Handout Groups

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What has gender to do with cognitive abilities?
Week 1: Thurs 1/9 1. Abigael Quincena
2. Sarah Lizotte
3. Madison Wells
The Summers controversy and media coverage
Week 2: Tues 1/14 1.Juliana Kobieski
2.Morgan Betterton
Week 2: Thurs 1/16 1. Andrew Perez
2. Alice Liang
3. Kathy Hieng
Historical evidence about women in science, part I
Week 3: Tues 1/21 1. Kiana Laing
2. Chiehning Feng
3. Kao-Ting Hsu
Week 3: Thurs 1/23 1. Gabriel Bernstein
2. Lucia Vazquez
3. Gladys Chow
Historical evidence about women in science, part II
Week 4: Tues 1/28 1. Greg Valdivia
2. Jason Soto
3. Yat Ning Wong
Week 4: Thurs 1/30 1. Joseph Kim
2. Olivia Liang
3. Peggy Tsai
Masculinity and trust in science
Week 5: Thurs 2/6 1. Sherilyn Reus
2. Karen Sanchez
3. Lindsay McGary
Mileva Einstein & the question of scientific authorship
Week 6: Thurs 2/13

Einstein’s
Wife Notes

1. SungEun (Jennifer) Bae
2. Shannon Fishman
3. Vanessa Montes
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1. Chuqian (Sarah) Ye
2. Madi Motoyasu
Cognitive differences & social processes
Week 7: Tues 2/18 1. Seunghee Han
2. Ji Yun Moon
3. Bionca Htun
Week 7: Thurs 2/20 1. Lilian Diaz
2. Jorge Hechavarria
3. Leslie Granados
Educational practices & gender differences, part 1
Week 8: Tues 2/25 1. Rachel Juntz
2. Sofia Pernas
3. Zhixian Ren
Week 8: Thurs 2/27 1. Simon Jung
2. Desiree Wenceslao
3. Wing Law
Educational practices & gender differences, part 2
Week 9: Thurs 3/6 1. Jacob Wise
2. Tiara Gardner
3. Lauren Johnston
Rethinking practices of knowledge-making
Week 10: Tues 3/11 1. Atanaz Namvar
2. James Lieu
3. Shannon Hayon
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