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A FORWARD for, 177


A. A. Kingston Middle School, 82 GEMS for, 151, 152
AAAS. See American Association for the Advancement of Science Girls Dig it Online for, 118
AAC&U. See Association of American Colleges and Universities Girls RISE for, 83–84
Abel, Jean A., 86 GREEN Project for, 147, 148
Abington College, 53 Improving Science in a Dayton Magnet School for, 137
Absher, Martha, 177 Learning Communities for, 154
abstract phenomena, 10 REALM for, 117
academic environment, Why Do Some Physics Departments Have More Women Majors?, 205 Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls for, 145
Academy for Educational Development, 181 Sisters in Science for, 141, 142
Accelerating Women's Success in Science (conference), 210 Student-Peer Teaching in Birmingham, Alabama for, 136
ACES, 120 studying math, 153, 154
achievement Training Model for Extracurricular Science for, 149
Appalachian Girls' Voices and, 160 Turnage Scholars Program for, 138
BUGS and, 182 After-School ASSETS Project, 145
Developing Hands-On Museum Exhibits and, 79 after-school programs
FEMME Continuum and, 19 After-School ASSETS Project, 145
Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English and, 135 After-School Science PLUS, 11
InGEAR and, 192 Agents for Change, 112, 113
Math Mega Camp and, 61 AWSEM, 55, 56
Project EFFECT and, 36 Biographical Storytelling Empowers Latinas in Math, 132
Summerscape and, 31 BUGS, 182
Teaching SMART and, 7 Connections, 179, 180
Achieving Success in Academia, 213 Experiment-Based Physics for Girls, 95
ACTF. See Australian Children's Television Foundation Eyes to the Future, 45, 46
action plan Family Tools and Technology, 3, 5
Creeping Toward Inclusivity, 211 Get Set, Go!, 188, 189
Retaining Graduate Students and Junior Faculty, 208 Girls First, 21, 23
What Works in After-School Science, 181 Girls in Science, 26
Action-WISE in Zanesville, Ohio, 160–161 GO Team!, 101
activity-based learning GREEN Project, 148
in Nosebag Science, 12 Minority Girls in the System, 142, 143
in Science Connections, 20, 162 Mountaineering After-School and Summer Camps, 16
in Splash, 124 OPTIONS, 48, 49
in Triad Alliance Science Clubs, 189, 190 Partners in Engineering, 82
Acton Discovery Museum, 79 Science Is for Us, 33
ADA. See Americans with Disabilities Act Selling Girls on Physical Sciences, 96–97
Adams, James B., 39 Sisters in Science, 141, 142
Adelson, Beth, 152 Sisters in Sport Science, 16, 17
advanced placement, Retooling High School Teachers of Computer Science, 106 Student-Peer Teaching in Birmingham, Alabama, 136
advancement Sweetwater Girl Power, 146, 147
Achieving Success in Academia and, 213 Teaching SMART, 7
Balancing the Equation and, 211–212 Techbridge, 23
Collaborating Across Campuses and, 214 Traveling Science Program, 14
Creeping Toward Inclusivity and, 210–211 Turnage Scholars Program, 138
Equity, Science Careers, and the Changing Economy and, 211 What Works in After-School Science, 181
Guide for Recruiting and Advancing Women in Academia and, 212 WISE Women at Stony Brook, 186, 187
InGEAR and, 192 Women in Astronomy, 26, 27
Making Engineering More Attractive as a Career and, 202–203 After-School Science PLUS, 11
Retaining Graduate Students and Junior Faculty and, 207–208 Agents for Change, 111–113
Team Approach to Mentoring Junior Economists and, 215 AIP. See American Institute of Physics
ADVANCE program, 75–76 AISES. See American Indian Science and Engineering Society
adventure game, Adventures of Josie True, 40 Akyurtlu, Jale, 177
Adventures in Computers, Engineering, and Space. See ACES Alabama School of Fine Arts (ASFA), 136
Adventures of Josie True, 40 Alaska Department of Education, 158
advocates for women in science, engineering and mathematics. See AWSEM Alaskan girls
African American girls Feed the Mind, Nourish the Spirit for, 139
After-School ASSETS Project for, 145 Out of the Lab for, 158–159
Appalachian Girls' Voices for, 159 Radio Series on Alaskan Women in Science for, 158
