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AASWOMEN 2001 Index

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01/05/01
1. Vassar job interviews at AAS
2. CSWA Special Session: Margaret Burbidge speaks
3. Luncheon honoring Margaret Burbidge at the AAS Meeting, and Photo Signing (stop by STScI booth)
4. January '01 STATUS now on-line
5. Response to Lynda Williams letter in last AASWOMEN, from APS Congressional Fellow Sherri Stephan
6. Women's International Science Collaboration (WISC) Program 2001-2002
7. New Curator needed for Women-in-Astronomy database
8. Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Astrophysics at Drexel University

01/24/2001
1. New Issue of STATUS Available
2. Annie Jump Cannon Award nominations sought
3. Celebration of Margaret Burbidge at the San Diego Meeting
4. Letter to the University of Chicago Press - Women Astronomers in History
5. Assistant Professor position at Princeton University
6. Tenure Track positions at the University of Hawaii

02/01/2001
1. How to Subscribe to AASWOMEN
2. Article on Universities Addressing Sex Inequities
3. Article on Women in the Technology Industry
4. A Book for Women Interested in Pursuing a Ph.D.
5. Book Reviews
6. Correction to You-Hua Chu article in January, 2001 Status
7. Comments from Lynda Williams in reply to response from APS Congressional Fellow Sherri Stephan in 01/05/01 AASWOMEN regarding Lynda Williams letter
8. An Anecdote to Complement the Letter to the University of Chicago Press in AASWOMEN 01/24/01 by Londa Schiebinger and Robert Proctor
9. Donate a Mammogram (NOT a joke)

02/09/01
1. Nine Universities vow to increase numbers of women scientists
2. Another view on translating the Dutch noun for "boys/children"
3. Should the mammogram item have been posted last week?
4. A (worrisome) conversation from the AAS/AAPT meeting in San Diego
5. Article in Science on women scientists in Japan
6. Talks on women in aerospace at the Air and Space Museum (Washington DC)
7. NSF research opportunities for women
8. Women Are Good for Business
9. Sports grants for girls
10. Laura C. Harris Endowed Chair for Visiting Scholar at Denison University
11. Assistant Professor/Coordinator of Master of Arts in Teaching Program at Northern Kentucky University

02/16/2001
1. Age limits for the Warner and Pierce prizes
2. Request for written opinions on women and science from the Mount Holyoke College Alumnae Quarterly
3. Announcement of Towson University Women in Science Program
4. Further comments on translating the Dutch noun for "boys/children"
5. Follow-up to the "NSF research opportunities for women: ADVANCE" program of 02/09/01
6. Response to the 02/09/01 report on a conversation from the AAS/AAPT meeting in San Diego
7. Further comments on the "donate a mammogram" article of 02/01/01
8. Postdoctoral/Predoctoral in Cluster Galaxy Evolution in Padova, Italy
9. Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Astrophysics - Louisiana State University and A&M College
10. Temporary Assistant Professor of Physics - Bates College

02/23/01
1. Procedure for submissions/subscriptions/comments
2. (Lots of) Responses about age limits for Pierce/Warner prizes
3. Diversity presentation in Intro Astronomy
4. Job: Asst. Prof. (leave replacement) at Wellesley U

03/02/2001
1. American Physical Society Division of Plasma Physics is now considering an early career award
2. First-course astronomy textbook that includes diversity in astronomy
3. Marketing female dolls as positive role models
4. Request for help to U.S. astronomy graduate students

03/09/2001
1. CSWA special session at Pasadena AAS meeting
2. CSWA planning: what are AAS members' priorities?
3. More dialogue on incorporating diversity in astronomy lectures
4. Request for advice for student entering astronomy

03/16/2001
1. Correction - CSWA special session at Pasadena AAS meeting
2. Some responses to the AAS members' priorties for CSWA planning
3. An informal report on women in Science and Technology in Sweden
4. A book to check out on women who have Nobel prizes in science
5. A good idea for reaching students interested in astronomy

03/23/2001
1. 20th Anniversary of the death of Beatrice Tinsley
2. A response to the report on women in Science and Technology in Sweden
3. A conference on women in science at UC Berkeley, 12-13 May 2001
4. Call for Nominations - in Astronomy
5. Call for Nominations - Maria Mitchell Women in Science award
6. Call for Nominations - Women of Color Government & Defense Technology Awards Conference

