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AASWOMEN 2003 Index

January February March April May June
July August September October November December

01/03/03
1. CSWP Panel Discussion on Title IX
2. Aspen Workshop: Cosmology & Astrophys. with Gal. Clusters, 26 May-13 June
3. Aspen Workshop: Nuclear Phys. of Core Collapse Supernovae, 26 May- 8 June
4. AAUW Awards Deadline
5. APS/IBM Research Internship for Undergraduate Women
6. Graduate Fellowship in Astronomy/Astrophysics, RPI
7. Tenure-track positions at The United States Naval Academy
8. Tenure-track position at Michigan State University

01/10 & 1/17/03
0. Mt. Stromlo destruction
1. Women in Astronomy II: Ten Years After, June 27-28, 2003
2. A summary of the January 2003 CSWA Meeting in Seattle
3. Some fun quotes to start the New Year
4. How to Inspire Girls in Engineering
5. SPIE starts Women in Optics Quarterly
6. CSWP/FIAP Networking Breakfast, Austin, TX March 3, 2003
7. Summer Undergrad. Research Experiences in Cosmology for Minorities and Women
8. APS/IBM Research Internship for Undergraduate Women
9. REU Program at Ohio State University
10. Visiting Faculty Position at Franklin and Marshall College
11. Tenure-track Positions at Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics
12. Faculty Position in Theoretical High Energy Physics at Northwestern
13. Two new visiting positions at Bucknell University

01/17 & 1/24/03
1. National Academy News: Shirley M. Malcom to Recieve Public Welfare Medal
2. Coming events at APS meetings
3. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

02/10/03
1. The Women in Astronomy Database
2. The Postdoc Network: Changing the Culture of Science
3. 50% Girls in Intel Chip Camp - Best Practice
4. Does the timing of high school science courses contribute to the leaky pipeline?
5. Assisant Professor of Physics (Tenure Track), Univ of Tennessee, Martin

02/14/03
1. Comments on the question of whether the timing of high school science courses contribute to the leaky pipeline
2. FORWARD To Professorship Workshop
3. History of Women in Science and Engineering Survey
4. Women-Related Web Sites in Science/Technology page
5. Article in Physics Today on arrogance in Physics
6. Coming events at APS meeting in Austin
7. Faculty position in Theoretical Atmospheric Physics, University of Toronto
8. Faculty position in Experimental Atmospheric Physics (Canada Research Chair), University of Toronto

02/21/03
1. Careers for Girls: a pamphlet from the Royal Astronomical Society
2. Does wording of job ads have an effect on applications from women?
3. Librarian tribute
4. GraceNet and the Disgraceful Award in Advertising
5. REU opportunity: summer in China

02/28/03
1. Responses to the suggestion that the wording of job ads has an effect on applications from women
2. Affirmative Action for Men? -- Efforts to find women speakers for meetings
3. Topical Session on Dark Energy at 2003 Nashville AAS Meeting, May 27
4. Science article on STScI's attitude towards women
5. Gender Bias in Tenure Procedures
6. Part-Time College Instructor Seeks Summer Research Grant

03/07/03
1. Gender equity at astronomical meetings
2. A bit of humor
3. Positions for Education Directors at NASA
4. NOAO Employment Opportunities
5. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

03/14/03 1. Two books about Caroline Herschel about to be published
2. Workshop on Gender Issues in the Sciences, Colby College
3. CSWP-Sponsored events at APS meeting
4. Summer Internship in APS Washington Office
5. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

03/21 & 3/28/03
1. Introductions at meetings
2. Space memorabilia: auction prices vs. real value
3. Women in Astronomy II: Pasadena, CA, 27-28 June 2003
4. CSWP-sponsored events at APS meeting
5. EAS JENAM Job Market for young astronomers in Budapest
6. Lecturer at Connecticut College

4/4/03
1. Re: Introductions at meetings
2. Resources for an introduction to spectroscopy
3. Mildred Dresselhaus to chair AIP
4. Univ. of Toronto Research Associate position in Planetary Atmospheres
5. Univ. of British Columbia Faculty Position
6. NGSC Deputy Director, NOAO, La Serena, Chile

