College president aims to produce new generation of women in STEM

04/30/2013 | National Public Radio

As president of Harvey Mudd College in California, Maria Klawe hopes her institution can help bring more women into the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. "We're not attracting and retaining enough talent, and especially in areas like computer science. And I think what I recognized was this might be a place that could actually make a difference with that," Klawe says of her decision to leave Princeton for Harvey Mudd in 2005.

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