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AASWOMEN 2005 Index

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July August September October November December

01/07 - 1/14/05
1. Update on the Pasadena Recommendations
2. New AASWOMEN editor
3. Harvard president makes a controversial speech
4. Female academics in a man's world with Nancy Hopkins (MIT)
5. January 2005 issue of STATUS
6. WIPHYS Coming Attractions for 2005
7. APS/IBM Research Internship for Undergraduate Women
8. Tenure-Track Assistant Professorship, Experimental Nuclear/ Neutrino Physics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
9. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

01/21/05
1. Pasadena Recommendations - Introduction and Context
2. Harvard president makes a controversial speech - community responds
3. Obituary Links for Janet Mattei
4. 2004 Stanford Mentoring Workshop - Workshop Proceedings
5. Dorrit Hoffleit - 'Misfortunes as Blessings in Disguise' is amusing
6. Postdoctoral Fellow - Australian National University
7. Postdoctoral Position in Theoretical Plasma Physics - Princeton Univ.
8. Tenure Track Faculty Position, Theoretical Solar and Heliospheric Physics, University of New Hampshire
9. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

01/28/05
1. Pasadena Recommendations - Tenure-Track Hiring
2. Baltimore Sun on Summers
3. Who is good at math?
4. Women in Science - President of MIT Speaks Out
5. Sex and Science (from Newsweek)
6. New Book
7. Importance of Role Models
8. FORWARD to Professorship Workshop
9. APS Scholarship for Minority Undergraduate Physics Majors
10. Summer REU for Undergrads at University of Iowa
11. NASA Summer Resident Program
12. Clare Boothe Luce Fellowship
13. Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track, Physics Dept., Millersville Univ.
14. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

02/04/05
1. Pasadena Recommendations - Career Advancement and Recognition
2. AAS Press Release on Pasadena Recommendations
3. News of the Pasadena Recommendations makes "Astronomy"
4. For Some Girls, The Problem With Math Is That They're Good At It
5. Raise Your Hand if You're a Woman in Science
6. Need Advice on Interview Etiquette
7. AWIS National Conference on Women in Science and Engineering
8. Postdoctoral Opportunity, Planetary Geophysics, UC Santa Cruz
9. Research Asst. Prof. in Computational Cosmology & Galaxy Evolution, U Wash
10. Research Associate in Observational Cosmology, Brown University
11. Asst Professor of Physics, University of Wisconsin-Stout
12. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

02/11/05
1. Pasadena Recommendations - Institutional Policies
2. "Diminished By Discrimination We Scarcely See" by Meg Urry
3. AWIS National Conference on Women in Science and Engineering
4. Follow-up to "For Some Girls, The Problem with Math Is That They're Good At It"
5. "Same Difference" by Rosalind Barnett and Caryl Rivers
6. Helpful Scholarship Information
7. Second International Conference on Women in Physics
8. Gender neutral physics book on relativity
9. CNN article on flexibility for the tenure system
10. ALMA Project Scientist - ESO/NRAO
11. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

02/18/05
1. Pasadena Recommendations
i. Correction
ii. Varied Career Paths
2. Fascinating commentary on National Public Radio Feb. 14
3. Transcript of Harvard President Larry Summers' remarks available
4. Three University Chiefs Chide Summers on Remarks
5. National Council for Research on Women Issues 2 Action Calls
6. Speaker's Guide
7. Radio series on women in science
8. The Culture of the Cavendish
9. Instructional Support Specialist, SUNY Buffalo
10. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

02/25 & 03/04/05
1. Request for Input on Future of Annie Jump Cannon Award
2. AWIS - Message to Members - Mentornet Petition
3. Pasadena Recommendations
i. Section E. Cultural Issues
ii. Section F. Statistical Information
4. TIME Magazine articles in March 7, 2005 issue
5. Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics at Bates College
6. Program Officer, Division of Astronomical Sciences, NSF
7. Woman Physicists Guide (con't)
8. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

03/11/05
1. KDNUGGETS Feature on Gender Differences
2. Women Who Have Left Physics Academia
3. Controversy Makes the Case for Mentoring Women
4. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

03/18/05
1. INAF Management Appointments
2. Women Who Have Left Physics Academia (continued)
3. Second IUPAP International Conference on Women in Physics
4. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

