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AASWomen Newsletter for October 18, 2019

18 Oct 2019, 19:00 UTC
AASWomen Newsletter for October 18, 2019
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AAS Committee on the Status of Women AAS Committee on the Status of Women Issue of October 18, 2019 eds: JoEllen McBride, Nicolle Zellner, Heather Flewelling, Maria Patterson, and Alessandra Aloisi This week's issues: 1. US Delegation to the 7th International Conference on Women in Physics 2. Are We Pressuring Students to Choose a Hostile STEM? 3. The Style-Quantifying Astrophysicists of Silicon Valley 4. Viewpoint: Feynman, Harassment, and the Culture of Science 5. Doris Lessing at 100: roving time and space 6. Trailblazer in astronomy and science is Delaware's contribution to innovation coin series 7. How I overcame impostor syndrome after leaving academia 8. Shared parental leave: making it work for the whole family 9. Why the 2019 Nobel Prizes in STEM struggled with diversity 10. Once, most famous scientists were men. But that’s changing. 11. Transitioning from postdoc researcher to gig-economy scientist 12. NASA's First All-Female Spacewalk Set For Friday 13. Working Scientist podcast: How to inspire young women to consider scientific careers 14. Award recognizes efforts to inspire girls to pursue science careers 15. REGISTER NOW: Astro2020 Webinar on October 28 at 1:30pm ET 16. Extreme Galaxies and their Extreme Environments as Probes of Galaxy Formation Conference 17. ...

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