4/11/03
1. Introductions and the "destatusing" of women
2. 2002 Presidential Awards for Mentors
3. Special Career supplement in Science vol. 300, pg. 165
4. Details on recently published books about Caroline Herschel
5. Interview in Astronomy: "Can minorities break astronomy's glass ceiling?"
6. Letters of recommendation
7. Producer Seeks Contestants for Discovery Channel Pilot (and a follow-up comment)
8. Faculty Salaries Report from AAUP
9. Visiting Assistant Professor for Astronomy, UNLV
10. Senior Lecturer, Department of Physics, Simon Fraser University

4/18/03
1. Re-entering the career track
2. Re-entering the career track: WIPHYS responses
3. Re-entering the career track: another WIPHYS response
4. The job of a mother
5. Astronomical Journal Editor
6. Vice Provost for Research, The Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
7. Vice President for Arts & Sciences and Dean of the Faculty, Columbia Univ.

04/25/03
1. Re-entering the career track: AASWOMEN response
2. Re-entering the career track: WIPHYS responses continued
3. Regional Opportunities for Scientists in Education
4. Women in Engineering Project
5. Conference on Women In Astronomy - update program on the web!
6. Systems Engineer for LSST - NOAO

05/02/03
1. Re-entering the career track: WIPHYS responses continued
2. Conference on Women In Astronomy: publicity; student/postdoc support
3. UK Strategy for Women in Science, Engineering, and Technology
4. IUPAP Funding for Women from Developing/Eastern European Countries

05/09/03
1. Re-entering the career track: AASWOMEN & WIPHYS responses continued
2. Conference on Women In Astronomy II:
a. Poster submissions invited
b. Stats for AASWOMEN - did the Baltimore Charter help?
c. How many men should attend?
3. Interesting New York Times article on Women in Science
4. A practical question on hiring and family leave
5. Hawaii International Conference on Sciences
6. Lucent Announces Global Science Scholars
7. Ellen Williams elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
8. Visiting Instructor, University of Puget Sound
9. Temporary Visiting Asst. Professorship, Western Kentucky University

05/16 & 5/23/03
1. Re-entering the career track: AASWOMEN responses continued
2. Conference on Women In Astronomy II:
a. Student/postdoc funding: application deadline extended!
b. Hotel reservations due by June 12
3. Women in Engineering and Science Program: National Conference
4. L'Oreal USA Launches New Science Fellowship Program
5. Planning Grants for International Science Collaboration
6. Temp. Visiting Asst. Prof., Western Kentucky University

05/30/03
1. Final Announcement: Conference on Women In Astronomy II
2. University of Michigan study: Why Fewer Women Choose Math-Based Science
3. Maria Goeppert-Mayer Award deadline is July 1, 2003
4. A report on the NSF sponsored "Forward to Professorship" workshop
5. Scientific Programmer - NOAO

06/6 & 6/13/03
1. Conference on Women In Astronomy II: Final Program Available
2. Women in Astronomy Meeting at the IAU XXV General Assembly, 21 July 2003
3. Women's International Science Collaboration (WISC) Program [travel grants]
4. Recent stories in the news
5. Request for assistance: graduate studies in astrophysics
6. Faculty Positions at Penn State University
7. Theoretical Astrophysics/Cosmology Faculty Post, Univ. of Pittsburgh

6/20/03
1. Conference on Women In Astronomy II: next week!
2. Meg Urry steps down from the CSWA
3. CSWA Survey Results, 1992-2003
4. Call for nominations: Jame Craig Watson Medal in Astronomy, due 12sep03

6/27 & 7/4/03
1. Conference on Women In Astronomy II
2. Women in Astronomy Narratives Website
3. New book on the first 13 American women astronauts
4. AASWOMEN contribution
5. Masters at Fisk/PhD at Vanderbilt Program in Physics and Astronomy
6. Three Young Women are Intel Winners
7. Getting Women into Physics
8. "Fun with Physics", New Yorker Magazine
9. Survey Participants Sought by Student
10. National Academies Keck Futures Initiative Conference
11. L'Oreal Fellowships for Women in Science
12. Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University
13. Deputy Director position, NOAO Gemini Science Center (NGSC) in La Serena, Chile
14. Job openings in Copenhagen, Denmark
15. NOAO job opportunities
16. Two positions in Planetary Sciences Institute at the Australian National University
17. Assistant Professor in Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University
18. Full-time Temporary Position, Assistant Professor of Physics, Western Illinois University
19. Postdoctoral Fellowship at STScI
20. PhD Student Position at the University of Kiel

