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2006 Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings
Do gender differences exist in the interests and attitudes of biological engineering students? Undergraduate engineering students participated in a voluntary survey designed to help understand this issue. First, to determine whether males and females received different academic preparation, prior to entering engineering, the survey examined mathematics, science, and technical course work taken in high school. Second, in acknowledgement of entering engineering students fewer "hand'son"doi:10.18260/1-2--1037 fatcat:thmiebdiwfb4dh5lldupu37i7u