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Women in Science and Engineering: Increasing their Numbers in the 1990s BIBLIOGRAPHY AFL-CIO. 1990. Public Employees: Facts at a Glance. Washington, D.C.: AFL-CIO Public Employee Department. Ahern, Nancy C., and Elizabeth L. Scott. 1981. Career Outcomes in a Matched Sample of Men and Women Ph.D.s: An Analytical Report. Washington, D.C.:National Academy Press. American Association of University Women. 1988. The First Hundred Years. Washington, D.C.: AAUW. American Council on Education (ACE), Commission on Women in Higher Education. 1988. Education the Majority: Women Challenge Tradition in Higher Education. Washington, D.C.: ACE. ——. 1991. The ACE Fact Book on Women in Higher Education. Washington, D.C.: ACE. American Geological Institute (AGI). Geotimes (a monthly publication). Alexandria, Va.: AGI. American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). Engineering Education (a monthly publication). Washington, D.C.: ASEE. Anderson, Mary R. 1990. Graduate reentry/career change program in industrial engineering. In Women in Engineering Conference: A National Initiative (conference proceedings). Jane Z. Daniels, ed. West Lafayette, Ind.: Purdue University. Arnold, Karen. 1989. Retaining high-achieving women in science and engineering. In Women in Science and Engineering: Changing Vision to Reality. M. L. Matyas and S. M. Malcore, eds. Washington, D.C.: American Association for the Advancement of Science. Association of American Colleges (AAC), Project on the Status and Education of Women (PSEW). On Campus with Women (a quarterly publication). Washington, D.C.: AAC. Atkinson, Richard C. 1988. Bold steps are needed to educate the next generation of scientists. The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 2, p. B1. Babco, Eleanor. 1985. Salaries of Scientists, Engineers and Technicians . Washington, D.C.: Scientific Manpower Commission (now the Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology). Belsky, Jay. 1989. Day Care Research: Implications for Employment. Executive Summary of a presentation on ''Marriage, Family, and Scientific Careers" at the annual meeting of the American

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