Nadya Fouad

Nadya Fouad is a Distinguished Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

September 22, 2014
Why Engineering Fields Still Struggle to Retain Female Employees
Minnesota Public Radio

August 12, 201
Many Women Leave Engineering Blame the Work Culture
NPR

August 12, 2014
40 Percent of Female Engineers are Leaving the Field. This Might Be Why
Huffington Post

August 9, 2014
Study: Uncivil Work Environment Pushing Women out of Engineering Field
Washington Post

 

Complete list of media coverage from NSF Power.org: APA Convention Media Release: Women Who ‘Lean In’ Often Soon Leave Engineering Careers, Study Finds:

  1. Study: Women Who ‘Lean In’ Often Leave Engineering Fields

Wall Street Journal – August 13, 2014
… according to a new study. University of Wisconsin Milwaukee professor Nadya Fouad, the study’s co-author, joins Lunch Break with Sara Murray.

  1. Study: Uncivil work environment pushing women out of the …
    Washington Post – August 9, 2014
    … a professor of educational psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, who presented the results to the American Psychological Association in a talk …
  2. Tech Week: ‘Good’ IT People, Women Quit Engineering, Tom Hanks …
    NPR – August 16, 2014
    The study, presented at the annual American Psychological Association convention in Washington, D.C., found that while women comprised more than 20 …
  3. Many Women Leave Engineering, Blame The Work Culture
    NPR – ‎August 12, 2014
    The findings were announced recently at the annual American Psychological Association convention in Washington, D.C.. Over the course of three years Nadya Fouad, a psychologist at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, surveyed 5,300 women who …
  4. Study: Women Who ‘Lean In’ Often Leave Engineering Fields
    Boston.com – August 11, 2014
    Researchers find that the optimal number of bites a day for weight loss and health is 100 bites a day, and new products will soon help people chew more.
  5. 40 Percent Of Female Engineers Are Leaving The Field. This Might Be Why.
    Huffington Post – ‎August 12, 2014
    Research presented at the American Psychological Association’s 122nd Annual Convention this week showed that nearly 40 percent of women who earn engineering degrees quit the profession or never enter the field at all. The findings were initially …
  6. Are female engineers treated unfairly?
    The Times-Picayune – NOLA.com – ‎August 13, 2014
    A large share of women who graduate college with an engineering degree either leave the field early or never enter it in the first place, NPR reports. The report says a recent study presented at the annual American Psychological Associationin Washington …
  7. Women engineers lean in, pushed out
    SFGate – August 12, 2014
    Those who didn’t make it “are more vulnerable to being pushed out because they typically aren’t in the internal ‘good old boys’ network,” said Nadya Fouad, who presented the study at the American Psychological Association convention in Washington last …
  8. Apple’s diversity figures: nothing shocking here
    seattlepi.com – August 12, 2014
    … there are barriers to women at every stage (even once they are hired, as a survey released this week by the American Psychological Association points out).
  9. When competing in a male-dominated field, women should ‘man up’
    Fortune – August 14, 2014
    … University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Educational Psychology Professor Nadya Fouad also found that two-thirds of those who left the field within five years said …
  10. Many Women Leave Engineering, Blame The Work Culture
    WUWM (Milwaukee) – ‎August 12, 2014
    Over the course of three years Nadya Fouad, a psychologist at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, surveyed 5,300 women who earned engineering degrees within the past six decades in order to figure out why so few stayed in engineering.
  11. Study: Engineering uncivil to women
    Standard-Examiner – August 20, 2014
    … Wisconsin at Milwaukee, who presented the results to the American Psychological Association in a talk titled, “Leaning In, But Getting Pushed Back (and Out).”
  12. Nary a woman in sight: The engineering dilemma
    NJBIZ – August 19, 2014
    … “Leaning in, but Getting Pushed-Back (and Out)” to the American Psychological Association at its annual convention in Washington, D.C., earlier this month.
  13. In Our View: STEM Must Welcome All
    The Columbian – August 15, 2014
    “I wouldn’t call it a hostile environment, but it’s definitely chilly,” said Nadya Fouad, a professor of educational psychology at the University of Wisconsin at …
  14. Nearly 40 percent of women leave engineering
    ScienceCareers.org – August 15, 2014
    Over the course of 3 years, psychologists Nadya Fouad and Romila Singh of the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, surveyed more than 5000 women with …
  15. Why Women Are Ditching the Engineering Industry in Droves
    Inc.com – ‎August 13, 2014
    Her findings, presented recently at the American Psychological Associationconvention in Washington, D.C., highlighted issues women in tech face at large, from “old boys club” workplaces to having little to no room for advancement and no female role models …
  16. Many Women Leave Engineering, Blame The Work Culture
    GPB – ‎August 13, 2014‎
    Over the course of three years, Nadya Fouad, a psychologist at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, surveyed 5,300 women who earned engineering degrees within the past six decades in order to figure out why so few stayed in engineering.
  17. It’s the workplace, stupid, says new study on female engineer dropouts
