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Content on this page is here to provide context to our program and to remind all of us to continue breaking barriers. We are always looking for new resources to share with program participants and others that may be interested so if you have suggestions for us, please email wiepgwen@purdue.edu.

Literature On Women in STEM Fields

The Imposter Syndrome by Karen Kaplan (Nature 2009)

Advice From the Top by WISELI at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2009)

NPR Why Women Quit by Shankar Vedantam (2012)

TED Talk Why We Have Too Few Women Leaders  by Sheryl Sandberg (2010)

Literature on Mentoring

Enhanced Connections: Making Changes to Mentoring Programs by Blaser, Wheeless, Litzler (2007)

GPS Groups: A Peer-Problem-Solving Approach to Mentorship by Shkolnik, Surcel, Shahar, Jang-Condell (2011)

Improving the Grad Experience by MacLachlan (2006)

Dr. Christine Jackson's Mentoring Slides (August 2013 Meeting)

Dr. Christine Jackson's BONUS Mentoring Materials (August 2013 Meeting)

Other Interesting Reads and Resources

Tips for Effective Negotiating: Williams and Valian, 2003 CUNY

The Job Offer: Topics Worth Negotiating (List from UVA)

Negotiation Resources from the ADVANCE Portal 

The Importance of Stupidity Scientific Research by Schwartz (2008)

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