Newspaper announcement of the founding of Sigma Delta Epsilon, a professional association of women in science, 1921Sigma Delta Epsilon. Alpha Chapter (Cornell University)View Full Item in Cornell University
Initiation regalia of professional association Sigma Delta EpsilonSigma Delta Epsilon. Alpha Chapter (Cornell University)View Full Item in Cornell University
Group photograph of the members of the Sigma Delta Epsilon Alpha Chapter, Cornell University, 1922Sigma Delta Epsilon. Alpha Chapter (Cornell University)View Full Item in Cornell University
Group photograph of the members of Sigma Delta Epsilon, Beta Chapter, University of Wisconsin, circa 1922View Full Image in University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
A group picture of the charter members of the Graduate Women in Science, Beta Chapter.
National meeting of Sigma Delta Epsilon (now known as Graduate Women in Science)View Full Image in University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
A group photo of members of the Graduate Women in Science organization, taken at a national meeting.
Article describing women’s participation at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1923Sigma Delta Epsilon. Alpha Chapter (Cornell University)View Full Item in Cornell University
Oral history interview with botanist and professor Ethel K. Allen, 1982Allen, Ethel K, Collins, Dorothy and Smail, LauraView Full Item in University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
In her December 1982 interview with Dorothy Collins and Laura Smail, Ethel K. Allen talks about her five decades of collaboration with Oscar Allen and service to the University of Wisconsin-Madison. S…
Transcript of oral history interviews with three California women in botany, 1987View Full Item in University of California Libraries (archive.org)
“War Industries Need Women Technicians,” cover of brochure from Cornell University Engineering, Science, and Management War Training program, 1942-1943View Full Item in Cornell University
Cover of a brochure for the Engineering, Science, and Management War Training Office, Cornell University
The Outlook for Women in Science, a series of bulletins from the United States Department of Labor Women’s Bureau, 1948-1949United States. Women's BureauView Full Text in University of Illinois
Planned, directed [and written] by Marguerite Wykoff Zapoleon and completed with the assistance of Elsie Katcher Goodman and Mary H. Brilla. Includes bibliographical references. pt. 1. Science--pt. 2…
Clipping from The Christian Science Monitor describing how opportunities for women in engineering, science, and technology will be broadened due to defense mobilization, 1952Miller, GraceView Full Item in Claremont Colleges Library
Potential opportunities for women in engineering, science, and technology related to defense mobilization.
Children’s “Microscope and Lab Set,” depicting boys, 1957A.C. GilbertView Full Item in National Museum of American History
This is a simple compound monocular with push-tube focus, hinged joint, square stage, sub-stage mirror, and square base. It comes with slides and apparatus for simple chemical experiments. The box rea…
Speech given by Sistern Antonius Kennelly to the American Association of University women outlining women’s roles in atomic energy, 1958Kennelly, Antonius, 1901-1995View Full Item in St. Catherine University
Speech given by Sister Antonius Kennelly to the American Association of University Women on women's role in the discovery and application of atomic energy. The three scientiests discussed are Marie Cu…
Oral history interview with geneticist and professor Lorraine Meisner, including discussion of gender discrimination cases, 2003Meisner, Lorraine, Coleman, JoyceView Full Item in University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Childhood; Undergraduate education at Wayne University; MA in anthropology and PhD in zoology and genetics at University of Chicago; Work in Boston, Virginia and Palo Alto; Appointment to Wisconsin St…
Oral history interview with biologist and professor Marion Namenwirth about women and gender in scientific professions, 2004Marion Namenwirth, Joyce ColemanView Full Item in University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
In her March 27, 2004 interview Marion Namenwirth discusses her childhood, her interest in biology, and later her undergraduate and graduate education in genetics and embryonic development at Indiana…
Oral history interview with biologist and women’s rights activist Carol Tempel, 2015View Full Item in The Citadel Archives & Museum
Carol Tempel was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1941 to first generation Polish and German- Czechoslovakian parents. Her father was a Roman Catholic Democrat and her mother a Missouri Synod Lutheran Rep…
Plaque of Western Union Telegram congratulating Sally Ride and emphasizing the positive impact of her frist spaceflight for all women, 1983View Full Item in National Air and Space Museum
This plaque owned by Dr. Sally K. Ride displays a laminated telegram from Evelyn Murray-Lenthall congratulating Ride on behalf of the Society of Women Engineers for her historic flight aboard STS-7, w…
Society of Women Geographers pennant, flown into space by Dr. Kathryn Sullivan in 1984View Full Item in National Air and Space Museum
Kathryn Sullivan, the first U.S. woman to perform a spacewalk, took this pennant on the STS 41-G mission aboard Space Shuttle Challenger in 1984. It bears the insignia of the Society of Woman Geograph…
Directory of federal research and development agency programs for women, minorities, and physically handicapped persons, 1985View Full Text in University of Minnesota
Cover title: A Directory of federal R&D agencies' programs to attract women, minorities, and the physically handicapped to careers in science and engineering. NSF 85-51.
