The differential effect of anticipated work-family conflict on the STEM major embeddedness of men and women

@inproceedings{Myers2015TheDE,
  title={The differential effect of anticipated work-family conflict on the STEM major embeddedness of men and women},
  author={Dante P. Myers},
  year={2015}
}
THE DIFFERENTIAL EFFECT OF ANTICIPATED WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT ON THE STEM MAJOR EMBEDDEDNESS OF MEN AND WOMEN Dante P. Myers Old Dominion University, 2015 Director: Dr. Debra A. Major It is nationally concerning that many students who begin as Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) majors do not complete their degrees. Of additional concern is that among the STEM students who do persist to degree completion, women are severely underrepresented. The present research investigates… Expand

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