Yes! I’ll have to get a copy of this survey, as reported in Inside Higher Ed and highlighted by the ASEE aggregator:

Inside Higher Ed (11/20, Grasgreen) reported a survey conducted by Worcester Polytechnic Institute researchers to see how its project-based curriculum impacted “students in the long term” came across “evidence that WPI’s approach to engineering education appeared to be substantially more effective for women, suggesting that a project-based curriculum may boost female success in the” STEM fields. WPI students must complete two projects. One project must address an interdisciplinary problem. The other must address “a problem in the student’s major field.” More than 60 percent of the female respondents to the survey said the curriculum “helped them understand the connections between technology and society ‘much’ or ‘very much.’”