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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).
Rosser, Sue V. “Why Gender Bias in Science Matters”. From the Square, NYU Press blog. (March 22, 2013).

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

Rosser, Sue V. “When to Collaborate”. Inside Higher Ed. (May 7, 2012).
Rosser, Sue V. “Pregnancy and Science Careers”. Inside Higher Ed. (April 4, 2012).

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

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).

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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