Basak Ozer recalls her school days when she was one of three women in an electrical engineering class of 180.
Astrid Fontaine says she was one of four females in a class of 152 pursuing manufacturing engineering degrees.
That lopsidedness once was the norm. People accepted it, Fontaine says, adding that the conventional attitude of the time was: “ʽNot many young women are interested in engineering, so what?’
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