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- The Carolina Women’s Center strives to advance the university’s mission of research, teaching, and service. Learn more about our contributions to the intellectual life of the campus community, our collaborative partnerships, our community engagement efforts, and our programming (description taken from the Carolina Women’s Center website).
- The Women and Science Program is housed with the Department of Women’s Studies as the substantial and emerging literature on gender and science includes scholarship in many fields – history, sociology, anthropology, education, psychology, philosophy, and social studies of science – but shares a common focus on gender and women (description taken from the Women and Science Program website).
- Video of panel discussion at the 2010 American Association of University Women.
- The Report, Why So Few? Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics:
- Science Magazine’s diversity page with many articles specific for women in science
- Staying Competitive; Patching America’s Leaky Pipeline in the Sciences. A report from the Center for American Progress
- Association for Women in Science (AWIS)
- NY Times Article on gender bias in the sciences:
- The Women in Science & Engineering Leadership Institute (WISELI) is a research center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. WISELI uses UW-Madison as a “living laboratory” to study gender equity for women in science and engineering, implement solutions, and provide methods and analyses to measure indicators of success (description taken from WISELI website).
- The Greatest Women in Science History