#GoodRead | Where Women Thrive in STEM

by Benjamin Child, via Unsplash

by Benjamin Child, via Unsplash

"Where Women Thrive in STEM":

For too many students, college is a time to give up on dreams of pursuing a science, technology, engineering or math career – and this is especially true for women and minorities. From 2009 to 2013, approximately 22 percent of women entered college intending to major in STEM fields, but only 9 percent of women nationally actually earned a STEM degree. 

But the STEM pipeline for women does not need to leak at the undergraduate level – and women's colleges may be able to show us how.

Read Kim Cassidy's full article at U.S. News here…