Alberts, Bruce, 189 ASFA. See Alabama School of Fine Arts
Albrecht, Christal, 196 Ash, Doris, 23, 27
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. See Sloan Foundation Asian American girls
algebraic concepts, 68 Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls for, 145
Aliaga, Martha, 140 Sisters in Science for, 141, 142
Alliance for Education, 131 ASPIN. See Arizona State Public Information Network
Allied Signal, 42 ASPIRA, 84, 133
Allied Social Science Association, 215 Assessing Women in Engineering Programs, 89
Alp, Neslihan, 120 assessment tools, 89
Alpern, Sara, 200 ASSETS Project, 145
Alscher, Ruth G., 161 Association for Women in Science (AWIS), 23, 49, 50, 98, 133, 174, 191, 201
Altoona College, 108 Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), 201
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 149, 163, 181, 211 astronomy, Women in Astronomy, 26–27
American Association of Physics Teachers, 204 ASU. See Arizona State University
American Association of University Women, 33, 78, 82, 182, 192, 194 Athena Project, 180–181
American Association of Women in Community Colleges, 52 athletics. See also sports-based learning
American Economic Association's Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession Calculate the Possibilities, 33
(CSWEP), 215 FEMME Continuum, 19
American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES), 139, 140 Athreya, Krishna S., 163, 170
American Institute of Physics (AIP), 204 Atlanta Public Schools, 31
American Physical Society, 204 AT&T Foundation, 34
American Physiological Society (APS), 122, 123 AU. See American University
American Society of Civil Engineers, 98 Auchincloss, Priscilla S., 100
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), 80 Austin, Suzanne S., 71
American University (AU), 123 Australian Children's Television Foundation (ACTF), 77
American Youth Foundation, 156 Avon Products, 211
Ames Research Center, 61 AWIS. See Association for Women in Science
Amos, Thomasennia, 113 AWS, 14
analytical skills, 28 AWSEM, 55–56
Anderson, Kathy, 10
Anderson Consulting, 86 B
Anderson-Rowland, Mary R., 39, 86, 93 backstory, 40
androgyny, 92 Badner, Judith, 41
AnimalWatch, 65–66 Baker, Dale R., 86
Animal World, 67 Baker, Sara J., 122–123
animation Balancing the Equation, 211–212
Calculus Research, 71–72 Baldwin, Patricia, 12
Engineering Lessons in Animated Cartoons, 85 Ball, Dorothy, 80
anthropology, 151 Ballester, Adelaida, 71
Appalachia Educational Laboratory, 160 Ball State University, 33
Appalachian Girls' Voices, 159–160 Barnard College, 201
Appalachian Rural Systemic Initiative (ARSI), 160 barriers
Appalachians, 159–160 On the Air with Gender Equity, 39
apprenticeships Appalachian Girls' Voices, 160
Apprenticeships in Science Policy, 123 Improving the Climate in Physics Departments, 204
FORWARD, 177 InGEAR, 192
Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs, 195 Project GOLD, 175
Apprenticeships in Science Policy, 123 Retaining Graduate Students and Junior Faculty, 208
APS. See American Physiological Society RISE, 51
Arbuckle-Keil, Georgia A., 152 Science of Living Spaces, 166
archaeology, Girls Dig it Online, 118 Barrow, Lloyd H., 97
ArcView, 135 Bartle-Schulweis, Kathleen, 42
ArcVoyager, 135 Bartlett, Robin L., 215
Arizona Science Center, 78, 125 Basch, Linda G., 212
Arizona State Public Information Network (ASPIN), 86 Bates College, 201
Arizona State University (ASU), 39, 78, 86, 92, 93, 125, 155, 156, 157 Batra, Prem P., 137
ARSI. See Appalachian Rural Systemic Initiative Battino, Rubin, 137
Arthur D. Little Foundation, 45, 46 Baxter, H. James, 82
Aschbacher, Pamela R., 103 Bay City Public School, 7
Baylor College of Medicine, 206–207 in Training Model for Extracurricular Science, 149
Beal, Carole R., 66, 67 of women in science, 11, 39, 41, 42, 122–123, 140, 151, 155–156
Beere, Carole, 50 in WomenTech at Community Colleges, 196
before-school program, 23 bioinformatics, 122
Bell Atlantic-New Jersey, 34 Bioinformatics for High School, 122