7/11/03
1. Conference on Women In Astronomy II
2. More CSWA Survey Results Online
3. Re: "Fun with Physics" in The New Yorker Magazine of June 2
4. Letters regarding arrogance in physics
5. Supportive grad schools
6. Marie Curie in Physics Today
7. AAAS seeks applicants for lecture series on women in science and engineering
8. AIP State Department Science Fellowship Program
9. X-Ray Astrophysics Postdoc
10. Women International Science Fellowship: deadline *15 July 2003*
11. Position available at the Dept. of Astronomy of the Geneva University

7/18 & 7/25/03
1. Conference on Women In Astronomy II
a. Highlights - Diversity Breeds Excellence
b. Items from the Conference
2. The situation for women in medicine
3. Computer program detects author gender
4. Campus Equity Week
5. Comment on the AAAS project in Latin America for women scientists
6. Tenure-track position in Physics and Astronomy at McMaster University
7. Faculty Position, Experimental Space-Based Astronomy
8. Jansky Fellowships 2004
9. Postdoctoral position - X-ray Astronomy

8/1 & 8/8/03
1. Science Materials Sought
2. MERLOT
3. Postdoctoral Research Associate at NOAO, Tucson, AZ
4. Faculty Post in Theor. Cosmo., Relativity, or Grav. Phys., Syracuse Univ.
5. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

8/15/03
1. Gender & Science Digital Library
2. Women sweep Intel Competition
3. Vera Rubin wins ASP's Catherine Wolfe Bruce Gold Medal
4. AWIS-CT help needed
5. Instrumentation Astronomer, Australian National University
6. Research Astronomer, Australian National University

8/22/03
1. New CSWA members
2. Newspaper article on women in computer science
3. Special American Geophysical Union education session
4. GSDC: Berkeley Edge Conference: nominations due 10sep03

8/31 & 9/5/03
1. Nominate qualified women for AAS prizes! Deadline is October 1, 2003.
2. CC West 2004 Conference - Call for Papers
3. Unique Learning Resource from NSF
4. AWIS Fellowship Programs
5. Postdoctoral Opportunities, University of Wisconsin-Madison
6. Faculty Position in Experimental Nuclear Physics, Indiana University

9/12/03
1. Back issues of the CSWA AASWOMEN electronic newsletter
2. E-Mentoring Network for Women
3. Further comment on the AAAS project in Latin America for women scientists
4. Female Physicists Lead the Way on Jefferson Lab Experiment
5. Astrobiology Postdoctoral Fellows - University of Hawaii
6. Faculty Position, University of Montana
7. Head, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Western Kentucky University
8. Faculty Position in Experimental Astrophysics or Cosmology, Columbia University
9. Tenure-Track Position, Dept. of Physics, University of Puget Sound
10. Faculty position in Theoretical High Energy Physics, Department of Physics, University of California, San Diego

9/19/03
1. Another way to search the CSWA AASWomen electronic newsletter archive
2. APS Roster of Women and Minorities in Physics
3. New Resource from NSF
4. Request for Nominations for the 2004 Aaronson Lectures/Award
5. Call for Nominations for the 2004 Bruno Rossi Prize
6. Pollock Award Announcement: call for applications (history of astronomy)
7. Astrophysics Faculty position at Yale University
8. Tenure Track Post in Ptcle Cosmo./Ptcle. Astrophys.,College of William & Mary

9/26/03
1. Message from AIP's Statistical Research Center
2. MentorNet, the E-Mentoring Network for Women in Engineering and Science
3. Princeton Postdoctoral positions
4. Postdoctoral position, University of Georgia
5. Postdoctoral Research Associate Position in Theoretical Particle Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
6. Lectureship at Insitute for Astronomy, University of Edinburgh
7. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

10/3/03
1. Princeton University may spend millions to improve gender equity on science faculty
2. Hawaii International Conference on Statistics, Mathematics and Related Fields
3. New NSF Programs
4. Job opportunities at NOAO
5. Tenure Track Assistant Professor Position, University of Manitoba
6. Faculty Position, Physics Department, Purdue University
7. Faculty Position, Department of Physics, Simon Fraser University (Canada)

