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Gender in science & technology : a collection of theses fron the Physics Department at Lund university

Svensson, Angelica; Ringfjord, Britt-Marie; Österberg, Carin; Eklöf, Johnas; Lundgren, Victor; Paulsson, Johanna; Nordblom, Viktor; Nygårdh, Kristoffer; Byadya, Rimu and Olsson, Teresia, et al. (2014)
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This is a collection of projects that were written by students participating in our course on Gender in Science and Technology at Lund University. The course is based on a collaboration between the Department of Physics, the Science Faculty and the Department for Gender Studies, the Social Science Faculty. It is something of a record breaker in longevity, since in the autumn of 2014 it will run for the seventh time.



The project reports are presented in their original form, as handed in by the students after their oral presentation and our feed-back. They cover a large variety of subjects and show the diversity of this course. We have attracted students from at least three different faculties (Natural Science, Social... (More)
This is a collection of projects that were written by students participating in our course on Gender in Science and Technology at Lund University. The course is based on a collaboration between the Department of Physics, the Science Faculty and the Department for Gender Studies, the Social Science Faculty. It is something of a record breaker in longevity, since in the autumn of 2014 it will run for the seventh time.



The project reports are presented in their original form, as handed in by the students after their oral presentation and our feed-back. They cover a large variety of subjects and show the diversity of this course. We have attracted students from at least three different faculties (Natural Science, Social Science and Engineering), making discussions and approaches very varied and interesting. It has also been a popular course among exchange students, with participants from e.g. China, US, Singapore, Bangladesh and Germany. The diversity of the student group has contributed a lot to the course, broadening the topics that were discussed and creating an interesting and innovative setting for the students.



We hope that this collection can inspire discussion on the important juxtaposition of Gender Studies and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). (Less)
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Fysicumarkivet F:732
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174 pages
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Fysiska institutionen, Lunds universitet
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The project reports are presented in their original form, as handed in by the students after their oral presentation and our feed-back. They cover a large variety of subjects and show the diversity of this course. We have attracted students from at least three different faculties (Natural Science, Social Science and Engineering), making discussions and approaches very varied and interesting. It has also been a popular course among exchange students, with participants from e.g. China, US, Singapore, Bangladesh and Germany. The diversity of the student group has contributed a lot to the course, broadening the topics that were discussed and creating an interesting and innovative setting for the students. <br/><br>
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We hope that this collection can inspire discussion on the important juxtaposition of Gender Studies and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).},
  author       = {Svensson, Angelica and Ringfjord, Britt-Marie and Österberg, Carin and Eklöf, Johnas and Lundgren, Victor and Paulsson, Johanna and Nordblom, Viktor and Nygårdh, Kristoffer and Byadya, Rimu and Olsson, Teresia and Larsson, Jim and Trier Jensen, Sofie},
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  keyword      = {Fysicumarkivet F:732},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {174},
  publisher    = {Fysiska institutionen, Lunds universitet},
  title        = {Gender in science & technology : a collection of theses fron the Physics Department at Lund university},
  year         = {2014},
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