Resource Library

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  • Diversity – Activities and Training Designs (Julie O’Mara)
  • Guide To Places Of The World (Reader’s Digest)
  • Introduction to Rubrics (Stevens/Levi)
  • Learning Reconsidered
  • Learning Reconsidered 2
  • “And don’t call me a racist!” (Mazel)
  • Readings for Diversity and Social Justice
  • Teachings for Diversity and Social Justice
  • Studying Engineering (Raymond B. Landis)
  • Completely Queer – The Gay and Lesbian Encyclopedia (Steve Hogan and Lee Hudson)
  • Becoming Leaders - A Practical Handbook for Women in Engineering, Science, and Technology (F. Mary Williams, Carolyn J. Emerson)
  • Lean In - Women, Work, And The Will To Lead - (Sheryl Sandberg)
  •  Closing the Leadership Gap - Why Women Can And Must Help Run The World (Marie C. Wilson)
  • Changing Our World - True Stories of Women Engineers (Sybil E. Hatch)
  • Solving The Equation - The Variables for Women's Success In Engineering And Computing (AAUW)
  • Building Gender, Science, & The Undergraduate Curriculum (building two-way streets) (Caryn McTighe Musil)
  • The Woman’s Guide to Navigating the PH.D. In Engineering & Science(Barbara B. Lazarus, Lisa M. Ritter, Susan A. Ambrose)
  • Play Like A Man Win Like A Woman(Gail Evans)
  • Transforming Your STEM Career Through Leadership and Innovation(Pamela McCauley Bush)
  • The Social Norms Approach to Preventing School and College Age Substance Abuse (H. Wesley Perkins)
  • Merchants of Doubt – How a Handful of Scientists Obscured the Truth on Issues from Tobacco Smoke to Global Warming (Naomi Oreskes & Erik M. Conway)
  • Unleashing Suppressed Voices on College Campuses – Diversity Issues in Higher Education (O. Gilbert Brown, Kandace G. Hinton, & Mary Howard-Hamilton)
  • Beyond The Deep (William Stone and Barbara am Ende)
  • Yellow Dirt – An American Story of a Poisoned Land and a People Betrayed (Judy Pasternak)
  • Closing The Opportunity Gap(Vijay Pendaku)
  • Getting Culture – Incorporating Diversity Across The Curriculum (Regan A. R. Gurung and Loreto R. Prieto)
  • Multicultural Competence in Student Affairs (Raechele L. Pope, Amy L. Reynolds, John A. Mueller)
  • "I Can See You Naked” – A Fearless Guide to Making Great Presentations (Ron Hoff)
  • OUT in All Directions – The Almanac of Gay and Lesbian America (Lynn Witt, Sherry Thomas, and Eric Marcus)
  • Small Groups For Students In Engineering (Janine K. Reklaitis)
  • Why So Few? Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (AAUW)
  • Women of Steel and Stone (Anna M. Lewis)
  • 20th Anniversary "Your Annual Magazine" The Community Annual of Metropolitan St. Louis
  • Racism(Robert Miles)
  • Racism – Learned at an Early Age Through Racial Scripting(Robert L. Williams, Ph.D.)
  • Good Enough Now – How Doing The Best We Can With What We Have Is Better Than Nothing (Jessica Pettitt)
  • Men Are Like Waffles Women Are Like Spaghetti – Understanding and Delighting in Your Differences (Bill and Pam Farrel)
  • Restoring Village, Values, and Commitment – Solutions for the Black Family (Jawanza Kunjufu)
  • The Art Of Leadership (Oba T’Shaka)
  • Class Matters (Correspondents of The New York Times)
  • Love Is an Orientation – Practical Ways to Build Bridges with the Gay Community (Andrew Marin)
  • Just Because I Am…Overweight, Depressed, Sensitive, Catholic, Hispanic, Female, Muslim, Black, Alone, Nerdy, White, Poor, Gay, Etc. Doesn’t Mean… (Stan Pearson, II)
  • Women’s Comedic Monologues That Are Actually Funny (Alisha Gaddis)
  • Monologues for Women (Erin Detrick)
  • Teaching for Social Justice? – Voices from the Front Lines (Connie E. North)
  • Angola: Promises and Lies (Karl Maier)
  • Setting The Record Straight (Betty Reynolds, Ph.D., Jill Tietjen, P.E.)
  • Ay, Mija – Why do you want to be an engineer?(Edna Campos Gravenhorst)
  • The Art of War for Women(Shin-Ning Chu)
  • Athena Unbound – The Advancement of Women In Science and Technology(Henry Etzkowitz, Carol Kemelgor and Brian Uzzi)
  • Women Pioneers of Science (Louis Haber)
  • Women Don’t Ask – Negotiation and the Gender Divide(Linda Babcock and Sara Laschever)
  • Changing the Face of Engineering – The African American Experience (John Brooks Slaughter, Yu Tao, Willie Pearson, Jr)