    SiliconBeat – ‎August 13, 2014
    No, what’s pushing them out is the workplace culture, the study’s lead author recently announced at the American Psychological Associationconvention in Washington, D. C.. It’s a phenomenon that my former colleague Mike Cassidy addressed in a special …
  18. Why women leave engineering careers
    ECNmag.com – ‎August 13, 2014‎
    … degrees quit the profession or never enter the field, and for those who leave, poor workplace climates and mistreatment by managers and co-workers are common reasons, according to research presented at the American Psychological Association’s122nd …
  19. Why Women Leave Engineering Careers
    Manufacturing.net – August 13, 2014
    … by managers and co-workers are common reasons, according to research presented at the American Psychological Association’s122nd Annual Convention.
  20. Engineering uncivil to women, study says 
    The Columbian – ‎August 12, 2014
    “I wouldn’t call it a hostile environment, but it’s definitely chilly,” said Nadya Fouad, a professor of educational psychology at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, who presented the results to the American Psychological Association in a talk titled, …
  21. Study finds workplace issues causing women to leave engineering
    Physics Today – ‎August 12, 2014
    The Post called the study “a new National Science Foundation report,” but linked to a set of slides from a recent American Psychological Association convention talk. The author, Nadya A. Fouad of the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, acknowledged NSF …
  22. Why Women Leave Engineering Careers
    Product Design & Development – ‎August 12, 2014
    … degrees quit the profession or never enter the field, and for those who leave, poor workplace climates and mistreatment by managers and co-workers are common reasons, according to research presented at the American Psychological Association’s 122nd …
  23. Many Women Leave Engineering, Blame The Work Culture …
    World News.com – August 12, 2014
    Women Who ‘Lean In’ Often Soon Leave Engineering Careers, Study Finds
  24. Women Often Leave Engineering Careers Due to Poor Workplace Climates …
    University Herald – ‎August 11, 2014 ‎
    Fouad said that for organizations to retain women engineers, they first need to realize that it is not a ‘women’s issue’ to want to spend time with their children. The findings were recently presented at the American Psychological Association’s 122nd Annual …
  25. Nearly 40% of women who earn engineering degrees quit profession or never …
    News-Medical.net – ‎August 11, 2014
    … degrees quit the profession or never enter the field, and for those who leave, poor workplace climates and mistreatment by managers and co-workers are common reasons, according to research presented at the American Psychological Association’s 122nd …
  26. Women Who ‘Lean In’ Often Soon Leave Engineering Careers …
    Globalpeopledailynews.com – August 10, 2014
    Women Who ‘Lean In’ Often Soon Leave Engineering Careers, Study Finds
  27. Women who ‘lean in’ often soon leave engineering careers …
    Dailynewsen.com – August 10, 2014
    Women who ‘lean in’ often soon leave engineering careers, study finds. Practically 40 percent of ladies who earn engineering degrees quit the profession or in …
  28. Women engineers generally end up leaving the career line 
    Business Standard – ‎August 10, 2014
    … and organizations that recognize their contributions, provide training and paths for advancement and support a work-life balance were reasons women gave for staying in their jobs. The findings were presented at the American Psychological Association’s …
  29. Survey reveals women engineers generally end up leaving the career line 
    Daily News & Analysis – ‎August 10, 2014
    Nadya Fouad, PhD, of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, said that while women accounted for more than 20 percent of engineering school graduates over the past two decades, only 11 percent of them were practicing engineers, and 9 percent were …
  30. Female Engineers Try to Lean in But Are Pushed Out, Study Finds 
    Mashable – ‎August 9, 2014
    The survey results, presented Saturday at an annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, complicate the ongoing debate over how best to increase the number of women who pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math.
  31. Women Who ‘Lean In’ Often Soon Leave Engineering Careers
    HealthNewsDigest.com – August 9, 2014
    … by managers and co-workers are common reasons, according to research presented at the American Psychological Association’s 122nd Annual Convention.
  32. Women who ‘lean in’ often soon leave engineering careers, study finds 
    Phys.Org – ‎August 9, 2014
    … degrees quit the profession or never enter the field, and for those who leave, poor workplace climates and mistreatment by managers and co-workers are common reasons, according to research presented at theAmerican Psychological Association’s 122nd …
  33. Women who ‘lean in’ often soon leave engineering careers …
    Crazychucks.com – August 9, 2014
    Women who ‘lean in’ often soon leave engineering careers, study finds. Nearly 40 percent of women who earn engineering degrees quit the profession or never …
  34. Women who ‘lean in’ often soon leave engineering careers …
    Healthmedicinet.com – August 9, 2014
    … usually 11 percent of practicing engineers are women, and usually 9 percent of electronic and environmental engineers are, pronounced Nadya Fouad, PhD, …
  35. Women Who ‘Lean in’ Often Soon Leave … – Allvoices
    Allvoices.com – August 9, 2014
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