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Article: The Science Behind Graduating A Class With Majority Women Engineers

Harvey Mudd College’s 2014 graduating class is the first time for any co-ed U.S. college where more women graduated with an engineering than men. 56% of engineering graduates were women.

This article features an interview with engineering faculty at Harvey Mudd and how they succeeded to engage their female (and male) students with hands-on engineering courses.

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