Women in Science - Career & Family
Various photographs showing women undergraduate students at professional meetings and Carol pregnant while teaching beach processes in Delaware and with her young family and student babysitter. Next photo is Stephanie Gaswirth '97 (on the left) is standing in front of her research poster, based on her senior thesis on the Cambrian Ledger Formation, and alumnae Kimberly A. McGeehan '86 stopped by to take a look. Northeast Region Geological Society of America meeting.
Career Scientists and the Shared Academic Position, Motherhood: the Elephant in the Laboratory, E. Monosson, ed., Cornell University Press, 2008, p. 83-91.
Biological Clocks and Tenure Timetables: Restructuring the Academic Timeline
Geological Society of American Today, v. 12, p. 24, 2002
Gender in Geoscience Academia: What's the Real Picture?
1994, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, October 24-27, Seatle, WA.
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