HSS 441 Gender and Race in Science and Engineering

This course discusses important issues related to gender and race in science and engineering (S&E). The issues include S&E as professions and social institutions as well as the experiences of women and minorities as S&E students, professionals, and the users of current science and technologies. In addition, this course explores the current social issues and policy concerns regarding gender and race in science and technology.




Humanities and Social Sciences Program

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Fall Semester Spring Semester