03/30/2001 & 04/06/01
1. How to submit something to AASWOMEN
2. An additional comment on why there are/aren't women professors and editors
3. Existing FAQs websites about astronomy careers
4. How to subscribe to AASWOMEN (repeat)

04/13/2001 & 04/20/01
1. Request for information on available learning tools in physics and astronomy aimed at children around 12 years old
2. Request for information on available mentoring programs for women in science in England
3. An opinion on what the goal(s) of the CSWA should be
4. CSWA Newsletter has limited quantities of back issues (bulk) available
5. How to submit something to AASWOMEN (repeat)
6. How to subscribe to AASWOMEN (repeat)

04/27/01
1. New issue of STATUS will be out soon
2. Attention to the status of women in science in France
3. Further comments on CSWA goals and Kelle Cruz's posting on 4/20/01
4. Links to information about careers in astronomy
5. Information on available learning tools in physics and astronomy aimed at children around 12 years old (request posted 4/20/01)
6. Conference Announcement on Disks of Galaxies
7. To submit to, subscribe to, or unsubscribe from AASWOMEN (repeat)

05/04/01 & 05/11/01
1. An article on Margaret Geller's resignation from Harvard University in The Chronicle of Higher Education
2. Further comments on CSWA goals and Kelle Cruz's posting on 4/20/01 and Amanda Baker's posting on 4/27/01
3. Another link to information about careers in astronomy (original posting 4/27/01)
4. Additional information on available learning tools in physics and astronomy aimed at children around 12 years old (original request posted 4/20/01)
5. To submit to, subscribe to, or unsubscribe from AASWOMEN (repeat)

05/18/01
1. The importance of mentoring girls *and* boys
2. Question about maternity leave for grant holders
3. Comment on Scott Smallwood's notes about Margaret Geller
4. Comments on Kathy Mead's posting from last issue
5. Summary of women's discussion at the University of Texas
6. Web page listings on astronomy as a career
7. Astronomy book for children
8. Meeting on Women in the Life Sciences, June 22-3, Heidelberg
9. International conference on women in physics
10. Job at Northern Arizona University
11. STATUS - subscribing to, or writing for, the CSWA newsletter

05/25/01
1. Web site that tests for subconscious bias
2. Maria Goeppert Mayer Award nominations needed
3. Three recent reports on the status of women in science, now available
4. Clarification from Neal Evans
5. Feedback on grants and maternity leave (from 5/18/01)
6. Feedback on Mentoring (from 5/18/01)
7. Feedback on recent postings by Mead and Richmond

06/01/01
1. Debra Rolison speaks at CSWA Session in Pasadena
2. Childcare at the Pasadena AAS meeting
3. Old astronomy book shows plenty of women
4. How to submit or subscribe or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN
5. STATUS - subscribing to, or writing for, the CSWA newsletter

06/15/01
1. A new book on Maria Mitchell
2. A request for a reviewer of the new book on Maria Mitchell for STATUS
3. Comments on Debra Rolison's talk at the June 2001 AAS, and a request for information
4. No women to Mars?
5. An article on Heidi Newberg's experiences as a woman physicist
6. The Ground-Based O/IR System working committee
7. AAS Councillors and officers added to AASWOMEN distribution list
8. Survey on Women in Physics (fwd)
9. The CORRECT way to submit or subscribe or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

06/29/01
1. AAAS announces the Women's International Science Collaboration (WISC) Program for 2001-2002
2. Thank you for the response for a reviewer of the new book on Maria Mitchell
3. An article on colleges instituting affirmative action for male applicants in The Christian Science Monitor
4. How to submit or subscribe or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

07/13/01
1. New report: "Balancing the Equation" -- report related to the press conference that was announced as the special issue of 07/15/01
2. Announcing a NASA OSS Conference on Science Education and Public Outreach
3. Publisher of "Sky & Telescope" involved in gender discrimination lawsuit
4. A contribution on two books to read
5. An interesting article in the Chronicle for Higher Education on Women in Academe
6. New astronomy program for undergrads at Biosphere2/Columbia University
7. Keep opportunities at Los Alamos National Lab in mind
8. Reminder - International Conference on Women in Physics

