Category Archives: Women in Honors

UT Austin Plan II Honors Student Is Making Biomedical History

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared in a news update by the College of Liberal Arts at UT Austin…. A UT Austin undergraduate’s research could help change the way doctors diagnose diseases with known protein biomarkers like multiple sclerosis and … Continue reading

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Women and STEM Careers: Nobody’s Business but Their Own

While doing research for an upcoming article on the positive impact that honors programs can have on the performance of women majoring in STEM subjects, we made some discoveries that were surprising (at least to us) about why young women … Continue reading

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A New Endowment to Support Young Women at UT Austin

Editor’s Note: This post comes from the University of Texas at Austin. With women making up more than half the nation’s population—51 percent, according to the U.S. Census Bureau—the need for scientists, leaders in business and government, engineers, and doctors … Continue reading

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AAUW Sponsors STEM Camps for Girls in Early Teens in Four States

Editor’s Note: This article is from the American Association of University Women.  It is the first post in a new category for us called Women in Honors. Four Camps Launch Nationwide This Summer By Katie Broendel, broendelk@aauw.org WASHINGTON – The … Continue reading

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