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Heather Metcalf

  • PhD
  • Director of Research and Analysis
  • The Association for Women in Science
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  • 42CitationsNumber of citations received by Heather's publications. Updated daily.

Research interests

StratificationIntersectional feminist researchSTEMEntrepreneurshipDiversity and inclusionDiscourse analysisDisciplinary valuesScience and technology policyUnconscious biasCritical TheoryCareer pathwaysAccessBroadening participation

Co-authors (9)

  • Rochelle Williams
  • Noriko Nagahori
  • Sophie de Koning
  • Meredith Gibson
  • Gail Gasparich

Publications (5)

  • Broadening the Science of Broadening Participation in STEM Through Critical Mixed Methodologies and Intersectionality Frameworks

    • Metcalf H
    • Russell D
    • Hill C
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  • Diversity Across a Decade

    • Metcalf H
    • Crenshaw T
    • Chambers E
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  • Ten years toward equity: Preliminary results from a follow-up case study of academic computing culture

    • Crenshaw T
    • Chambers E
    • Heeren C
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  • Recruitment, retention, and diversity discourse: Problematizing the problem of women and minorities in science and engineering

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  • Facilitating creativity in a digital world

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Editorships

Journal of Higher Education

Book Review Editor

2012 - 2013(a year)

Professional experience

Director of Research and Analysis

The Association for Women in Science

April 2015 - Present

Education

Ph.D. - Higher Education, Science and Technology Policy

University of Arizona

August 2007 - May 2011(4 years)

Master of Arts in Gender and Women's Studies

University of Arizona

August 2005 - May 2007(2 years)

Master of Science in Computer Science

Department of Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

August 2003 - December 2005(2 years)

Bachelor's: Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

Clarion University of Pennsylvania

September 1999 - May 2003(4 years)