WOMEN AND SCIENCE/MATH/TECHNOLOGY
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August 13, 2007.
- Science and
Technology sites, compiled by Marlene Manoff as part of the WSSLINKS
Women and Gender Studies site from the Women's Studies Section, American Library
Association contains bibliographies, articles, directories, and information
on professional organizations.
and Technology Sites list maintained by Joan Korenman.
Gender Equity in Science Classrooms: A Guide for Faculty, Brown University,
- Assessing Women in Engineering Project, funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation, "offers exportable assessment instruments, literature resources and capacity
building tools for Women in Engineering and similar programs."
- The Gender and Science Digital Library is an online collection of vetted interactive science resources that are "gender fair, inclusive, and engaging to all students."
History of Women and Science, Health, and Technology
bibliography from the Univ. of Wisconsin System Women's Studies Librarian.
- 4,000 Years of Women
biographies, photographs, and references compiled by Sethanne Howard.
- Contributions of 20th Century
Women to Physics documents their work and provides biographical information.
- Campuses subscribing to Science Magazine can use the Science
Magazine search page
to retrieve articles from Science Magazine, Science Now, and
Science's Next Wave, via a drop-down menu. Both Science Magazine
and Science Now offer a search in "Words in Title or Abstract"
field. Search for "women" in this field to retrieve many articles
in fulltext. To search Science's Next Wave, enter the phrase "women in
science" in quotation marks in the "word(s) anywhere in article"
of Great Female Mathematicians, from Agnes Scott College, Atlanta, GA.
from The Condition of Education 1997: Women in Mathematics and Science
from the U.S. National Center for Educational Statistics.
- Women in Biology
page by biologist S.L. Forsburg contains links to resources for women biologists
and about women in biology.
and Minorities in Science and Engineering page by Ellen Spertus (old page, but one of the first of this type)
- CIC WISE Panel
is part of the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (a group of universities
primarily in the U.S. Midwest). Members are responsible for programs at each
CIC campus designed to achieve "gender equity at each step along the
science, engineering, and mathematics (SEM) pipeline."
- Waste of Talents: Turning Private Struggles into a Public Issue is a report on women and science in the ENWISE countries (Eastern and Central Europe and the Baltics) to the European Commission (2004). ENWISE=Enlarge Women in Science to East.
- Women and Scientific
Literacy is a project of the
AAC& U Project on the Status and Education of Women.
and Science: Issues and Resources bibliography
- Women and Science Program,
University of Wisconsin System
- Women in Astronomy
Web Resources, by Marlene Cummins, University of Toronto Astronomy Library.
- Women in MathWeb Project
maintained by Marie A. Vitulli.
Museum's Women in Science interviews with thirteen women scientists.
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