Analyzing the Factors That Influence Persistence Rates in STEM Field Majors
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
March 25 - 26, 2010
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|Sloan Conference Agenda pdf||Ronald Ehrenberg|
|Thursday, March 25 |
|Attrition in STEM Fields at a Liberal Arts College: The Importance of Grades and Pre-Collegiate Preferences ||Kevin Rask, Wake Forest University |
|"The Effect of Instructor Race and Gender on Student Persistence in STEM Fields" ||Joshua Price, Cornell University |
|"Persistence of women and minorities in STEM field majors: Is it the school that matters?" ||Amanda Griffith, Wake Forest University |
|Friday, March 26 |
|"Differences in Persistence Patterns Between Life and Physical Science Majors: The Role of Grades, Peers, and Preparation" ||Ben Ost, Cornell University |
|"Who Succeeds in Engineering and Other Stem Studies: An Analysis of Binghamton University Undergraduate Students" ||Edward Kokkelenberg and Esha Sinha |