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AASWomen Newsletter for January 26, 2018

26 Jan 2018, 18:23 UTC
AASWomen Newsletter for January 26, 2018
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AAS Committee on the Status of Women AAS Committee on the Status of WomenIssue of January 26, 2018eds: Nicolle Zellner, Heather Flewelling, Cristina Thomas, and Maria PattersonThis week's issues:1. Cross-post: CSMA Unveils People of Color in Astronomy Listing2. The Astronomer Jocelyn Bell Burnell Looks Back on Her Cosmic Legacy3. Two astronomers, a hundred years apart, use stars to measure the universe4. Women in science fiction: If Mary Shelley invented the genre why are so few female sci-fi writers household names?5. The Loss of a Prominent Neuroscientist and Advocate for Women in Science6. Mary Somerville’s vision of science7. Job Opportunities8. How to Submit to the AASWomen Newsletter9. How to Subscribe or Unsubscribe to the AASWomen Newsletter10. Access to Past Issues of the AASWomen Newsletter1. Cross-post: CSMA Unveils People of Color in Astronomy ListingFrom: Patricia Knezek via womeninastronomy.blogspot.comThe AAS Committee on the Status of Minorities in Astronomy (CSMA) has just announced the new People of Color in Astronomy Listing on the AAS website. They encourage AAS members to use the directory for finding colloquium speakers, job candidates, and peer mentors. For the complete article, see: https://aas.org/posts/news/2017/12/csma-unveils-people-color-astronomy-listing Back to top.2. The Astronomer Jocelyn Bell Burnell Looks Back on Her Cosmic LegacyFrom: Heather Flewelling ...

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