03/25/05
1. Spam Reduction on AASWomen Postings
2. Vera Rubin featured in Washington Post article
3. INAF Management Appointments (continued)
4. AIP Report on Women in Physics and Astronomy
5. 43rd Goddard Memorial Symposium: Student Opportunity
6. Faculty Position in Solar and Space Physics, University of Colorado
7. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

04/01/05
1. AIP Report on Women in Physics and Astronomy (con't)
2. Inquiry Graduate Student Scholarships
3. More articles on Harvard President and Women in Astronomy
4. Articles announcing minority faculty initiative and Title IX
5. Update on Leaky Pipeline Survey
6. Instructorship in Physics and Astronomy, Rice University
7. UTB 2nd Summer School in Gravitational Wave Astronomy
8. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

04/08/05
1. AIP Report on Women in Physics and Astronomy (con't)
2. Inquiry Graduate Student Scholarships (con't)
3. Arizona Daily Star article on women in science
4. 25 February 2005 issue of Science has special supplement on issues faced by women in science
5. Pasadena recommendations discussed in April 2005 Physics Today
6. Scholarship for women in physics
7. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

04/15/05
1. Harvard President Summers' most recent remarks
2. Inquiry Graduate Student Scholarships (con't)
3. New York Times article about women in science
4. Transcript of Dr. Shirley Tilghman's ADVANCE Lecture at Columbia U.
5. Women and Minorities at DOE Labs
6. Grants Sought for Older Women
7. Director, Morehead Planetarium and Science Center
8. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

04/22/05
1. Grants for Senior Women Scientists
2. Publication Success in Journals
3. European Platform of Women Scientists Formed
4. NAS Interviews Cherry Murray
5. NVO Summer School - II
6. NASA Science Web Design Fellowship
7. NAS 2005 Associateship Awards
8. Visiting Position in Physics, University of Redlands
9. Faculty Position, Dept. of Physics, Simon Fraser University
10. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

04/29/05
1. Women Explore the Frontiers of Physics
2. M. Hildred Blewett Scholarship for Women Physicists
3. Senior Research Associate, ASC FLASH Center, University of Chicago
4. How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

05/06 & 05/13/05
1. March 3rd U. Calif. Forum on Women in Physical Sciences
2. Article: Why Women Leave Academic Physics
3. 19 Women Elected to the National Academy of Sciences
4. AIP Survey of Women in Physics
5. Encouraging Congress to Advance Women's Participation in STEM
6. "Is Being Female a Disability?"
7. Program Director for the Gravitational Physics Program, NSF

05/20/05

1. CSWA Events at the Minneapolis AAS Meeting
a. Special Session: "Institutional Solutions to the 'Two-Body' Problem"
b. CSWA Panel Discussion with members of dual-career couples
c. Request for panel members for the CSWA panel discussion
2. Harvard Commits $50M for Women Faculty
3. How does one proceed if they become aware of a serious issue with a job candidate?
4. Postdoctoral Fellow/Research Fellow, Australian National University
5. Chief, Solar Terrestrial Physics Division, NOAA/NESDIS/National Geophysical Data Center
6. Two jobs ads at New Mexico Tech, Socorro, New Mexico

05/27 & 06/03/05

1. Note to subscribers of AASWomen
2. M. Hildred Blewett Scholarship for Women in Physics
3. Women Physicists Sought for Reality Show

06/10/05

1. Report from AAS Meeting
2. Annie Jump Cannon Award
3. News About CSWA Members
4. Three New Resources for Postdocs
5. MentorNet News
6. MODEST-6 Conference, MOdeling DEnse STellar Systems
7. Assistant Professor of Astronomy, Franklin & Marshall College

06/17/05

1. June 2005 STATUS
2. CSWA Activities at the June 2005 AAS Meeting
3. Contacts sought for comparative study

06/24/05

1. Corrected June 2005 STATUS posted
2. New CSWA members
3. Mixed Results for Women, Minorities at DOE Labs
4. "Caltech to Harvard: Redo the Math"
5. CAM 2005: "Physics Knows No Borders"

07/01 & 07/08/05

1. Interesting show on Ruby Payne-Scott
2. Workshop Call for Proposals - Women, Gender, and Science
3. Gender Equity Conference, Australia, April 2006
4. Two new positions at the NSF
5. Cosmology job in Oxford (England)

