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Congratulations to David Miller, graduate student in the lab, for the recognition he’s received for his work on a meta analysis of the Draw a Scientist Test including coverage from The Atlantic, BBC, Chicago Tribune, Education Week, Newsweek, Science, Science News, Smithsonian, Time, and the Washington Post. The Draw A Scientist task overall showed more drawings of female scientists in recent decades, but saw less by older children. This could mean that even though representation for women has increased in science related fields, children, as reflected in their drawings, still see more male than female scientists in their daily life.
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162 Annenberg Hall
The Uttal Lab is located in the school of education and social policy building (Annenberg Hall) in room 162. Please use the phone to the right of the door to call someone to let you in.
Address: 162 Annenberg Hall 2120 Campus Drive Evanston, IL