Friday, July 26, 2013
A research team including University of San Diego professors Susan M. Lord and Michelle M. Camacho received the Betty Vetter Award for Research, recognizing notable achievement in research related to women in engineering.
Their project “The Effect of Climate and Pedagogy on Persistence: A Longitudinal Study of Women in Undergraduate Engineering Programs” was funded by a National Science Foundation Gender in Science and Engineering grant and received the award for exceptional research committed to understanding the intersectionality of race and gender.
For the full text of the article, please see http://www.sandiego.edu/about/news_center/awards/awards_detail.php?_focus=45214 .
Michelle Madsen Camacho