Some men are shy, while others are not too confident.
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The gallery’s curator, Professor Joshua Singer, said organizers contacted the alumni through faculty who recommended their work.
The show featured work by: Renee Anderson, Peter Antonelli, Rosemary Brensen, Lizette Bruckstein, Noah Guy, Mark Kelly, Joe Luttwak, Eli Myers, David Rager and Laura Urquiaga.
Cool, who has been teaching at SF State for 20 years, said that she’s seen a higher percentage of female physics and astronomy majors at SF State than in any other program around the country.
“(The high proportion is something) we’ve always been very happy about, but it’s also something that we realize and believe that we shouldn’t take for granted,” Cool said.
“Thankfully, women now make up approximately 50 percent of biology, which is phenomenal, but in terms of numbers, women are still a lower percentage of the people pursuing degrees.