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Iran bans women from over 70 university courses: Report

Iran has the highest ratio of female to male undergraduates in the world. PHOTO: REUTERS Female students in Iran have been barred from more than 70 university degree courses, popular British daily The Telegraph reported on Monday. The new policy introduced by the Islamic Republic of Iran, resulted in 36 universities …

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WRISE Opens New Doors for Women in Solar and Wind

Growing up, I was a math and science nerd who loved being outdoors. I had great teachers who encouraged me to explore engineering as a path for doing environmental work, and I got excited about renewable energy as a technological solution to climate change. So I went to Cornell to …

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Lack of women in STEM could damage Australia’s prosperity

Share on twitter Share on Google Plus by Sally Patten Soaring demand for engineers, scientists and coders, the rise in the use of artificial intelligence and an ageing population are set to exacerbate gender inequality in the workplace and put pressure on Australia’s long-term prosperity unless companies, governments and the …

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Engineering students follow in their parents’ footsteps

Choosing a major is a critical decision every BYU student must make. According to the BYU Undergraduate Catalog, there are 181 different majors to decide between, giving students an endless amount of routes to take. In the engineering school, chemical engineering students Colton Van Wagoner, Rebecca Prymak and Hayden Etter …

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