Achieving Gender Equity inscience Classrooms
Originally started as a project by students at Brown University, this handbook describes ways teachers can make theirscience classrooms more woman-friendly. The site also includes a list of related literature and resources, and Web sites of interest.
Association for Women in Science & Engineering
The UK ASWIE works to "advance the participation of girls and women inscience and engineering, and to contribute to the formulation of policy in these fields. Our purpose is to act as a forum, network for mutual support, centre of information and resource, and collective voice for women inscience and engineering, in the broadest sense."
Contributions of Women to Physics
The American Physical Society has compiled an electronic archive of women in physics in this century. The physicists can be searched by name and are also categorized by field.
Hispanic, Latina, Chicana Women in Science
This page about women of Hispanic/Latina descent who have pursued a career in the science. The purpose of this page is to provide the Hispanic/Latino Community with information on these women.
HIV/AIDS Research and Clinical Trial
AIDS Research Alliance is a Community-Based Reserach Organization conducting research on HIV medications, microbicides and vaccine development. We have a variety of clinical trials currently enrolling and encourage enrollment by women and minorities. For more information please call 310.358-2423
Journal Watch Women's Health
Edited and reviewed by more than 80 physicians, JWatch regularly combs 180 medical journals for important findings in women's health
T & L Enterprises
Currently, T & L is focusing on selling its latest book New Images, New Paths: A History of Women in Engineering in the United States, 1850-1980, by Martha Moore Trescott, copyrighted by the U. S. Patent Office in 1996 and disseminated since that time mostly to interested libraries, archives and museums in the U. S. and elsewhere. This book is based on a 25-year research project which recorded over 100 pioneer women engineers in the U. S. and surveyed by lengthy, biographically oriented questionnaire over 2,000 engineers. It also contains other research into primary sources from archives all over the U. S.
There are many publications which stemmed from this project and other projects through the years and other publications in the history of technology, both published and unpublished. T & L can refer interested people to those. There are also unpublished papers and project reports, including on women and water technology in lower developed areas.
T & L has also provided consultation in history of technology projects, and the owner has presented many papers at different conferences, workshops, and meetings in these and other fields.
Contact Martha Moore Trescott, founder and owner of T&L Enterprises, PO Box 9241, Dallas, TX, 75209-9241. mmooretresTL@aol.com
The Ada Project: Tapping Internet Resources of Women in Computerscience
A clearinghouse for information relating to women in computing, The Ada Project (TAP) includes information about discussion groups and conferences, links to articles of interest, TAP junior for students, and a photo gallery of women computer scientists.
The Hypatia Institute
"The website for gender equity inscience." This site features links to mentoring and handbooks for gender equity, resources for beginning scientists, information on how to find supportive colleges, a virtual maze aboutscience herstory and more!
The Many Faces of Jane Curry
Visit this website for a description of Jane Curry's one-woman show, MIZ WIZARD'S SCIENCE SECRETS. With a sense of history and humor, she tells stories about women's contributions to science, engineering, invention and math..about obstacles faced and overcome by women whose passion is discovery.
Women and Minorities inscience
A comprehensive list of Internet resources for women and people of color inscience and engineering, this index includes links to organizations, informational sites, and online profiles of famous scientists.
Women andscience: Celebrating Achievements, Charting Challenges
The conference advertised on this page took place in 1995, but the site includes a statistical summary of how women are represented at all levels of scientific achievement and education. The Resources section features descriptions and contact information of other organizations devoted to promoting women in thesciences.
Women in Mathematics: Resources and other Useful Stuff
This Canadian page offers links to articles, books, and speeches regarding women in mathematics; biographies of woman mathematicians; and links and articles pertaining to gender equity in education.
Women Nobel Prize Laureates
This section of the Nobel Prize Internet Archive lists by discipline all women who have ever won Nobel Prizes. The names are linked to brief descriptions of the woman and her work, as well as other Internet resources on the same subject.