Contextual factors in education: improving science and mathematics education for minorities and women, report prepared for the National Research Council, 1987View Full Text in University of Michigan
Bibliography: p. 95-104.
Transcript of a 1988 House Committee hearing on women, minorities, and those with disabilities in science and technologyUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. Subcommittee on Science, Research, and TechnologyView Full Text in Penn State University
No. 134". Includes bibliographical references.
Oral history interview with plant pathologist and professor Jo Handelsman, including the climate for women in the sciences and the Women in Science and Engineering Leadership Institute, 2006Handelsman, Jo, Pfahler, SandyView Full Item in University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Family background; Early education; Undergraduate study at New York University and Cornell; Graduate study at University of Wisconsin; Climate for women in the sciences; Postdoc at UW; Faculty positio…
Final report and recommendations of the United States Task Force on Women, Minorities, and the Handicapped in Science and Technology, 1989United States. Task Force on Women, Minorities, and the Handicapped in Science and TechnologyView Full Item in MBLWHOI Library
Oral history interview with university administrator Pierre Sokolsky covering ACCESS program to train and retain women in the sciences, 2011Sokolsky, PierreView Full Text in University of Utah - J. Willard Marriott Library
Typescript (33 pages) by Anne Peterson with Pierre Sokolsky, July 12, 2011 The son of a professor of Russian literature and language, Dr. Sokolsky had originally wanted to study medicine but serendipi…
Book cover for “Myths of Gender,” by Anne Fausto-Sterling, 1992Louise Fili, American, b. 1951View Full Item in Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Research in Progress
Transcript of a 1994 House Committee Hearing on gender bias and other issues facing female students in K-12 science and mathematics educationUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. Subcommittee on EnergyView Full Text in Penn State University
Statistical report on women in mathematics and science, by the National Center for Education Statistics, 1997View Full Text in University of Minnesota
NCES 97-982. September 1997"--P.  of cover. Shipping list no.: 98-0008-P. Cover title. Includes bibliographical references.
Transcript of a 1998 House Committee hearing on H.R. 3007, The Advancement of Women in Science, Engineering, and Technology Development ActUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Science. Subcommittee on TechnologyView Full Text in Penn State University
No. 53. Shipping list no.: 98-0351-P. Distributed to some depository libraries in microfiche. Includes bibliographical references.
Report from “Achieving XXcellence in Science: Advancing Women’s Contributions to Science through Professional Societies,” 1999AXXS '99 (1999 : Washington, D.C.)View Full Item in United States Government Publishing Office (GPO)
Title from title screen (viewed on Feb. 9, 2009). Includes bibliographical references (p. 113-119).
Pin from Sally Ride Science, an organization created to promote science education to girls, circa 2000sView Full Item in National Air and Space Museum
This Sally Ride Science pin was owned by Dr. Sally K. Ride. She served as president and CEO of the company which she founded in 2001 along with Dr. Tam O'Shaughnessy, Dr. Karen Flammer, and two like-m…
Report on gender and race gaps in college science and engineering education, by the National Center for Education Statistics, 2000Huang, GaryView Full Item in United States Government Publishing Office (GPO)
August 2000. NCES 2000-601. Not distributed to depository libraries in a physical form. Includes bibliographical references (p. 91-98). Available via Internet from the NCES web site (PDF only). Addres…
Transcript of a 2000 House Committee hearing on recommendations to attract more women and minorities into science, engineering, and technologyUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Science. Subcommittee on TechnologyView Full Text in Penn State University
Serial no. 106-83. Shipping list no.: 2001-0036-P. Distributed to some depository libraries in microfiche. Includes bibliographical references.
