate employment. Issues associated with access to, and use of, computing resources at the pre-high school and(More)
Many retention studies focus on which students enter engineering or how long engineering students persist. We propose studying an alternate pathway, students who switch into engineering from other majors. Examining such pathways reveals a previously understudied aspect of the engineering pipeline and may be leveraged through institutional policies and(More)
Although the underrepresentation of women in science and engineering tenure-track faculty positions is often linked to the conflict between childcare responsibilities and the normative academic tenure-track pathway, previous studies have tended to focus on individual life choices, rather than the effects of institutional-level policies and structure. More(More)
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