More women blogging about science and engineering:
(Female) Assistant Engineering Professor says:
I'm an assistant Engineering Professor starting down the tenure track road this year (2008). And I'm female. As my life is becoming exponentially hectic, I thought that my experiences might be helpful to others, and other's advice might be helpful to me.Angineer is written by Angie in Colorado:
A female professional engineer who defines herself by the groups and activities she joins--I am a leader in the Society of Women Engineers, adult Girl Scout volunteer, and proud sorority alumna and adviser.
The Musings of a Life Long Scholar: A new blog by geologist Life Long Scholar, which is about "musing about her love of learning and the joys of life in the sciences."
One Astronomer's Noise is the blog of Nicole, "Astronomy grad student, skeptic, atheist, libertarian, and belly dancer."
The Minority Scientist blog has two goals:
*Share useful information to assist minorities, including women and underrepresented peoples, in science navigate a career in scientific research.A Neotropical Savanna is the blog of Mary Farmer:
* Explore the world of science through the eyes of a single parent pursuing a Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences.
The posts in this blog are my own experience working through the learning of plants in the area where I now live. Even though this area happens to be in Panama, the principles I use for learning these plants apply to the learning of all plants. Most interesting may be the mistakes I make! And I make plenty, believe me.Farmer also runs the web site Learn Plants Now!
Microbiologist XX says she is "finishing my PhD in microbiolgy. This consumes most of my time. I also enjoy listening to music, reading, laughing at my cats and shopping for shoes."
S. of More Than a Permanent Student is in grad school studying ecology.
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