07/15/05

1. "Mysterious Disappearance of Female Investigators"
2. NPR Interview with Author of Book on Henrietta Leavitt
3. Debate on "The Science of Gender and Science"
4. Argonne National Laboratory Named Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
5. Senior Scientist for Sun-Earth System Research, NRL, Washington, DC
6. Professor, Optical Techniques, University of Twente, Netherlands

07/22 & 07/29/05

1. Change in AASWOMEN editors
2. "Money for Mommies"
3. Several E/PO Opportunities
4. Maria Sibylla Merian Award
5. Women in Physics at George Washington University
6. American Institute of Physics State Department Science Fellowship
7. UK Gemini Support Scientist, Oxford, UK
8. Faculty Positions, Dept. of Physics, Simon Fraser University

08/05 & 08/12/05

1. "Women Unite to Improve Physics Culture"
2. Astronomy and Physics Enrollments and Degrees for 2003
3. Funding Opportunity for NVO-Enabled Research Initiatives
4. NRAO Jansky Postdoctoral Program
5. Director, Project Management & Engineering Division, Argonne Natl. Lab

08/19/05

1. AASWOMEN listserv moving
2. Women assume leadership roles at NASA
3. Interesting article in Science on women in science
4. Special issue of Oceanography dedicated to women in oceanography

08/26, 09/02 & 09/09/05

1. Take II: AASWOMEN listserv moving
2. Chronicle of Higher Education information on colleges affected by Hurricane Katrina
3. AAS Prize Nominations
4. Rebecca Forrest Wins Blewett Scholarship
5. Information on Career Breaks in Science
6. Postdoctoral or Research Fellows at the Australian National University
a. Supernovae and gamma ray bursts
b. Sky Mapper Telescope and associate Southern Sky Survey
7. KICP Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Rank of Research Associate
8. NOAO Job Openings
9. Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Physics Department, University of Michigan

09/16 & 09/23/05

1. Final (we hope!) Take: AASWOMEN listserv moving
2. RAND report on Federal R&D investment
3. AAS Prize Nominations
4. CSWP Fall 2005 Gazette Posted
5. Chandra Postdoctoral Fellowships
6. Postdoctoral Positions at Princeton University
a. Lyman Spitzer, Jr. Postdoctoral Fellowship in Astrophysics
b. Postdoctoral Research Associate in Computational Astrophysics
c. Joint Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Carnegie Observatories and Princeton University
d. Southern Cosmology Survey Postdoctoral Fellowships
e. Astronomical Software Scientist at Princeton University
7. Assistant Professor in Astrophysics, University of Colorado at Boulder
8. Tenure Track Astronomer Positions -- National Radio Astronomy Observatory
9. NRAO Assistant Director (Site Director, Green Bank)
10. Assistant Professor position, University of Texas at Austin
11. Director of Program/Project(s): Maui/Kauai
12. Faculty Position, Department of Physics, University at Buffalo, SUNY
13. One Year Position in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Gettysburg College
14. Tenure Track Position in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Gettysburg College
15. Faculty Position in Astronomy/Astrophysics, Ohio University
16. NEW INSTRUCTIONS!! How to submit, subscribe, or unsubscribe to AASWOMEN

09/30 & 10/07/05

1. Confessions of an Engineering Washout
2. SMA Postdoc Fellowships
3. Leo Goldberg Fellowships
4. Professional Skills Development Workshops for Women Physicists
5. APS/IBM Research Internship for Undergraduate Women
6. Physicist, JILA, University of Colorado and NIST, Boulder, CO
7. One Year Physics Sabbatical Replacement Position, Gettysberg College
8. Faculty Position in Theoretical High Energy Physics, Brown University
9. Faculty Position in Observational Weak Gravitational Lens Cosmology Department of Physics, University of California, Davis
10. Assistant Professor, Department of Astronomy & Astrophysics, University of Chicago

10/14/05
1. International Max-Planck Research School on Astrophysics - IMPRS
2. Possible Joint Hire, University of Colorado
3. Faculty Position in Extrasolar Planets
4. Tenure Track Position in Physics and Astronomy, Dickinson College
5. Tenure Track Faculty Position in Physics, Harvey Mudd College
6. Faculty Position in Cosmology/Astrophysics Theory, Univ. of Pittsburgh
7. Observational Cosmology and Gravitational Wave Physics, Syracuse Univ.
8. Tenure Track Faculty Position, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

