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The Engineering Pathway (EP) is a portal to high-quality teaching and learning resources in applied science and math, engineering, computer science/information technology and engineering technology, for use by K-12 and university educators and students. EP is the engineering education "wing" of the National Science Digital Library (NSDL).

 

 

Iowa Alumni Magazine

Women Mean Business
by Tina Owen

What's the outlook for the fabled glass ceiling—and career-minded women —in today's changing world of work?

 

 

Minnesota Women's Press

Still lonely at the top Career & Work Feature:
by Kendall Anderson

Want to learn more?...
Climbing the Corporate Ladder in High Heels by Kathleen Archambeau

 

 

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High heels to the top
Women must learn to use skills to carve out a successful career, happy life

There are 63 million working women in America, but fewer than 2 percent of the nation's largest companies have female chief executives. Though women make up 50 percent of the work force, women with families still perform 90 percent of the household chores and child-care duties. And among corporate women over 40, more than 40 percent have never married or had children. What's wrong with this picture? ... more

 

 

aliyana magazine

ELEVATION OUT OF POVERTY THROUGH SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

The book titled “Climbing the corporate ladder in high heels”, is every woman’s guide to being successful in business without neglecting being a woman. For most women in African countries, this remains a dream…

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Thursday, April 7, 2011 (click for video)

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Iowa Alum -- Kathleen Archambeau -- Supports the Iowa Writers' Workshop

A University of Iowa graduate, Kathleen Archambeau, M.A., is focused on creating one of the first Iowa Writers' Workshop legacy scholarships dedicated to supporting the work of aspiring LGBT writers.

Read the article in the Daily Iowan

 


Nov 1, 2009
LA Times Magazine

 

The Other Woman Named Top 10 by L.A. Times Magazine

 
 
March 31, 2009 
Forum: 'Six Billion Paths for Peace'- Women come together for day long reflection of values

 
  Sep 4, 2006  WOMEN SOLIDARITY - Changing Minds for Women Equality  
 
  Sep 1, 2006  HNU Today  
 
  Aug 15, 2006  Special Section: Learning Curve  
 
  Aug 15, 2006  Her Voice  
 
  Aug 8, 2006  Cheryl Hall: Femininity need not be a career casualty, trainer says  
 
  Aug 8, 2006  Capitalizing on the 'Her' Mentality; Corporate Trainer Says Femininity Needn't Be a Career Casualty  
 
  July, 2006  Purdue University WBAA Public Radio - Featured Books  
 
  July, 2006  SJSU Alumni Newsletter July 2006  
 
  July 25, 2006  How women can succeed in business - By Teresa M. McAleavy  
 
  July 11, 2006  Chapter News July 2006 - National Writers Union SF Bay Area Chapter  
 
  July 1, 2006  Why Climb a Ladder in High Heels? - By Lori Hope  
 
  June 2, 2006  Forbes.com review, "Glass Ceilings"
"Kathleen Archambeau sets out to help professional women navigate the challenges in striving for corporate success, while maintaining some semblance of a balanced life...Archambeau does hit on some important issues. For instance, she stresses the importance of team building and the willingness to share credit at work, rather than scheming for individual credit (what goes around comes around)...(and) also offers expertise on work productivity, networking, salary negotiations and other work-life issues. Those who...absorb her substantive insights will come away with some valuable advice."
 
 
  June 1, 2006  Unique Books Inc. Monthly Book Selection online.  
 
  May 22, 2006  MSNCBC.com
There are 63 million working women in America, but fewer than 2 percent of the nation's largest companies have female chief executives.
 
 
  May 17, 2006  Miami Herald Review  
 
  May 17, 2006  Carnegie Mellon "High Heels to the Top"  
 
  May 17, 2006  "High Heels to the Top", article by Kathleen Archambeau for Forbes Magazine online.  
 
  May 1, 2006  Hewlett-Packard Teams Up with Local Author at VIP Reception for Professional Businesswomen of California Conference  
 
  April 24, 2006  Kathleen Archambeau Press Release  
 

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