Tag: women in ecology

Looking for Women in Science (especially Ecology)? You can find a bunch of them here. For the last few years, we’ve been focusing on female ecologists, especially during Women’s History Month (March) each year. Visit our page devoted to these …

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Harriet George Barclay, August 31, 1901- May 25, 1990 “She kept saying she couldn’t die because she had too much to do,” recalls retired University of Tulsa biology professor Dr. Paul Buck, for whom Barclay was mentor and friend. … …

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Women in Ecology Series

This page lists all of our posts about women in ecology, from all categories. Some are career outlines or brief bios, and others are personal accounts highlighting the contributions of women, past and present. Throughout the year, but especially during …

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From an “Ecologist Directory” maintained by the ESA Education Office about 2004-2005. Profile circa 2004. Degree                                           Ph.D. Position                                         Assistant Professor Department                                   Department of Ecology Providence Organization                                 University, Taiwan When did you get interested in ecology? Who was most influential in …

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In 1917, shortly after its founding, ESA published a detailed directory, or “handbook,” based on questions asked of its early members. The list provided documentation of the individuals’ professional position, field of study, research methods, and other details, making it …

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Ecological Richness: ecologists from underrepresented groups

For more than two decades, ESA has been concerned about equity in its membership and has actively sought ways to increase participation by under-represented groups. In 1988, a committee was appointed to address this issue, and ESA still maintains a …

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This post is part of a series for Women’s History Month, March 2016. See all related posts. In August 1988, Dr. Jean Harmon Langenheim spoke to ESA members as the Society’s past president. Her speech, The Path and Progress of …

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This post is part of a series for Women’s History Month, March 2016. See all related posts. Thirty years ago, Dr. Jean Langenheim initiated a project on “women ecologists” by sending letters to dozens of women who were practicing ecology, …

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March will, once again, be Women’s History Month here in the U.S.* We’ll be focusing on the many women who now work, and have worked, in ecological sciences. We would love to have your help! We’ll be posting bios of …

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