Scientist, Educator & Speaker
1. The Career Guide for Women in Science was borne out of a Conference for Women in Science held at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, and published in 1988. Although it is now 30 years old, sadly little has changed and much of what is in the Guide is still relevant and useful.
I thank Dr. Michael K. Durand, Professor of Physics at California State University-Dominguez Hills for sending me a copy of this Guide.
Click on link: GuideForWomenInScience2
2. An uplifting read about women entrepreneurs in tech is the book Geek Girl Rising: Inside the Sisterhood Shaking Up Tech by Heather Cabot and Samantha Walravens. It is chock full of advice, inspirations and stories from women at the front lines of tech- entrepreneurs, engineers and investors. I highly recommend this book! To learn more about the book and purchasing links, go to: https://geekgirlrising.com/
3. Articles relevant to women and men about preparing for education and careers in STEM:
Keeping me awake at night
The blog of the Institute for Women's Policy Research
Mark Cooper and John Marx write about universities.
Driving Advice for Lost Angelenos
books and things.
INSIDE THE ART, CRAFT AND BUSINESS OF WRITING for Film, TV, Books, Stage, Print or Digital Media (with Particular Attention to Comedy)
rock and roll