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2006 Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings
The relative performances of males and females are analyzed for two individual projects in a sophomore engineering design class. The first project could be described as creative design for both groups and required the building, testing and describing of devices to tell time using the sun. The females outperformed the males by a considerable margin in all aspects of the project. In the second project, requiring the explanation and demonstration of devices (elements of drive trains) largelydoi:10.18260/1-2--471 fatcat:osuzxz65qndebcd3xxmtu7fdha