Subtle messages can push girls away from science

03/13/2013 | CNNMoney/Fortune

In this Q-and-A, Karen Purcell, president of PK Electrical, shares ideas for increasing the number of women in science and technology fields. She suggests removing bias among parents and educators that sometimes push girls away from math and science. Purcell also highlights the important role mentors can play for women starting out their careers in engineering and computer science.

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