BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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Gireeja Ranade

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The pandemic and resulting year-long course of online instruction have thrust GSIs into a new realm of challenges, trying to preserve educational aspects of in-person instruction while creating accommodations for students.
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The pandemic and resulting year-long course of online instruction have thrust GSIs into a new realm of challenges, trying to preserve educational aspects of in-person instruction while creating accommodations for students.
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Among Haas School of Business class of 2018 graduates who are employed full-time, only 38 percent are female-identifying, according to the Haas Full-Time Employment Report. Only 28.6 percent of students in the campus College of Engineering are female-identifying.
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Among Haas School of Business class of 2018 graduates who are employed full-time, only 38 percent are female-identifying, according to the Haas Full-Time Employment Report. Only 28.6 percent of students in the campus College of Engineering are female-identifying.
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These are monumental steps toward gender equality in STEM fields, and I, as a female engineer, am proud of how far gender equality has come — but at the same time, I, as an engineer alone, have struggled a lot with having my experiences ignored because I’m labeled as a female, as one within the minority.
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These are monumental steps toward gender equality in STEM fields, and I, as a female engineer, am proud of how far gender equality has come — but at the same time, I, as an engineer alone, have struggled a lot with having my experiences ignored because I’m labeled as a female, as one within the minority.
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UC Berkeley's EECS program has the lowest proportion of female graduates of any degree on campus. The department has a strategy to close the gap — but how far can these programs go?
UC Berkeley's EECS program has the lowest proportion of female graduates of any degree on campus. The department has a strategy to close the gap — but how far can these programs go?