This study, a collaboration between NACE and Break Through Tech, provides evidence that career services can help level the playing field for women pursuing STEM careers.
Due to their underrepresentation in the classroom and societal messaging around technology being a “masculine domain,” women in computer science often feel isolated and marginalized. A study demonstrates how women’s experiences in computing internships shape their future career decisions; the findings have implications for both career development professionals and employers who recruit entry-level talent.
Applying valuative bias theory, NACE research examines the gender pay gap in three STEM majors.
The Department of Homeland Security is amending its STEM Designated Degree Program List by adding 22 qualifying fields of study.