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The following are links to some articles that you might find interesting. The posting of these areticles is not meant to imply the Greater Pittsburgh Area WCC supports the thoughts or suggestions contained within each article, rather it is meant to be informative and give a starting point for dialogue.
For Real Influence, Listen Past Your Blind Spots
To Have Real Influence, Focus on a Great Outcome
Girls 'beat boys' in skills-based science subjects
Coveting Not a Corner Office, but Time at Home
Why Women Must Ask (The Right Way): Negotiation Advice From Stanford’s Margaret A. Neale
Title IX and the Baby Bias
The Plight of the Alpha Female
Your Company Doesn't Need a Women's Network
Why women leave academia and why universities should be worried
The Changing Face of Medical School Admissions
Why women should embrace a ‘good enough’ life
3 Tips For Women - Women At Home and Women in Business
Women in Chemistry | Chemical Heritage Foundation
Q-and-A with Mary Davis Holt: The state of women in leadership
Career advice from Fortune 500's women CEOs
How to Encourage Women to Consider STEM Majors
'Supermoms' Should Tell the Truth About Their Perfect Lives
Strategic Alliances Can Make or Break Female Leaders
Why Women Still Can’t Have It All
When Scientists Choose Motherhood
The Fall of STEM Education in America
Why the nation needs more female engineers
For women in the workplace, it's still about looks not deeds
Three Ways Women Undermine Themselves At Work
The Top 10 Worst Things About Working in a Lab
Four Ways Women Stunt Their Careers Unintentionally
The Hormones Made Her Do It