Renetta G. Tull and Damon L. Tull
Scientists often struggle with how to improve diversity in their field, in part because the problem seems overwhelmingly complex and multi-faceted. Here we attempt to lead women, minorities and others toward success using the tool that many physicists love best: the equation.
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Publish Date: 01 September 2012
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