Women at Hope College in the 1930's and 1940'sMain MenuWomen At Hope in the 1930's and 1940'sHomeDiversity StatementDiversity StatementIntroduction to PathwaysWhat are pathways and how do you use them?Enrollment PathwayOverarching Pathway for Enrollment Data Throughout the 1930's and 1940'sSTEM PathwayOverarching Pathway for the History of STEM for women in the 1930's and 1940'sFaculty PathwayOverarching Pathway for Female Faculty in the 1930's and 1940's1930's PathwayOverarching Pathway for 1930's Life at Hope1940's PathwayOverarching Pathway through the 1940's at HopeConclusionThis page concludes our research. Thank you for reading about our project.Table of ContentsJump to any page you're interested in!Grace Pettinger184622d78a978911e2bfdd66bbb19f663dd01390Maria Seidl0869508ba0ec90ac5bbe111a5342c219b214a290Brooke Carbaugh278ce982fd45dd6db533b61aadc327bf82a35c58Funded by the John H. Dryfhout ‘64 Research Grant
STEM fields, Missionary Work and Social Expectations
1media/1948 milestone biology club pg 93 .png2021-07-08T18:38:21+00:00Grace Pettinger184622d78a978911e2bfdd66bbb19f663dd0139012Secondary Pathway for STEM Dataimage_header2021-07-13T19:07:21+00:00Grace Pettinger184622d78a978911e2bfdd66bbb19f663dd01390Journey through the complex expectations of women and the pressure to choose a major that would prepare them for their future. STEM challenged the norm but did it provide new opportunities? Individual women's experience majoring in STEM fields in the 1930's and 1940's and their subsequent missionary work tell an interesting story.
Please enjoy to clicking through this learning Pathway or return to the Home page to find another pathway or to the Table of Contents to select a specific page you find interesting.
12021-07-06T15:16:49+00:00Maria Seidl0869508ba0ec90ac5bbe111a5342c219b214a290Women in STEM - Data Analysis21plain2021-07-13T20:03:26+00:00Grace Pettinger184622d78a978911e2bfdd66bbb19f663dd01390
12021-06-29T16:53:19+00:00Maria Seidl0869508ba0ec90ac5bbe111a5342c219b214a290Missionaries and STEM19This page details the link between majoring in STEM and becoming a missionary.plain2021-07-28T18:36:19+00:00Maria Seidl0869508ba0ec90ac5bbe111a5342c219b214a290
12021-06-28T15:22:47+00:00Grace Pettinger184622d78a978911e2bfdd66bbb19f663dd01390Social Treatment of Women at Hope in the 1930's49The experiences of women at Hope throughout the decadeplain2021-08-02T13:24:37+00:00Grace Pettinger184622d78a978911e2bfdd66bbb19f663dd01390
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12021-07-09T17:40:27+00:00Introduction to Pathways5What are pathways and how do you use them?plain2021-07-14T13:49:31+00:00
Welcome to our interactive book that allows you to choose your own journey to take through our website. We have created specific pathways based on topic, analytical theme, and time period that allow you to experience the content in a number of ways. We have drawn these connections as we have analyzed our research. The creation of this pathway process has allowed us to better analyze and connect different themes throughout our research and view our findings in completely different ways. We hope that this allows you to do the same and expands your learning experience. We have designed these pathways to go in sequential order as listed. Of course, if you find other connections that we have not listed, feel free to learn in your own path by using the table of contents page attached at the bottom of each page or in the top left hand corner of your screen in order to find specific topics or pages that interest you.