Catherine Riegle-Crumb
Catherine Riegle-Crumb
Professor of STEM Education and Sociology, University of Texas at Austin
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Who wants to have a career in science or math? Exploring adolescents' future aspirations by gender and race/ethnicity
C Riegle‐Crumb, C Moore, A Ramos‐Wada
Science Education 95 (3), 458-476, 2011
Questioning a white male advantage in STEM: Examining disparities in college major by gender and race/ethnicity
C Riegle-Crumb, B King
Educational Researcher 39 (9), 656-664, 2010
The more things change, the more they stay the same? Prior achievement fails to explain gender inequality in entry into STEM college majors over time
C Riegle-Crumb, B King, E Grodsky, C Muller
American Educational Research Journal 49 (6), 1048-1073, 2012
Opportunities for learning: Course sequences and positional advantages
B Schneider, CB Swanson, C Riegle-Crumb
Social Psychology of Education 2 (1), 25-53, 1997
The path through math: Course sequences and academic performance at the intersection of race-ethnicity and gender
C Riegle-Crumb
American Journal of Education 113 (1), 101-122, 2006
The social dynamics of mathematics coursetaking in high school
KA Frank, C Muller, KS Schiller, C Riegle-Crumb, AS Mueller, R Crosnoe, ...
American Journal of Sociology 113 (6), 1645-1696, 2008
The role of gender and friendship in advanced course taking
C Riegle-Crumb, G Farkas, C Muller
Sociology of Education 79 (3), 206-228, 2006
Racial-ethnic differences at the intersection of math course-taking and achievement
C Riegle-Crumb, E Grodsky
Sociology of Education 83 (3), 248-270, 2010
Exploring bias in math teachers’ perceptions of students’ ability by gender and race/ethnicity
C Riegle-Crumb, M Humphries
Gender & Society 26 (2), 290-322, 2012
Peer group contexts of girls’ and boys’ academic experiences
R Crosnoe, C Riegle‐Crumb, S Field, K Frank, C Muller
Child development 79 (1), 139-155, 2008
Those who choose and those who don’t: Social background and college orientation
E Grodsky, C Riegle-Crumb
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 627 (1 …, 2010
Marital transitions, parenting, and schooling: Exploring the link between family-structure history and adolescents' academic status
SE Cavanagh, KS Schiller, C Riegle-Crumb
Sociology of education 79 (4), 329-354, 2006
More girls go to college: Exploring the social and academic factors behind the female postsecondary advantage among Hispanic and White students
C Riegle-Crumb
Research in Higher Education 51 (6), 573-593, 2010
Race and academic achievement in racially diverse high schools: Opportunity and stratification
C Muller, C Riegle-Crumb, KS Schiller, L Wilkinson, KA Frank
Teachers College record (1970) 112 (4), 1038, 2010
Identifying positions from affiliation networks: Preserving the duality of people and events
S Field, KA Frank, K Schiller, C Riegle-Crumb, C Muller
Social networks 28 (2), 97-123, 2006
Puberty and the education of girls
SE Cavanagh, C Riegle-Crumb, R Crosnoe
Social psychology quarterly 70 (2), 186-198, 2007
Gender, self-perception, and academic problems in high school
R Crosnoe, C Riegle-Crumb, C Muller
Social problems 54 (1), 118-138, 2007
Does STEM stand out? Examining racial/ethnic gaps in persistence across postsecondary fields
C Riegle-Crumb, B King, Y Irizarry
Educational Researcher 48 (3), 133-144, 2019
The gender gap in high school physics: Considering the context of local communities
C Riegle‐Crumb, C Moore
Social Science Quarterly 95 (1), 253-268, 2014
The cross-national context of the gender gap in math and science
C Riegle-Crumb
The social organization of schooling, 227-243, 2005
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