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↟ Free Relié Download @The Only Woman in the Room: Why Science Is Still a Boys' Club ⇤ Ebook Author Eileen Pollack ∠ ↟ Free Relié Download @The Only Woman in the Room: Why Science Is Still a Boys' Club ⇤ Ebook Author Eileen Pollack ∠ Even in the 1970s, the sexism I experienced was rarely obvious I grew up in a privileged, loving home with few barriers that might prevent a bright, confident young woman from succeeding in whatever field she took it in her head to enter All this led me to suspect that the reasons for the scarcity of female physicists must be subtle, and those reasons must lie buried in the psyches of the women who loved science and math but never completed their degrees or, like me, earned their degrees but left their fields By trying to understand why I didnt become a physicist, I hoped to gain insights into why so many young women still fail to go on in science and math in the numbers their presence in high school classrooms and their scores on standardized tests predict What I discovered shocked me Although young women major in physics at Yale than when I attended school there, those young women told me stories of the sexism they had encountered in junior high and high school that seemed even troubling than what I had experienced complaints about being belittled and teased by their classmates and teachers, worries about being perceived as unfeminine or uncool The same forces that caused me to feel isolated and unsure of myself at Yale continue to hem in young women today, acting like an invisible electrified field to discourage all but the thickest skinned from following their passion for science, a phenomenon that turns out to be less true in other countries, where women are perceived as being equally capable in science and math as men.Hard hitting, difficult to read, and impossible to put down Kirkus ReviewsHonest, readable, and brave Library JournalOffering an engrossing look at the barriers still facing women in sciencePollack draws attention to this important and vexing problem with a personal narrative, beautifully written and full of important insights on the changes needed to make those barriers crumbleAny young woman or man on the way to college to major in science will find great lessons in this book Washington PostHer memoir rings authentic, its lessons essential A bitter pill to swallow but a vital addition to the important and frustratingly ongoing discussion about gender equity.Poornima Apte, Booklist The Only Woman in the Roomis absolutely brillianteven a sleeping pill and head cold couldnt stop me from reading it through the night Pollacks story revealsso muchI want to give it to my children, my husband, my older sister a biologist , and every physicist I know, perhaps with key passages underlined And especially, young women in science read this book Meg Urry,President of the American Astronomical Society, and former chair of the Department of Physics at Yale UniversityWith excruciating candor Eileen Pollack details how society s relentless message that girls lack the intrinsic aptitude for high level math and physics leaves young women without the confidence to stay the course in the brutally competitive environment of high powered science This is a riveting, insider s account of how unconscious biases make a mockery of meritocracy, why women s equality remains elusive, and why Larry Summers was so wrong.Nancy Hopkins, Amgen Inc Professor of Biology emerita , Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyIn Eileen Pollacks vivid description of the issues facing women in science, I immediately saw the truth of what I have lived Pollack is convincing in showing how the obstacles for women in the U.S are erected by our culture In the 1960s my mother had to put up with exclusionary rules that kept her out of a career in science You would think things might have gotten better for my generation, and for the current generation But they have not Eileen Pollack courageously and honestly examines her own life and shows us why.Carol Greider, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine and Daniel Nathans Professor and Chair of the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics at Johns Hopkins UniversityMy remarks on women and science generated much heatif they helped stimulate Eileen Pollacks introspections and reflections, they shed light as well I certainly understand many aspects of the issue better for reading Pollacks work.We all want great opportunities for all, and as she demonstrates, the world has a long way to go.Lawrence H Summers, Charles W Eliot University Professor and President Emeritus, Harvard University, and former Secretary of the Treasury From the Hardcover edition. 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    • The Only Woman in the Room: Why Science Is Still a Boys' Club
    • 2.4
    • 189
    • Relié
    • 288 pages
    • 0807083445
    • Eileen Pollack
    • Anglais
    • 23 February 2016

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