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Kathy Enger, North Dakota State University
Why I Can't Afford ALA Dues ...
Why I Can't Afford ALA Dues After Fifteen Years in the Profession by Kathy B. Enger (Kathy.Enger@ndsu.nodak.edu)
...Kathy B. Enger is Social Science Librarian at North Dakota State University.She holds a B.A. from the College of St. Catherine in St. Paul, an M.L.S. from the University of Iowa, and has almost completed her doctorate at the University of North Dakota.
Kathy B. Enger, an assistant ...
Kathy B. Enger, an assistant professor, and Manjusha Saraswathiamma, a graduate student at the school in Fargo, N.D., have launched the study in an effort to explain the adaptability of female engineers in the engineering profession, which has long been identified as a male-dominated field, and one that traditionally does not draw or retain many women.
and Saraswathiamma say they plan to use the results of this study to develop a method to determine the factors that lead to adaptablity for females in the engineering workforce.
Kathy Brock Enger.
Kathy Brock Enger (United States)
Social Science Librarian
Ms. Enger is completing her doctorate in educational leadership, with a concentration in higher education.
work in academic libraries in the United States, she
has experienced a lack of encouragement to excel, to lead, and to create opportunity for women.
Within professions with high concentrations of women, new leadership models need to emerge, to create opportunity for women and encourage leadership development.
The focus of Ms. Enger's
research is to determine various aspects of the growth and development of disciplines and seek to learn how women can become more effective leaders in their respective academic areas.
has two children, ages 11 and 13.
degrees include a B.A. College of St. Catherine
, an M.A. from the University of Iowa, and nearly a doctorate (A.B.D.) from the University of North Dakota
February 2003 Conference
Kathy B. Enger, Social Sciences Librarian
This session is designed to demonstrate how several departments at the College of st. Catherine
use this technology.The Occupational Therapy Assistant Program and Education Department have used this technology for assessment purposes and to meet professional and educational standards.The career development office has created e-portfolios used by students to market themselves for graduate school and for the professional job search.Small group discussion between participants will explore objectives and outcomes needed for successful implementation.Sample e-portfolios will be shown; handouts and a student perspective will be shared.
1G: Technology and Faculty Inspiration/Intimidation