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Improving Stem Doctoral Students’ Relationships With Their Advisors: Web Based Training In Interpersonal Problem Solving

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2009 Annual Conference & Exposition

Location

Austin, Texas

Publication Date

June 14, 2009

Start Date

June 14, 2009

End Date

June 17, 2009

ISSN

2153-5965

Conference Session

Women in Engineering Division Poster Session

Tagged Division

Women in Engineering

Page Count

14

Page Numbers

14.709.1 - 14.709.14

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https://peer.asee.org/5063

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67

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Jessica Rohlfing Arizona State University

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Jessica E. Rohlfing is a Ph.D. student in Counseling Psychology at Arizona State University. She currently works as the lead research assistant of evaluation on CareerWISE, an NSF-funded project aimed at strengthening women doctoral students' persistence in STEM fields. She earned her M.S. in General Psychology from DePaul University, and she has BS degrees in psychology and sociology from Iowa State University. Her broad research interests include interpersonal theory and the examination of the interpersonal factors that may influence the well-being of gifted and perfectionistic populations.

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Erin Kube Arizona State University

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Erin Kube is a first-year School Psychology doctoral student at Arizona State University. She is currently working as a graduate research assistant for CareerWISE, an NSF-funded project that evaluates persistence of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics doctoral programs. She has a BA in Clinical Counseling Psychology from Washington College. Her research interests include women’s academic persistence, success, and self-perceived ability.

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Brandon Yabko Arizona State University

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Erika Murguia Arizona State University

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Erika Murguia Blumenkranz is a Ph.D. student in Industrial Engineering, Department of Industrial, Systems and Operations Engineering at Arizona State University. She currently works as a graduate research associate in the CareerWISE Project, an NSF-funded project whose objective is to help women strengthen their persistence in STEM related doctoral programs. She earned her master’s degree in Quality and Productivity Systems and her BS degree in Industrial Engineering from Tecnologico de Monterrey in Mexico. Her research focuses in the dynamics of workforce protocols in manufacturing environments.

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Jennifer Bekki Arizona State University Polytechnic

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Bianca Bernstein Arizona State University

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Rohlfing, J., & Kube, E., & Yabko, B., & Murguia, E., & Bekki, J., & Bernstein, B. (2009, June), Improving Stem Doctoral Students’ Relationships With Their Advisors: Web Based Training In Interpersonal Problem Solving Paper presented at 2009 Annual Conference & Exposition, Austin, Texas. https://peer.asee.org/5063

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