7/27/01
1. Historical Note: Quotas for Women at Stanford, U. Chicago, and UC Berkeley
2. Salary adjustments to redress gender imbalance at U Maine
3. Great book reissued: "Nobel Prize Women in Science"
4. Yahoo site for women-in-physics discussions
5. Finding online mentoring
6. AWIS 30th Anniversary essay contest (deadline 8/31/01)
7. AAAS Lifetime Mentor Award and Mentor Award for 2001
8. Three responses to Chronicle of Higher Education article on career delays and supportive (or non-supportive) spouses
9. Scientists Wanted for AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowship Programs, 2002-03
10. Eleanor Roosevelt Teacher Fellowships from the AAUW
11. Jobs available at MentorNet

08/10/01
1. Mentoring Opportunity via email
2. Name Dropping at Conferences
3. "The Computer Gender Gap" -- article in The Boston Globe, 07/31/01
4. Carnegie Symposium Honoring Vera Rubin
5. Additional comments on the Chronicle of Higher Education article, and responses to it published in the issue of 07/27/01.

08/24/01
1. Volunteer needed for quick astronomy-statistics job
2. Grants available to early-career physicists to attend IUPAP
3. Christian woman scientist needed for doctoral committee
4. Sweats and Tees from National Women's History Project
5. AIP (American Institute of Physics) Fellowship Opportunities
6. Postdoc/predoc at the Astronomical Observatory in Padova in galaxies in high-redshift clusters
7. Postdoc in stellar astrophysics at the University of Victoria
8. Full Professorship in Astrophysics at University of Munich
9. How to subscribe to the WIPHYS, the Women in Physics listserv
10. How to submit or subscribe to AASWOMEN

09/07/01
1. U.S. National Council for Research on Women (NCRW) report issued July 17, 2001
2. AAS Division of Planetary Science decadal survey
3. AAS Committee on the Status of Minorities - an invitation to the CSWA
4. New Resource Guide available for girls
5. Response to the request for a Christian woman scientist for a doctoral committee in the 08/24/01 issue
6. Keep opportunities at Los Alamos National Lab in mind
7. Senior Faculty Position in Physics & Astronomy at the University of Manitoba
8. Job opening in Physics Department, University of California, San Diego
9. Assistant or Associate Professor Position in Astronomy/Astrophysics (one-half time) at Northern Arizona University
10. Postdoctoral Fellowships in Astrophysics at Princeton University
11. 2002-03 AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowship Programs

09/14/01
1. Note from the Editors
2. Job: Assistant Professor of Astronomy, Franklin and Marshall College

09/21/2001
1. Deadline for nominating people for AAS awards is Oct. 1
2. Discussion topic: deafness to women's voices/ideas
3. Article on political asylum for women
4. Historical Women in Physics
5. Back issues of Women in Astronomy Proceedings available
6. JILA Visiting Fellowships
7. AASWOMEN Policy on Job Ads
8. Job: California State University, Chico
9. Job: Tenure-Track Asst. Professor, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, Ursinus College

09/28/2001
1. AAUP Article on (Un)Equal Pay for Women in Academia
2. Article on "Glass Walls" for Working Women
3. New Resource Guide on Women in Astronomy
4. Two Faculty Positions in Theoretical Astrophysics at Columbia University
5. Faculty Position in Experimental Physics, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, DePauw University
6. Faculty Position in Astronomy/Astrophysics at Ohio University
7. Faculty Position, Dept. of Physics, Simon Fraser University
8. Faculty position at University of California, Davis
9. Postdoctoral Position in Cosmology at University of Waterloo

10/05/01
1. NASA Ames women scientists featured at Tech Museum
2. Photos of young people in astronomical settings needed
3. NIAC Call for Proposals
4. NSF Program Announcement: SUMMER PROGRAMS IN JAPAN, KOREA, AND TAIWAN for U.S. Graduate Students in Science and Engineering
5. Postdoctoral Position in Physics & Astronomy at the University of Manitoba
6. Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Position at Illinois Wesleyan University
7. Tenure-Track Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor Position in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, Beloit College
8. Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Astrophysics at McGill University
9. Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Position in Physics at Vassar College

10/12/01
1. Rubin Symposium: Final Registration
2. Survival Skills workshop planned for APS
3. AWIS Leadership Conference, Oct 18-21, Washington, DC
4. Jobs at Sonoma State University
5. Faculty position in extragalactic astronomy at the University of California at Irvine