Oral history interview with chemist and professor Helen Blackwell covering the campus climate for women at University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2007Blackwell, Helen, Pfahler, SandyView Full Item in University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
In her May 9, 2007 interview Helen Blackwell describes her childhood and early education in the Cleveland, Ohio area, undergraduate chemistry major at Oberlin College, graduate study at California Ins…
Brochure of the Women’s Advisory Committee of Goddard Space Flight Center, circa 2003View Full Text in University of California
Shipping list no.: 2003-0179-P. Federal Women's Program"--P. .
“New Formulas for America’s Workforce,” a compilation of project descriptions from the National Science Foundation’s Gender in Science and Engineering program, 2003View Full Item in United States Government Publishing Office (GPO)
Includes index. NSF 03-207. Includes bibliographical references.
“Women’s participation in the sciences has increased, but agencies need to do more…” Government Accountability Office report to Congress, 2004United States. Government Accountability OfficeView Full Item in MBLWHOI Library
“Women’s Work Counts” magnet from the Association of Women in Science and U.S. Department of Energy, circa 2000sAssociation for Women in Science, United States. Department of EnergyView Full Item in Georgia State University. Libraries. Special Collections
The Nancy N. Boothe papers, 1980-2009 [bulk 1990-1997], are composed of articles, notes, reports and a wide variety of feminist publications. Much of the material documents the U.N. Fourth World Confe…
Transforming science and engineering: advancing academic women, a book of essays, 2007View Full Text in University of Michigan
Includes index. Includes bibliographical references and index. Analyzing the problem of women in science and engineering : why do we need institutional transformation? / Abigail J. Stewart--Transformi…
Transcript of a 2007 House Committee hearing on women in academic science and engineering, including barriers to recruitment and retentionUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Technology (2007). Subcommittee on Research and Science EducationView Full Text in Penn State University
Serial no. 110-65. Shipping list no.: 2008-0197-P. Distributed to some depository libraries in microfiche. Includes bibliographical references. 530 Also available via Internet from the GPO Access web…
Brochure of the National Science Foundation’s ADVANCE program to increase participation and advancement of women in academic science and engineering careers, circa 2009View Full Item in United States Government Publishing Office (GPO)
Title from title screen (viewed on Dec. 5, 2011). NSF 09-41"--P. .
Film of author Rebecca M. Jordan-Young, discussing her book “Brain Storm: The Flaws in the Sciences of Sex Differences,” 2010Jordan-Young, Rebecca MView Full Item in WGBH
Rebecca M. Jordan-Young, an expert in the biological components of sex, gender, and sexuality discusses her new book, Brain Storm: The Flaws in the Sciences of Sex Differences.Female and male brains a…
Women in engineering: statistical analysis of ACT data and proposed procedure to reverse trend, journal article, 2011Furse, Cynthia M, Iskander, Tiffany, Gore, Paul, Bergerson, AmyView Full Text in University of Utah
Journal Article Women have historically been underrepresented both in college majors and professional careers in STEM fields. This disparity can be observed in many countries, though it is most eviden…
Who’s a Scientist? (MFA thesis film), 2011Spadola, Quinn AceliaView Full Item in Montana State University--Bozeman
Kids in a Bozeman, MT classroom are asked to draw a scientist. Most of the scientists that they draw are male. The scientists they identify are mostly Einstein or Thomas Edison. Only a very few draw t…
Issue of University of Scranton faculty magazine focusing on women in scinece, 2013University of Scranton. Office of Public RelationsView Full Item in University of Scranton
An issue of Ignite, a publication about University of Scranton faculty and student teaching, research, and learning.
Feminine STEM Role Models, a dissertation by Diana E. Betz, 2013Betz, Diana EView Full Text in University of Michigan
Dissertation (Ph.D.)--University of Michigan. Includes bibliographical references. measure implicit associations between STEM-related words and photos representing unfeminine appearance, as opposed to…
Organizational Support, Satisfaction, and STEM Research Career Plans in Pipeline Interventions: A Strengths-Based Approach among Underrepresented Students, a dissertation by TaShara C. Bailey, 2015Bailey, TaShara CView Full Text in University of Michigan
Dissertation (Ph.D.)--University of Michigan. PhD Includes bibliographical references. program satisfaction, and (2) a significant but modest relationship between program satisfaction and STEM researc…