Page 1: Implementing Change and Finding Balance at NASA's GSFC by Amy Simon-Miller
Page 1: Career vs. Family - How "The Man" Can Help by Sarah Gibson
Page 5: The Balancing Act: A Postdoc's Perspective by Hannah Jang-Condell
Page 7: Dorrit Hoffleit by Pangratios Papagosta
Pae 13: 1984 Review of Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin's autobiography by Dorrit Hoffleit
Page 16: Book Reviews: Lifetimes and Beamtimes by Beth Hufnagel
Page 17: Apollo Fever by Fran Bagenal
By Fran Bagenal
This issue of STATUS provides three different views of family-work issues. We aim to publish more articles on this theme in the future, exploring how different people and institutions are tackling what is a primary concern of many professional
astronomers. Readers are encouraged
to submit their perspectives. STATUS continues to celebrate women astronomers who have made major contributions to our field with an interview of Dorrit Hoffleit plus an insightful review she wrote of Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin’s autobiography 21 years ago. Finally, we have created two new sections in STATUS: Feedback of responses to articles in previous issues and Snippets that presents short pieces from the news.
Fran Bagenal (University of Colorado)
Joannah Hinz (University of Arizona)
Patricia Knezek (WIYN Observatory)
Meg Urry (Yale University)
Stephanie Smith (STScI)
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