Women in Science: Web Links
The number of organizations for women in the sciences is growing. From professional networking to mentoring opportunities, they offer support for the tens of thousands of American women scientists at work today.
Women in Science: web links
Association for Women in Science
An advocacy organization promoting women’s activities in the sciences, with over 5,000 members nationwide. Publishes a self-titled quarterly magazine aimed at women scientists.
Committee on the Status of Women in Physics
Branch of the American Physical Society designed to encourage the professional development of women physicists.
Women in Biology Internet Launch Pages
A detailed page of annotated links catering to women working in the biological sciences.
Society of Women Engineers
Professional group for women in the engineering sciences.
Women of NASA
Learn about the women behind America’s space program.
Advocates for Women in Science, Engineering, and Mathematics
National group dedicated to mentoring young women interested in becoming scientists.
A tele-mentoring program connecting middle-school aged girls interested in science, mathematics, or computer science with university-level mentors.
Another tele-mentoring project for young women in science.
Slick career site for women in technology.