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Increasing Gender diversity in STEM - INGDV

Project Anna 

is the output of an EU funded Erasmus+ initiative that aims to address the gender imbalance in Engineering and Technology. We want to increase the awareness of what it means to be an engineer and to address some of the stereotypes that are associated with studying a technological course at University. From previous research projects (ATTRACT and Ung Ingenjör/Young Engineer) we know self-confidence and perception (of self in the role of engineer/technologist) are issues for high school girls.

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Belongs to: The Department of Learning in Engineering Sciences
Last changed: May 07, 2021
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