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01/06/17


1. Meet your CSWA: Sara Seager
2. Vera Rubin, Pioneering Astrophysicist and Women's Advocate
3. 2016 James Clerk Maxwell Prize for Plasma Physics Recipient
4. NextProf Science, Future Faculty Workshop at the University of Michigan
5. Job Opportunities
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01/13/17


1. Thinking About Boycotts
2. Meet your CSWA: Nicolle Zellner
3. 2017 Annie Jump Cannon Award
4. First women to chair the SSB
5. House Approves Bipartisan Bills to Promote Women in Science
6. Materials for Teachers and Students: Teaching Guides on Women and Minorities
7. Month by Month, 2016 Cemented Science's Sexual Harassment Problem
8. What one semester reveals about Native American students' struggle to succeed in college
9. Job Opportunities
10. How to Submit to the AASWomen Newsletter
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01/20/17


1. Meet your CSWA: Aparna Venkatesan
2. Job listings that are too 'feminine' for men
3. Breaking limits in science and life
4. Roberta Bondar recalls the nerves, thrills of becoming Canada's
first woman in space
5. 'She's been life changing': Why female mentors matter in tech
6. Search for Hidden Figures contest awards women in STEM
7. Job Opportunities
8. How to Submit to the AASWomen Newsletter
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01/27/17


1. Why I Marched
2. What can your CSWA do for you??
3. Vera Rubin Memorial Service 3:00pm Sunday, February 26, Washington DC
4. Young Girls Are Less Apt To Think That Women Are Really, Really Smart
5. Buddha and the Owl: Post-election Practice, Not Perfect
6. The Story of NASA’s Real “Hidden Figures”
7. Job Opportunities
8. How to Submit to the AASWomen Newsletter
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02/03/17


1. Responses to the Executive Order on Immigration and Visas
2. The Writing of "Silent Spring": Rachel Carson and the Culture-Shifting
Courage to Speak Inconvenient Truth to Power
3. Data Illuminate a Mountain of Molehills Facing Women Scientists
4. Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering
5. An Open Letter To President Trump From 500 Women Scientists
6. Where are the women? Australia Day honours list dominated by men (again)
7. Chandra X-ray Center: Women in Science
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02/10/17


1. Happy Black History Month!
2. Women in Astronomy IV: The Many Faces of Women Astronomers
3. International Day of Women and Girls in Science (February 11)
4. Vanguard: Conversations with Women of Color in STEM (#VanguardSTEM)
5. Dr. Brett Denevi: Take advantage of the opportunities that come your way
6. 2017 NASA Planetary Science Summer Seminar* Applications Open
7. Ad Imagines A World Where We Treat Female Scientists Like Celebrities
8. Job Opportunities
9. How to Submit to the AASWomen Newsletter
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02/17/17


1. Career Profile: Astronomer/Planetary Scientist to R&D Manager/Sr. Scientist
2. Neil Gehrels (PhD '82), 1952-2017
3. The National Society of Black Physicists honors Dr. Jami Valentine.
4. Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences 2017 (ROSES–2017)
5. 80 Cents on the Dollar
6. Reach Back To Go Forwards: Supporting Women And Girls In Science
7. Job Opportunities
8. How to Submit to the AASWomen Newsletter
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02/24/17


1. "Headstrong: 52 Women Who Changed Science - and the World"... and why you
should read it
2. Women, People of Color and People with Disabilities Still Underrepresented in
Science and Engineering
3. Women in Astronomy IV conference
4. Join us in congratulating Gabriela González, David H. Reitze, and Peter R. Saulson!
5. Women aren't failing at science — science is failing women
6. Remembering Vera Rubin
7. Information Session at LPSC on Postdoc Opportunities at NASA Goddard – March 21 at Noon
8. Job Opportunities
9. How to Submit to the AASWomen Newsletter
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03/03/17


1. Meet the CSWA: Chair Pat Knezek
2. Too Ethical to Get Ahead?
3. Black History Month: The Complicated Power of More Women Scientists' Faces
4. The 17th-Century Lady Astronomer Who Took Measure of the Stars
5. Trump Signs into Law Two Esty-Authored Bills to Promote Women in Science
6. LEGO will honor women of NASA in newest set
7. Job Opportunities
8. How to Submit to the AASWomen Newsletter
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03/10/17


1. A daily routine
2. The Gender Gap in Publications
3. Why Did the House Science Committee Overlook NASA's Former Chief Scientist?
4. Here's What a Day Without Women Will Actually Look Like
5. Jocelyn Bell Burnell: Astrophysicist says women in science need culture
change
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03/17/17


