Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

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April 1999

Volume 869 WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING: CHOICES FOR SUCCESS

Pages xi–xix, 1–261

  1. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
    1. Dedication (page xi)

      Cecily Cannan Selby

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08346.x

  2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
    1. Preface (pages xiii–xix)

      CECILY CANNAN SELBY

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08347.x

  3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
    1. Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference (pages 1–6)

      RODNEY W. NICHOLS

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08348.x

  4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
    1. Creeping Toward Inclusivity in Science: Executive Summary (pages 7–15)

      PHYLLIS GOLDBERG

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08349.x

    2. Personal Reflections (pages 16–18)

      GERTRUDE B. ELION

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08350.x

    3. Working Together to Expand Opportunity (pages 19–21)

      JAMES PRESTON

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08351.x

  5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
    1. Choices and Successes: Honoring Women Pioneers (pages 22–33)

      CAROL BERCZUK

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08352.x

  6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
    1. Reaching for Success in Science: Women's Uneven Journey (pages 58–65)

      PAULA M. RAYMAN and JULIE PEARSON STEWART

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08354.x

  7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
    1. The Work: Introduction and Summary (pages 75–77)

      SHEILA TOBIAS

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08356.x

    2. Where Women Are in the Majority (pages 87–88)

      NAPHYSAH DUNCAN

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08358.x

    3. Gender, Knowledge, and Scientific Styles (pages 89–93)

      MARY FRANK FOX

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08359.x

  8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
    1. The Workplace: Opening Remarks (page 94)

      JOHN DOWLING

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08360.x

  9. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
  10. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
    1. Reflections on a Career in the Aerospace Industry (pages 110–112)

      STEPHANIE D. WILSON

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08364.x

  11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
    1. Oh, If They Could Only See Us Now! (pages 113–117)

      HELEN C. DAVIES

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08365.x

    2. Review and Summary of Part II Sessions (pages 127–132)

      CECILY C. SELBY

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08367.x

    3. Models of Success and Satisfaction: An Interactive, Intergenerational Discussion (pages 133–139)

      BARBARA GEROLIMATOS and MARICA L. WORTHING

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08368.x

    4. Changing the Way Our Culture Interacts with Science (pages 140–142)

      SARA LEE SCHUPF

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08369.x

  12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
    1. Women Scientists in Industry (pages 143–174)

      MARY MATTIS and JENNIFER ALLYN

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08370.x

    2. Women in Biotechnology: Finding a Place (pages 189–190)

      VICKI L. SATO

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08372.x

    3. Women Drivers (pages 191–196)

      NANCY J. HUTSON

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08373.x

  13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
    1. Promoting Success in the Department of Energy (pages 200–203)

      BEVERLY KARPLUS HARTLINE

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08375.x

  14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
  15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
    1. A View from the Trenches (pages 219–223)

      MARY S. ERSKINE

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08379.x

    2. Issues of Isolation and Community (pages 224–225)

      KARIN RABE

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08380.x

  16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?

    1. Top of page
    2. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Dedication
    3. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Preface
    4. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Introduction to a 25th Anniversary Conference
    5. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Article
    6. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Invited Background Papers
    7. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part I. Changes: What Difference Has the Last Twenty-Five Years Made?
    8. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session A. The Work
    9. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    10. Article: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    11. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session B. The Workplace
    12. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part II. Choices: What Keeps Women in Science and Engineering? - Session C. The Rewards
    13. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session A. What Promotes Success in the Private Sector?
    14. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session B. What Policies of Government Agencies Are Worth Emulating?
    15. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia?
    16. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part III. Successes: Which Policies and Practices Work? - Session C. What Promotes the Development of Women Scientists in Academia? - Academic Policies and Practices
    17. Women in Science and Engineering: Choices for Successa: Part IV. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?
    1. The Future: What Have We Learned and How Can It Help?: A Panel Discussion (pages 236–245)

      CECILY C. SELBY, ELEANOR BAUM, DARYL E. CHUBIN and LILIAN SHIAO-YEN WU

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08382.x

    2. Conference Participants (pages 246–261)

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08383.x

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