Who Will Do the Science of the Future? is the summary of a symposium on careers of women in science. The symposium incorporated three panels of presenters: one focusing on the next generation, Science for All Students; a second that looks in depth at the issues reflected in one particular field of science, computer science, reflecting an in-depth view of academic and industrial computer scientists; and a third that focuses on strategies and policies to recruit, retain, and promote career advancement for women scientists. Lastly, there was a plenary address on how to ensure women continue to advance into positions of leadership in science.
National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council. 2000. Who Will Do the Science of the Future?: A Symposium on Careers of Women in Science. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/10008.
|Plenary Panel I: The Next Generation: Science for All Students||5-28|
|Plenary II: An In-Depth View of Computer Science||29-42|
|Plenary III: Strategies and Policies to Recruit, Retain, and Advance Women Scientists||43-56|
|Plenary IV: Advancing Women Into Science Leadership||57-74|
|Question and Answer Comments: Panel I||77-80|
|Question and Answer Comments: Panel II||81-83|
|Question and Answer Comments: Panel III||84-87|
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