1. Guest Post: Confessions of a Teaching-Focused Astronomer
2. LPSC Women in Planetary Science Annual Susan Niebur Networking Event 2017
3. The 2017 L'Oréal - UNESCO for Women in Science Award
4. The quest to reveal science's hidden female faces
5. Annual Prize to be named for Caroline Herschel
6. Job Opportunities
7. How to Submit to the AASWomen Newsletter
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03/24/17


1. Large gender gap persists in physical sciences
2. Research: Junior Female Scientists Aren't Getting the Credit They Deserve
3. Women's History Month and one woman's trek in science
4. 19 Women Leading Math and Physics
5. These Bold Illustrations Celebrate the Incredible Contributions of Women in Science
6. An annual note to all the (NSF) haters
7. How to Submit to the AASWomen Newsletter
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03/31/17


1. Career Profile: Research Administrator to Deputy Principal Investigator
2. National Academies Celebration of the Stories of Women in STEMM
3. What it means to {codelikeagirl}
4. 3 Muslim Women in STEM You Should Know About
5. NASA's Peggy Whitson sets spacewalk record
6. The Way We Teach Math Is Holding Women Back
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04/07/17


1. Women In Astronomy IV - Join us!
2. An Early-Career Astronomer's Experience at AAS CVD 2017
3. Starting from girls, making women's lives count
4. Women's interest development and motivations to persist as college students in STEM
5. Girls' confidence level, not math ability hinders path to science degrees
6. Eos: Geosciences Make Modest Gains but Still Struggle with Diversity
7. Job Opportunities
8. How to Submit to the AASWomen Newsletter
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04/14/17


1. Career Profile: Astronomer to Assistant Professor/Head, Astronomy Lab/Curator, Meteorites
2. Nominate a Worthy Scientist for a Prize from the AAS
3. Tackling Sexual Harassment in Science: A Long Road Ahead
4. 'Devil's Advocate Boy' Statue Erected On Wall Street Next To 'Fearless Girl'
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04/21/17


1. Addressing Sexual Violence in Science
2. NSF modifies Alan T. Waterman Award eligibility criteria
3. Biased bots: Human prejudices sneak into artificial intelligence systems
4. Pigeon study takes on sexism in science
5. Job Opportunities
6. How to Submit to the AASWomen Newsletter
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04/28/17


1. Astronaut Peggy Whitson Sets NASA Record For Most Days In Space
2. Kepler Scientist on Time Magazine's Most Influential List
3. Notable Women in the Physical Sciences Featured on Playing Cards
4. Germany's Female Space Race Takes Off
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05/05/17


1. Cross-Post: Astronomy in Color: Student Highlight: Sydney Duncan
2. New AAS policy on meetings
3. Commentary: Diversity in physics: Are you part of the problem?
4. Women make up just 15% of NASA's planetary mission science teams. Here's how
the agency is trying to change that
5. As a woman in science, I need to conceal my femininity to be taken seriously
6. Mic: Think there aren't qualified women to speak on your panel? Here are 1,000 names.
7. One more barrier faced by women in science: the bathroom
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05/12/17


1. Career Profile: Planetary Geologist: Dr. Justin Filiberto
2. The Limit Does Not Exist: Creative Brainpower And Badass Women In STEM
3. Strategies for Addressing Sexual Harassment in Academic Science, Engineering, and Medicine
4. This Magazine Is For Girls Who Unapologetically Love Science
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05/19/17


1. Women in Leadership: It's Not Just About Confidence
2. Astronomers Elected to National Academy of Sciences
3. Childcare Opportunity at MetSoc
4. Caltech Students Protest Return of Professor From Suspension
5. Five Ways to Move Beyond the March: A Guide for Scientists Seeking Strong,
Inclusive Science
6. We Recorded VCs' Conversations and Analyzed How Differently They Talk About
Female Entrepreneurs
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05/26/17


1. Peer Review as a Lens Into Bias
2. Is This How Discrimination Ends?
3. Scholarships for Women and Grants for Mothers Added to AAS Resource Page
4. How Women Mentors Make a Difference in Engineering
5. Pearl I. Young
6. Job Opportunities
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06/02/17


1. The Leavitt Law Revisited
2. Think Your Credentials Are Ignored Because You're A Woman? It Could Be
3. The Only Woman in the Room: Why Science is Still a Boys' Club
4. The Hidden Women in Astronomy Research
5. Science Celebrities: Where Are the Women?
6. Job Opportunities
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06/09/17


1. eAlliances : An Invitation to Join a Mutual Mentoring Network
2. Becoming Inclusive
3. You Can't Be What You Can't See: A Congressional Forum
4. Workshop and Third Committee Meeting of The Committee on Impacts of Sexual
Harassment in Academia
5. Nature Astronomy Focus: Gender equity in astronomy
6. Your Stories of Battling Unconscious Bias
7. Academic 'Mansplaining' 101
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06/16/17


