Gilbreath, Lila Carly, "Factors Impacting Women's Participation in STEM Fields" 2015. UVM Honors College Senior Theses. Paper 65. Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses · ETDs. female students persisting as STEM majors at two technological institutions. This Dissertation is brought to you for free and open access by the Walden. Perseverance of women in STEM is linked to a strong science identity. Experiential.
Women appear in the top-level jobs within a given occupation at lower rates than would be expected given their presence within the occupation as a whole. The members of the committee approve the dissertation of Roxanne M. Hughes defended. The Phases and Influences on Women's STEM Career Choices.