UTS Library

Women in STEMM: Books

In this guide:

Books at the UTS library

• Aspray, W. 2016, Women and underrepresented minorities in computing: a historical and social study.
• Bilimoria, D. & Lord, L. 2014, Women in STEM careers: international perspectives on increasing workforce participation, advancement and leadership.
• Bystydzienski, J.M. & Bird, S.R. 2006, Removing barriers: women in academic science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
• Cater-Steel, A. & Cater, E. 2010, Women in engineering, science and technology: education and career challenges, Engineering Science Reference, Hershey, Pa.
• Committee on Maximizing the Potential of Women in Academic Science and Engineering (U.S.), Committee on Science Engineering and Public Policy (U.S.), National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), National Academy of Engineering. & Institute of Medicine (U.S.) 2006, Biological, social, and organizational components of success for women in academic science and engineering: report of a workshop.
• Des Jardins, J. 2010, The Madame Curie complex : the hidden history of women in science, Feminist Press, New York.
• Etzkowitz, H., Kemelgor, C. & Uzzi, B. 2000, Athena unbound : the advancement of women in science and technology, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
• Freeman, J. 1991, A passion for physics: the story of a woman physicist, A. Hilger, Bristol, England; Philadelphia.
• Gray, M., Thomas, K.D. & IGI Global 2017, Strategies for increasing diversity in engineering majors and careers.
• Levy-Bencheton, C. & Cutt, S. 2015, Women in Data, O’Reilly Media.
• McCauley-Bush, P. 2013, Transforming your STEM career through leadership and innovation: inspiration and strategies for women, Academic Press, London, UK; Waltham, MA.
• Mosley, P. & Hargrove, S.K. 2014, Navigating Academia: a guide for women and minority STEM faculty.
• Pinker, S. 2009, The sexual paradox : men, women, and the real gender gap, 1st Scribner trade pbk. edn, Scribner, New York, NY.
• Rosser, S.V. & Project Muse. 2012, Breaking into the lab engineering progress for women in science, New York University Press.
• Schmuck, C. 2017, Women in STEM discipline: the Yfactor 2016 global report on gender in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
• Thomas, U., Drake, J. & IGI Global 2016, Critical research on sexism and racism in STEM fields.
• Wolverton, A., Nagaoka, L.A., Wolverton, M. & Dean, D.J. 2015, Breaking in: women's accounts of how choices shape STEM careers.

• Chretien, K. 2018, Mothers in medicine : career, practice, and life lessons learned, Springer.
• Committee on Maximizing the Potential of Women in Academic Science and Engineering (U.S.) & Committee on Science Engineering and Public Policy (U.S.) 2007, Beyond bias and barriers : fulfilling the potential of women in academic science and engineering, National Academies Press, Washington, D.C.
• Frangou, S. 2016, Women in academic psychiatry : a mind to succeed, Springer International Publishing.
• National Academy of Engineering, Frueh, S. & National Research Council (U.S.) 2014, Career choices of female engineers : a summary of a workshop, National Academies Press.