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Book Reviews and Invited Short Articles

Rosser, Sue V. “Thoughts Triggered by ‘How to be a ‘Woman Programmer’”. From the Square, NYU Press blog.

(May 29, 2013). http://www.fromthewquare.org/?p=4935.
Rosser, Sue V. “Why Gender Bias in Science Matters”. From the Square, NYU Press blog. (March 22, 2013).

http://www.fromthesquare.org/?p=4599.


Rosser, Sue V. “Judging the Environment”. Inside Higher Ed. (June 4, 2012).

http://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2012/06/04essay-how.


Rosser, Sue V. “When to Collaborate”. Inside Higher Ed. (May 7, 2012). http://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2012/05/07/essay-collaboration.
Rosser, Sue V. “Pregnancy and Science Careers”. Inside Higher Ed. (April 4, 2012).

http://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2012/04/04/essay-issues-facing.


Rosser, Sue V. “From Scientist to Administrator”, Inside Higher Ed. ((April 25, 2012).

http://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2012/04/25/essay-female-scientist.


Rosser, Sue V. "A Review of Patti Lather's Engaging Science Policy from the Side of the Messy ." Cultural Studies

of Science Education. (2011) 6: 243-250.
Rosser, Sue V. "Review of Lives in Science: How Institutions Affect Academic Careers by Joseph Hermanowicz.

Isis. in press.
Rosser, Sue V. and Mark Zachary Taylor. “Why are We Still Worried about Women in Science?” Academe 95(3):

(2009) 6-10.


Rosser, Sue V. “More than Add Women and Stir?” Sex Roles 60(9) (2009): 757.
Rosser, Sue V. and Mark Zachary Taylor. “Economic Security: Expanding Women’s Participation in US Science”.

Harvard International Review. (Fall, 2008): 20-24.
Rosser, Sue V. and Zak Taylor. “Why Women Leave Science: Fixing the Leaky STEM Pipeline Has Become a

Matter of National Competitiveness.” MIT Technology Review (January/February, 2009): M17-M19.


Rosser, Sue V. “Keys to the Engineering Gateway: Using Creative Technology to Retain Women and

Underrepresented Students.” On Campus with Women 37(2) (2008). http://www.accu.org/ocww/volume37_2/contents.cfm.


Rosser, Sue V. “Denice Denton: A Memorial Tribute”. NWSA Action 18(1) (2006): 22-23.
Rosser, Sue V. “A Dean’s Perspective on Women’s Studies,” In NWSA Program Administrators Handboook.
Rosser, Sue V. “Testing Theories for the Gender Differences” Science, 2003. 302(5650): 1560-1561.
Daniels, Jane Z. and Sue V. Rosser. “Examining the problem of underrepresentation through a study of award-winning women faculty.” AWIS Magazine, 2003, Vol. 32 (3): 12-21.
Rosser, Sue V. “From individual to institutional solutions to attract and retain women in science and engineering.” AWIS Magazine Winter Issue, 2002, 31(1): 23-27.
Rosser, Sue V. “Attracting and retaining women in science and engineering.” 2003, Academe, 89(4): 24-28.
Rosser, Sue V. “Is Science Multicultural?” by Sandra Harding. Women’s Studies International Forum, 1999, 22(3): 452.
Rosser, Sue V. “Women in the Biological Sciences: A Biobibliographic Sourcebook” in American Journal of Human Biology 10, 1998: 397-398.
Rosser, Sue V. "The Human Genome Project: and the Future of Health Care" Academic Medicine, 1997, 72(12): 1122-1123.
Rosser, Sue V. "At the Top of the Agenda: Review of Roberta Altman's Waking Up, Fighting Back: The Politics of Breast Cancer." In Women's Review of Books. Vol. XIII, no.2, 1996: 22.
Rosser, Sue V. "Gerry Pearlberg's Women, AIDS, & Communities." In AIDS Education and Prevention--An Interdisciplinary Journal. 1993.
Rosser, Sue V. "Delivering Motherhood: Maternal Ideologies and Practices in the 19th and 20th Centuries and Labor Pains: Modern Midwives and Home Birth." In Journal of the History of Sexuality 3, no. 1, 1992: 151-153.
Rosser, Sue V. "Women, Health, and Healing." In NWSA Journal 3, no. 1, 1991: 147-151.
Rosser, S.V. "Pat Hynes' The Recurring Silent Spring." In Signs 15, no. 4, 1990: 872-873.
Rosser, Sue V. "Lynda Birke's Women, Feminism, and Biology." In Women's Studies International Forum 11, no. 2, 1988: 168.
Rosser, Sue V. "Myths of Gender: Biological Theories About Women and Men and Women in Science: A Report from the Field." In Signs 12, no. 2, 1987: 402-405.
Rosser, Sue V. "Fausto-Sterling, A. Myths of Gender." In SEWSA Newsletter 13, Winter 1986.
Rosser, Sue V. "Tortora, G.J. Principles of Human Anatomy." In BIOS: A Quarterly Journal of Biology 55, no. 2, 1984.





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