Mimi Wolverton

About

Mimi Wolverton graduated from Northern Illinois University with an undergraduate degree in mathematics and a minor in geology in 1967. She encountered no women on the faculty in either department. That year, women in STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) accounted for 8 percent of PhDs. and less than 25 percent of baccalaureate degrees. After working a number of years in heavy construction, she earned both an MBA and a PhD in education leadership and policy studies at Arizona State University and spent several years in academia, retiring in 2007 as a full professor.

Author's Books

Journeys to Leadership Series Series

Breaking In

Women's Accounts of How Choices Shape STEM Careers

Paperback
$25.00
E-Book (ePub)
$25.00
Journeys to Leadership Series Series

Answering the Call

African American Women in Higher Education Leadership

Paperback
$29.95
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$135.00
Journeys to Leadership Series Series

Women at the Top

What Women University and College Presidents Say About Effective Leadership

Paperback
$25.00