10/10/03
1. Princeton Task Force Publishes Results
2. Electronics pneumonic
3. AURA U.S. Gemini Fellowship Program
4. Postdoctoral Positions in Theoretical Astrophysics, Northwestern University
5. Postdoctoral Research Position, Theoretical Nuclear Physics, The Ohio State University
6. National Solar Observatory, Assistant Scientist
7. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Sedimentary Geology and Earth System History Position

10/17/03
1. Article on the bias of perceived attractiveness in teacher evaluations
2. Responses - "Electronics mnemonic"
3. Annie Jump Cannon Award
4. Program Director, Stellar Astronomy and Astrophysics Program, NSF
5. Tenure track Position, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Minnesota State University, Moorhead
6. Chair, Department of Physics, Wright State University, Dayton
7. Faculty Appointments, Ohio State University, Columbus

10/24/03
1. AAVSO Director Janet Mattei ill
2. Gender and Science Study
3. MentorNet Seeks Mentors
4. 2004 AIP/APS Congressional Science Fellowships
5. Science and Technology Policy Internship
6. Research Associate, Theoretical Particle Physics, Indiana University
7. Tenure-track faculty position, Multiwavelength Astronomy, Louisiana State University
8. National Optical Astronomy Observatory, Tenure Track Astronomer
9. Faculty Positions, Boston University
10. Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Physics, Kalamazoo College

10/31 & 11/7/03
1. Another suggestion for resistor color code: BBROYGBVGW
2. New York Times Article - Opt-Out Revolution
3. Message from Reader: MIT Health Plan
4. NY Times Excerpt from "Almost Heaven" by Bettyann Holtzmann Kevles; book on NASA and it's attitude towards women
5. The Las Cumbres Amateur Outreach Award
6. BBC News article "Women scientists 'worse off'"
7. AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowships
8. UT Austin Dept. of Astronomy Asst. Prof. position
9. Faculty Position, Theoretical Particle Physics, The University of British Columbia, Department of Physics and Astronomy
10. Junior Faculty Appointment in Theoretical Physics, Harvard University
11. Planetarium Director, Rowan University
12. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

11/14/03
1. A Science Education Report from the NSF
2. Academic Careers Online
3. APS Scholarship for Minority Undergraduate Physics Majors
4. SIRTF Post-Doc in Orsay (Paris University) France
5. Chair, Physics Department, Western Illlinois University, Macomb, IL
6. Faculty Position, Theoretical Particle Physics-Astrophysical Applications, The University of Kansas
7. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

11/21/03
1. Historically Interesting Female Astronomers (fwd)
2. Review of Whaley book?
3. APS/IBM Research Internship for Undergraduate Women
4. Postdoctoral Positions in High-Energy Theory, University of Toronto
5. Assistant Professor in Astronomy, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)
6. Tenure track position in Computational Astrophysics at CWRU
7. Faculty Positions - University of British Columbia

11/28/03
1. More on historically interesting female astronomers
2. CSWA lunch session at AAS: January 8, 2004
3. Children and Careers: *DECEMBER 5*
4. The Value of Networking
5. Class Action Settlement at LLNL
6. Other View Points on LLNL Settlement
7. Carolina Postdoctoral Program for Faculty Diversity, UNC-Chapel Hill

12/05/03
1. Women at Work Museum
2. IUPAP Launches Pilot Program for Women
3. Five faculty jobs currently advertised in Toronto!
4. Faculty Position, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, Johns Hopkins University
5. Faculty Position in All Subfields of Astrophysics, Johns Hopkins University

12/12/03
1. Discussion of family & tenure
2. CSWA lunch session at AAS: January 8, 2004
3. FORWARD to Professorship Workshop, 19-24 May 2004, Washington, DC
4. Sackler Prize in the Physical Sciences
5. NASA Summer Internship Opportunities for Undergraduate & Graduate Students
6. Tenure-track Position in Radio Astronomy at Cornell University

12/19/03
1. So many committees, so little time (Chronicle article)
2. Discussion of family & tenure [continued]
3. AAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships
4. Assist. Prof., Univ. of Toledo

12/26/03 & 1/2/04
1. CSWA session at Atlanta AAS Meeting, Thursday, January 8, 1-2pm
2. Discussion of family & tenure [continued]
3. Postdoc/Research Fellow at the Australian National University
4. Gamma-Ray Astrophysicist, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
5. Head of Observatory Science Software and Data Management, NRAO

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