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AASWomen Newsletter for October 11, 2019

11 Oct 2019, 21:39 UTC
AASWomen Newsletter for October 11, 2019
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AAS Committee on the Status of Women AAS Committee on the Status of WomenIssue of October 11, 2019eds: JoEllen McBride, Nicolle Zellner, Heather Flewelling, Maria Patterson, and Alessandra Aloisi From item #1 This week's issues:1. Crosspost: Women in Planetary Science, Summary from the Planetary Allyship Meeting 20192. Apology from the Blogger-in-Chief3. ‘More women are being nominated’: Nobel academy head discusses diversity4. The 1st All-Female Spacewalk Is Back on As NASA Gears Up for 10-EVA Marathon5. Suggest new names for next generation Source Extractor6. ‘Graduate school is not designed for us’: For parents in graduate programs, traditional academia and gendered expectations clash7. Ada Lovelace, Pioneer8. Too Emotional to Go to Space — 'Lucy in the Sky' Reinforces Negative Stereotypes (Op-Ed)9. 30 women in robotics you need to know about – 201910. Nobel Prize in Physics awarded to scientists, some rally behind one who never got one11. How to be your most authentic self12. NIH marquee awards for ‘high risk, high reward’ projects skew male—again13. Staying Power: a convening about postdoctoral women14. STEM Student Success: Promising Approaches from Minority Serving Institutions15. The Science of Effective Mentorship in STEMM16. Applications for the US Delegation to the 7th International Conference on Women in Physics17. ...

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