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AASWomen Newsletter for February 23, 2018

23 Feb 2018, 17:54 UTC
AASWomen Newsletter for February 23, 2018
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AAS Committee on the Status of Women AAS Committee on the Status of WomenIssue of February 23, 2018eds: Nicolle Zellner, Heather Flewelling, Christina Thomas, and Maria PattersonThis week's issues:1. Cross-post: How to Find a Woman Scientist2. A guide to juggling fieldwork and pregnancy 3. He Became A Celebrity For Putting Science Before God. Now Lawrence Krauss Faces Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct.4. The More Gender Equality, the Fewer Women in STEM5. Sydney Wolff, First woman in the US to head a major observatory6. Job Opportunities7. How to Submit to the AASWomen Newsletter8. How to Subscribe or Unsubscribe to the AASWomen Newsletter9. Access to Past Issues of the AASWomen Newsletter1. Cross-post: How to Find a Woman ScientistFrom: Patricia Knezek via womeninastronomy.blogspot.comAn article in the Voices section of Scientific American by Katarzyna Nowak on February 12, 2018 discusses how a new database is fighting the poor visibility of women in STEM by offering female professionals as speakers, panelists, experts, course leaders and advocates for diversity and equity. Read more at http://womeninastronomy.blogspot.com/2018/02/cross-post-how-to-find-woman-scientist.html Back to top.2. A guide to juggling fieldwork and pregnancy From: Heather Flewelling [heather_at_ifa.hawaii.edu]By Emily Sohn "Conservation biologist Amy Dickman had built her career around remote fieldwork in Namibia and Tanzania — ...

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