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STATUS

June 2001

Contents

Page 1: Evaluation of the Status of Women in Astronomy, by Andrea Dupree

Page 1: Criticism and Defense of the MIT Report, by Meg Urry

Page 8: The Charge of The Association for Women in Science (AWIS), by Catherine Jay Didion and Kelly Meeker

Page 11: Illogical Dimensions to Being a Woman Scientist, by Kristy Dyer

Page 14: Anonymous Letter to the Department Faculty

Page 15: Women and the Work/Family Dilemma, Book Review by Ann Wehrle

Page 16: CSWA Talk in Pasadena

Page 17: Why Women Leave Science, by Diane Hoffman-Kim

 

Edited by Meg Urry and Lisa Frattare Space Telescope Science Institute
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