10/21/05
1. AAS Membership Renewal and Annie Jump Cannon Prize
2. Female-Friendly Physics Departments
3. Sue V. Rosser to Speak at Gender Equity Luncheon Forum in Chicago
4. Lowell Observatory Predoctoral Fellowship Program
5. Assistant Professor in Theoretical Astrophysics, U. Wisc-Lacrosse
6. Faculty Position in Planetary Science, University of California, Berkeley
7. UCO/Lick Observatory Seeking New Director
8. Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics, Goucher College
9. Assistant/Associate Professor of Physics, College of Dupage
10. Tenure-Track Jr. Faculty Position in Experimental Neutrino Physics

10/28/05
1. More information on the Annie Jump Cannon Prize
2. Women in Academic Science and Engineering General Invitation
3. AWIS Offers Two Awards for Women in Physics
4. Professional Skills Development Workshops for Tenure Track Women Physicists
5. APS/IBM Research Internship for Undergraduate Women
6. ALMA Post Doctoral Positions
7. Green Bank Telescope Post Doctoral Positions
8. Swinburne University Astronomy Researcher positions
9. Faculty Position in Theoretical Astrophysics/Cosmology, Florida State University
10. Chair, Department of Physics, University of Idaho

11/04/05
1. Women Profiled in Newsweek
2. Catalyst Releases Report Addressing Barriers to Women's Advancement
3. Gilbert and Jaylee Mead Postdoctoral Fellowship at Yale University
4. AIP/APS Congressional Science Fellowship
5. Program Coordinator, Advanced Observing Program, Kitt Peak

11/11/05
1. Solicitation of Input for Future STATUS
2. Post-Docs and Motherhood
3. Second IUPAP Conference on Women in Physics
4. AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowships
5. Tenure Track Opening at Indiana University
6. Planetary Science Position at Chicago State University
7. Research Positions at Ctr. for Astrophysics & Supercomputing, Swinburne U.
8. Faculty Positions at Clemson
9. Assistant Professor of Physics, University of Southern Maine

11/18/05
1. Two articles in the Scientist on women in academia
2. Postdoctoral or Research Fellow in Stellar Spectroscopy, ANU
3. Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in Astronomy at Colgate University
4. Plaskett Fellowships at the National Research Council Canada's Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics
5. EVLA Project Manager
6. Head, North America ALMA Science Center

11/25 & 12/2/05
1. CSWA Session at the January AAS meeting in Washington D.C.
2. Article on the impact of having children on female postdocs
3. STEM: meet Title IX
4. Professional Skills Development Workshops Deadlines
5. Item from the BBC Website
6. Research Internship for Undergraduate Women
7. Laurie Leshin to Speak at NASA/Goddard
8. Tenure Track Faculty Position in Theoretical Physics, University of Rochester

12/9/05
1. January 2006 issue of STATUS
2. National Academies to Host Convention
3. Questionnaire on Return to Work
4. NOAO Postdoctoral Research Associate
5. Tenure Track Faculty Position, University of Denver
6. NSF Program Director for Education and Special Programs

12/16/05
1. Statement from the 9-University Group
2. Interesting Web Site
3. News from LARIM (Latin American Regional IAU Meeting)
4. WYP2005 Physics Young Ambassadors Symposium
5. The Tenth Summer Synthesis Imaging Workshop
6. NASA Academies, other Student Summer Internships
7. MentorNet Seeks Volunteers
8. CSWP/FIAP Networking Breakfast
9. NSF Positions

12/23 & 12/30/05 & 01/06/06
1. CSWA Session at the January AAS meeting in Washington D.C.
2. Correction for STATUS contact information
3. Education Resource for Scientists and E/PO Professionals
4. Call for Nominations: Weizmann Women & Science Award
5. NOAO Job Openings
6. Faculty Lecturers for the Summer Science Program campuses in Ojai, CA and Socorro, NM
7. Tenure-Track Instructor, University of British Columbia
8. Visting Assistant Professor of Physics, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, Bucknell University
9. Assistant Professor, Minnesota State University Moorhead
10. Two Tenure Track Positions, Department of Physics and Astronomy at Eastern Kentucky University

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