Women in science
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Addenda to the papers (MC 205) of Ida Sophia Scudder, medical missionary and physician.
Correspondence, questionnaires, printed material, etc., of the Intercollegiate Bureau of Occupations and its predecessor Bureau of Vocational Information.
Correspondence, diaries, notebooks, etc., of Ida Sophia Scudder, medical missionary and physician.
Correspondence, legal documents, course schedules, exams, etc., relating to sex discrimination allegations brought against Queensborough Community College by physics professor Dinah L. Moché.
Correspondence, biographical material, photographs, etc., of Madeleine P. Grant, professor and biographer of Alice Hamilton, pioneer industrial toxicologist.
Chiefly papers of Congregational minister Antoinette Louisa Brown Blackwell, as well as papers and photographs of other family members.
Correspondence, diaries, photographs, etc., of Blackwell family members, primarily the physician Elizabeth Blackwell, her daughter Katharine Kitty Barry Blackwell, and suffragist Alice Stone Blackwell.
Records of Radcliffe College's Office of the Associate Dean (formerly Assistant Dean), which directed research on women's careers and education.
The records of the Senior Faculty Caucus for Gender Equality consists of correspondence, clippings, and printed minutes of Harvard Faculty of Arts & Sciences meetings documenting controversy arising from comments made by Harvard President Lawrence H. Summers on the subject of women's ability to excel in science.