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Clem Herman

Clem Herman

About me

Clem Herman is a senior lecturer in the Department of Computing and Communications at The Open University.

Clem Herman's research

Clem Herman and Gillian Kirkup (2016) Combining feminist pedagogy and transactional distance to create gender-sensitive technology-enhanced learning, In Gender and Education 6(29)

Clem Herman (2014-02-18) Returning to STEM: gendered factors affecting employability for mature women students, In Journal of Education and Work 6(28)

Clem Herman (2015-06-21) Rebooting and rerouting: women’s articulations of frayed careers in science, engineering and technology professions, In Gender Work and Organisation 4(22)

Clem Herman (2015) Gendered careers in science, engineering and technology: transforming spaces and changing identities

Clem Herman and Jennifer Carr (2013-04) Creating a new Open Access Journal: A case study of the International Journal of Gender Science and Technology, In Research Intelligence(120)

Clem Herman, Suzan Lewis and Ann Laure Humbert (2013) Women scientists and engineers in European companies: putting motherhood under the microscope, In Gender Work and Organisation 5(20)

Clem Herman and Suzan Lewis (2012-12) Entitled to a sustainable career? Motherhood in science, engineering and technology, In Journal of Social Issues 4(68)

Clem Herman (2012-06) Returning to another place? Boundary crossing and career transitions among women science, engineering and technology professionals re-entering employment, In Gender Work and Organisation 2012: 7th Biennial International Interdisciplinary Conference

Clem Herman, Pat Morton and Jane Butcher (2012-04) Changing discourses in women and science policy: responding to austerity in gender and SET, In British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2012 - Sociology in an Age of Austerity

Clem Herman et al. (2012-04) Distance travelled: supporting women returning to STEM careers, In HEA STEM Annual Conference

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