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Presented By: Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Program

WISE STEM Equity Journal Club - September

Article: Outperforming yet Undervalued: Undergraduate Women in STEM

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Three women at a conference table in discussion with one another
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Once a month, WISE hosts a journal club for undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and staff to discuss recent research on STEM equity. This month's article is "Outperforming yet undervalued: Undergraduate women in STEM." Feel free to bring your lunch!

Does achievement in STEM courses correlate with perceived expertise in STEM by student peers? In this session we will discuss findings in a recent study that women are outperforming men in both physical and life science undergraduate courses, while simultaneously continuing to be perceived as less-able students. Bring your ideas or just your curiosity - all are welcome to join in the discussion.

Article Citation: Bloodhart B, Balgopal MM, Casper AMA, Sample McMeeking LB, Fischer EV. (2020) Outperforming yet undervalued: Undergraduate women in STEM. PLoS ONE 15(6): e0234685. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0234685

If you are new to reading journal articles, check out this module from the library on Reading a Scholarly Article: https://umich.instructure.com/courses/484852/pages/welcome-to-reading-a-scholarly-article-module?module_item_id=1799658

Registration is recommended but not required.
https://sessions.studentlife.umich.edu/track/event/session/58990
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Three women at a conference table in discussion with one another
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