10/19/01
1. Women in Science Symposium, Bryn Mawr College
2. Women in moon research - a request for information
3. Pay Gap Remains
4. Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Plasma Astrophysics at the University of Kansas
5. Two Tenure-Track Positions in the University of Memphis Physics Department
6. Assistant Professor Position in the Astronomy Department at the University of Texas at Austin
7. Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Observational Astronomy/Instrumentation in the Department of Physics and Astronomy San Francisco State University

10/26/2001
1. Interesting web site on women at the US Naval Observatory
2. Graduate education survey
3. National Security Education Program (NSEP) Scholarships, for study abroad
4. Faculty Position, Experimental Particle-Astrophysics, The Ohio State University
5. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN
6. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to WIPHYS

11/02/2001
1. AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowship Programs, 2002-2003
2. Ford Foundation Predoctoral, Dissertation, and Postdoctoral Fellowships for Minorities
3. Launch of US Women's Chamber of Commerce!
4. WorkingMother relaunches web site
5. Job: Department of Astronomy, University of Texas
6. Job: Astrophysics Faculty Position, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Johns Hopkins University

11/09/2001
1. Publication of Rebecca Elson's Poetry
2. Date/Time for Women in Astronomy Meeting at the DPS 2001 in New Orleans
3. Survival Skills Workshop, March 17, 2002
4. APS/IBM Research Internship for Undergraduate Women
5. Tenure-Track Assistant Professor at the Berks-Lehigh Valley College of The Pennsylvania State University
6. Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Astronomy, University of North Carolina
7. Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Astrophysics, McGill University
8. Postgraduate Researcher in Theoretical Astrophysics, Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of California, Santa Cruz

11/16/01
1. Women's International Science Collaboration (WISC) Program 2001-2003
2. Two Tenure Track Asst Professors, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, The Ohio Northern University
3. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN
4. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to WIPHYS

11/30/01 & 12/07/01
1. Seeing roommate for AAS in Washington D.C.
2. Request for information on women in infrared astronomy
3. Nominations sought for the Weizmann Women & Science Award
4. Contest to name SIRTF
5. New text book: Planetary Sciences
6. Various Scholarships/Fellowships/Internship opportunities for minorities
7. Grants Database
8. National Survey of Student Performance in Science
9. National Academies report on Women's Participation in Science and Engineering
10. Observatory Supervisor/Instructor position at Williams College
11. Faculty position in extragalactic astronomy at the University of California at Irvine
12. Faculty Position in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of Toronto

12/14/01
1. Report on the Bryn Mawr meeting "Women in Science: Opportunity in a Changing Landscape" on October 26-27, 2001
2. CSWP Plans Events at APS April Meeting
3. MENTORNET Lauded by President Bush as model for e-mentoring
4. Application deadline for AAAS Public Policy opportunities only one month away
5. Opportunity to teach astronomy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
6. AWIS Accepting Fellowship Applications
7. Faculty Position, Astrophysics or Cosmology, NYU
8. Faculty position at Princeton
9. Postdoctoral positions in observational and theoretical astrophysics and cosmology at NYU

12/21/2001
1. Report on the Status of Women Meeting at the DPS in New Orleans, LA Nov. 30, 2001
2. Response to inquiry about women in IR astronomy
3. Interesting articles on women
4. IUPAP delegation announced
5. How to submit to, subscribe to, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

12/28/01, 01/04/02 & 01/11/02
1. **** TONIGHT!!!! **** LIVE BROADCAST AND WEBCAST, JAN 13. --- NASA Aims to Bridge the Science Gap Among Young Women
2. Report on the first AAS meeting of the Committee on the Status of Minorities in Astronomy
3. Child care and having women on Boards
4. Fundamentals of String Theory, Aspen Center for Physics
5. Survival Skills for Successful Women Physicists
6. APS/IBM Research Internship for Undergraduate Women
7. Workshop on Astrophysical Disks, Aspen Center for Physics, Summer 2002
8. Some items of note from AWIS
9. Assistant Professor of Astronomy, The University of Iowa
10. Assistant Professor position in planetary astronomy at Northern Arizona University
11. Tenure-track job announcement, Physics Dept, RIT

Index generated by Pauline Barmby.