1. Meet The CSWA: Cristina Thomas
2. Women in Astronomy IV: The Many Faces of Women Astronomers
3. Meet the Mighty Women of NASA's New Astronaut Class
4. In Science Fiction, the Future is Feminist
5. Can fake names tease out NIH reviewer bias?
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06/23/17


1. First Summary Blog post: Work-Life Balance
2. Faculty Highlight: Kelle Cruz
3. Addressing diversity in the astronomy department at UC Santa Cruz
4. Helping Postdocs With Children
5. Science's problem with unconscious bias
6. Sylvy Kornberg: Biography of a Biochemist
7. Sexist Comments Spark Outrage at Major Astronomy Festival
8. Job Opportunities
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06/30/17


1. Women in Leadership: Networks
2. Scholar Spotlight: Adrianna Perez
3. Astrobiology: Hunting aliens
4. How science got women wrong
5. Job Opportunities
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07/07/17


1. Career Profile: Planetary Scientist: Dr. Kelsi Singer
2. The myth about women in science? Bias at work in the study of gender inequality in STEM.
3. Report: In 2015, US institutions awarded most doctorates ever recorded
4. Zonta International Amelia Earhart Fellowships
5. Job Opportunities
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07/14/17


1. AAS press release: New Survey Highlights Gender, Racial Harassment
in Astronomy
2. AAS Sustainability Committee seeking new members
3. Academia needs to confront sexism
4. Real Men Might Get Made Fun Of
5. Job Opportunities
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07/21/17


1. Worse than it seems
2. Why your brain hates other people and how to make it think differently
3. Gender and Physics Day
4. Girls set AP Computer Science record ... skyrocketing growth outpaces boys
5. Jocelyn Bell Burnell wins President's Medal of the Institute of Physics
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07/28/17


1. Career Profile: Astronomer and Group Lead: Dr. Van Dixon
2. Girl Scouts adds 23 new STEM badges to encourage girls in science, tech
3. Afghan Girls' Robotics Team Wins Limelight at Competition
4. High-Fins: Shark Week is finally featuring female shark scientists
5. Young female coders get strong support for facing tough culture
6. Job Opportunities
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08/04/17


1. Women in Leadership: Power
2. How Sexual Harassment And Bias Undermine Women's Access To Scientific Careers
3. The Plan to End Science's Sexist #Manel Problem
4. Study Tracks Gender Ratios at Conferences
5. Advice to the Young from Pioneering Astrophysicist Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin,
Who Discovered the Composition of the Universe
6. Women Breaking Barriers: Career Advice from Leading Women in Business,
Technology, and Beyond
7. Job Opportunities
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08/11/17


1. Career Profiles: Astrophysicist/Planetary Scientist to Program Officer: Dr.
Melissa Morris
2. How the Girl Scouts' new CEO is using her time at NASA and Apple to promote
STEM education
3. In harassment cases, could institutions be cracking down on even big-name
faculty members?
4. Women who are elite mathematicians are less likely than men to believe
they're elite mathematicians
5. A Google employee was fired after blaming biology for tech's gender gap - but
the science shows he's wrong
6. Job Opportunities
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08/18/17


1. Solidarity Statement on Charlottesville
2. Women Who Chase The Sun
3. An astronomer who's seen 14 eclipses is ready for her biggest eclipse chase
yet
4. Leading eclipse expert found her own path in the stars
5. For One Astronomer, a Solar Eclipse Illuminates Progress for Women in the
Field
6. Job Opportunities
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08/25/17


1. Iran to Present Science Award in Memory of Maryam Mirzakhani
2. The problem with tech diversity reports
3. Women were the big winners at the 2017 Hugo Awards
4. Why men don't believe the data on gender bias in science
5. To reduce gender biases, acknowledge them
6. Job Opportunities
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09/01/17


1. AWIS webinars open to AAS members
2. New partnership with Canada to support early-career women scientists in the developing world
3. Lonely at the top for women scientists
4. The Universe Needs You: To Help in the Hunt for Planet 9
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09/08/17


1. TIME Celebrates Women From History Who Were 'Firsts' in Their Fields
2. Science writer Nathalia Holt talks to PLOS about rocket girls, silly
questions, and trading pipet for pen
3. Why female students leaveSTEM
4. Fall Recruitment: 2017 JAXA/ISAS International Top Young Fellow
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09/15/17


1. The Power of Stories
2. SparkDialog: Women in Science - Ruby Payne-Scott
3. Astronomy Ambassadors Workshop for Early-Career AAS Members
4. DPS Professional Culture and Climate Subcommittee call for membership
5. Mae Jemison, First Black Woman in Space, Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Her Flight
6. Girl Scouts 'Reach for the Stars' with New Space Science Badges
7. Job Opportunities
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09/22/17


