Who Will Do the Science of the Future?: A Symposium on Careers of Women in Science (Compass series)

Who Will Do the Science of the Future?: A Symposium on Careers of Women in Science (Compass series)

English | January 11, 2001 | ISBN: 0309071852 | 104 Pages | PDF | 1.45 MB

Who Will Do the Science of the Future? is the summary of a symposium on careers of women in science. The symposium incorporated three panels of presenters: one focusing on the next generation, Science for All Students; a second that looks in depth at the issues reflected in one particular field of science, computer science, reflecting an in-depth view of academic and industrial computer scientists; and a third that focuses on strategies and policies to recruit, retain, and promote career advancement for women scientists. Lastly, there was a plenary address on how to ensure women continue to advance into positions of leadership in science. Table of Contents
Front MatterOverviewWelcomePlenary Panel I: The Next Generation: Science for All StudentsPlenary II: An In-Depth View of Computer SciencePlenary III: Strategies and Policies to Recruit, Retain, and Advance Women ScientistsPlenary IV: Advancing Women Into Science LeadershipClosing RemarksQuestion and Answer Comments: Panel IQuestion and Answer Comments: Panel IIQuestion and Answer Comments: Panel III

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