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Women in Science: Do We Ignore Female Role Models?

This article, originally published in the Ecology 101 section of the Ecological Society of America's Bulletin, describes the authors attempts to assess students' knowledge of women role models in science. It also describes her efforts to incorporate women scientists into lectures and labs and she suggests methods for other faculty to do the same.
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Primary or BEN resource type
Discipline Specific Core Concepts
Life science discipline (subject)
Keywords scientist, woman, women, female, role model, ecology 101
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Intended End User Role
Language
Educational Language
Pedagogical Use Description This resource may be useful in providing ideas to incorporate examples of women scientists into lectures and presentations. It could also be used to aid in evaluating whether students can recognize women scientists and if they are considered role models.
Primary Author Controlled Name
Primary Author Affiliation Department of Biology, California State University
Primary Author email n/a
Rights Author retains copyright.
Date Of Record Submission 1999-11-30

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