1. A Letter to Congressional Leadership from AAS President on DACA
2. Two Surveys: Women in STEM
3. Regional Undergraduate APS Meeting at Kansas University
4. AGU's Board Approves an Updated Ethics Policy
5. Job Opportunities
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09/29/17


1. AAS President's response to Charlottesville and letter to Congress about DACA
2. Cross post: Mental Illness/Wellness and Your Career
3. Great Lakes Regional Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics
4. It's not a women's issue
5. Gender discrimination isn't real you say? Let this astronomer rip the delusion to bits
6. People Are Loving This New Word To Rival The 'Mansplaining' Phenomenon
7. She May Be The Most Unstoppable Scientist In The World
8. Here's Why They Put A Bunch Of Women On The Ceiling At Grand Central Terminal
9. Job Opportunities
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10/06/17


1. New study highlights 'hidden figure' of sun-watchers
2. Women of Color in STEM Workshop
3. January 2018 Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP) in New York City
4. The Diversity Bonus
5. The Absurdity of the Nobel Prizes in Science
6. Job Opportunities
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10/13/17


1. Ada Lovelace Day Honors "the First Computer Programmer"
2. Don't count yourself out: reminder about fellowship qualification exceptions
3. Before and after: Women finally get their due in STEM stock photos
4. The female code-breakers who were left out of history books
5. Job Opportunities
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10/20/17


1. 'Women of NASA' Lego Set to Launch for Sale Nov. 1
2. Women in science ask fewer questions than men, according to new research
3. Championing the Success of Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths,
and Medicine
4. The stories behind a CV
5. Male scientists share more -- but only with other men
6. Star Stuff: How to Hold a Dead Star in Your Hand
7. Job Opportunities
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10/27/17


1. Yet Another Potential Roadblock for Women's Career Advancement
2. AAS Code of Ethics Committee
3. Zonta International Amelia Earhart Fellowship Applications Now Being Accepted
4. Forces of nature: great women who changed science
5. Study finds bias against female candidates who have partners
6. Changing the Curve: Women in Computing
7. Job Opportunities
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11/03/17


1. Cross-Post: American Physical Society Fellers
2. Confronting Sexual Harassment in Science
3. To see more women in science, deal with test-taking anxiety in girls
4. The Problem With "The Pipeline"
5. University systems allow sexual harassers to thrive
6. Salaries for female physics faculty trail those for male colleagues
7. Blue Waters Graduate Fellowship
8. Job Opportunities
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11/10/17


1. Meet the CSWA: Angela Speck
2. CUWiP: Building a Community for Women in Physics
3. Dr. Wanda Diaz Merced featured on BBC's 100 Women
4. Why Girls Leave STEM - And What You Can Do About It
5. Insights into Sexism: Male Status and Performance Moderates Female-Directed
Hostile and Amicable Behaviour
6. Marie Curie's 150th Birthday
7. One More Pioneering Woman in Science You've Probably Never Heard of
8. Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics astrophysics programs 2019
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11/17/17


1. Meet the CSWA: Maria Patterson
2. Analysis: How Implicit Biases Hamper Women's Participation in Science
3. SA [South African --- Webmaster] Women scientists honoured on global stage at
L'Oréal-UNESCO programme
4. The first hijabi Barbie is here -- but who are the other 'Sheroes'?
5. Job Opportunities
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12/01/17


1. Women in Leadership: Influence
2. Perspective: Communication in the Workplace
3. 2017 AAAS Fellows Recognized for Advancing Science
4. She's worked at NASA for 60 years, longer than any other woman
5. L'Oréal USA for Women in Science
6. [Withdrawn because outdated -- Webmaster]
7. Wonder Women
8. Job Opportunities
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12/08/17


1. Meet the CSWA: Greg Rudnick
2. Cards Against Humanity Expansion Pack to Fund Scholarship for Women in STEM
3. The 2018 Kavli Summer Program in Astrophysics
4. Meet the LEGO Women of NASA
5. Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Ellen Ochoa
6. The Takedown of Title IX
7. The Cost of Devaluing Women
8. US science gender gap unpicked
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12/15/17


1. Meet the CSWA: David Grinspoon
2. Great mentoring is key for the next generation of scientists
3. UK Astronomy & Geophysics: Growing, But Not Very Diverse
4. The First Women in Tech Didn't Leave — Men Pushed Them Out
5. Women in Science are a Force of Nature
6. Job Opportunities
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12/22/17


1. Cross-post: STARtorialist BOOTH-tique at AAS 231
2. Women Are Invited to Give Fewer Talks Than Men at Top U.S. Universities
3. Parents in STEM fields boost girls' participation in science degrees
4. House Passes Esty's Bipartisan Women in Aerospace Aviation Act
5. Make your own women in science snowflakes
6. Job Opportunities
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