Benally, Suzanne, 139 biology
benchmarks, Assessing Women in Engineering Programs, 89 Bioinformatics for High School, 122
Bendet, Bess, 6 Gender and Persistence, 205
Bennett, Dorothy T., 47, 77 Improving Science in a Dayton Magnet School, 137
Berenson, Sarah B., 69 Jump for the Sun, 170
Berkovits, Annette R., 27, 121 Life Science Biographies, 122–123
Berle-Carman, Mary, 62, 63 Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls, 145
Bernoulli, Daniel, 85 Black Diamond Girl Scout Council, 160
Bernstein, Bianca, 93 Blackfeet Community College, 169
Bertozzi, Andrea L., 76 Black Women in Sports Foundation, 17
BEST Inc., 87 Blaisdell, Stephanie, 86, 93
best practices Blake, Patricia K., 12
Achieving Success in Academia, 213 Blecksmith, Richard, 74
Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science, 150 Blitz, Jennifer A., 101, 155
Collaborating Across Campuses, 214 Blumer, Evan, 161
Creeping Toward Inclusivity, 211 Blumstein, Sheila E., 58
Girls and Technology, 28 Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES), 43, 187
Guide for Recruiting and Advancing Women in Academia, 212 Board of Regents, 31
Making Engineering More Attractive as a Career, 203 Boeing Helicopters, 86
Retaining Graduate Students and Junior Faculty, 208 Boerger, Eileen, 56
Washington State Gender Equity Project, 184 Bogue, Barbara, 89, 203
What Works in After-School Science, 181 book series, Interconnections, 10
What Works in Programs for Girls, 179 Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC), 71–72
Why Do Some Physics Departments Have More Women Majors?, 205 Borough of Manhattan Community College Corporate and Cable Communications Department, 72
Betts, Phyllis G., 99 Borough of Manhattan Community College Mathematics and Computer Information Systems
Betzer, Peter R., 115 Department, 72
bibliography, Tutorials for Change, 206 Boston Computer Museum, 180
Biemer, Linda B., 81 Boudjouk, Philip, 144
Bierman, Jane, 172 bouncing balls, making, 96
bilingual programs Bowling Green University, 109
After-School Science PLUS, 11 Bowman, Keith J., 88
Biographical Storytelling Empowers Latinas in Math, 131, 132 Bowyer, Jane, 23
Education Coalition in Connecticut, 191 Boyd, Erica, 81
Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English, 134, 135 Boys and Girls Clubs of America, 27
Integrating Math and Science with Lego Logo, 133 Boys and Girls Clubs of Miami, 84
Latinas En Ciencia, 128 Brainard, Suzanne G., 45, 213
Making Connections, 9 Breaking the Silences, 208–209
Techgirl, 39 Brentwood School District, 43, 187
Training Model for Extracurricular Science, 149 Bres, Mimi, 116
Una Mano al Futuro, 133 Bridge Program, 36
Binghamton University, 81 Brilliant Design, 110
Biographical Storytelling Empowers Latinas in Math, 131–132 Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science, 149–150
biographies Bringing Up Girls in Science. See BUGS
of African American women in science, 136, 149 Bring Your Mother to (Engineering) School, 93–94
in After-School Science PLUS, 11 Bristol-Myers Squibb, 34
of Alaskan women in science, 158 broadcasting, Tech Trek, 15
in Biographical Storytelling Empowers Latinas in Math, 132 brochures, FORWARD, 177
in GEMS, 152 Bronx Zoo, 27, 121
in Life Science Biographies, 123 Brookdale Community College, 92
of men in science, 11 Brookhaven National Laboratory, 187
in Profiles of Women in Science and Engineering, 41 Brooks, Anita, 134, 135
in Putting a Human Face on Science, 42 Brooks, Dianne, 175
in Radio Series on Alaskan Women in Science, 158 Brown, Ann, 27
of successful Latinas, 131–132 Brown, Judy A., 84, 102
Brown, Susan J., 130 Community-Based Mentoring and, 49, 50
Brown University, 57, 58 Connections and, 180
Brunner, Cornelia, 77 Counseling for Gender Equity and, 194
Bryan, Virginia R., 125 Douglass Projects Pre-College Program and, 34
Buckley-Holland, Susan, 71 Engineering GOES to Middle School and, 80
Buettner, Helen M., 90 Equity, Science Careers, and the Changing Economy and, 211
BUGS, 182 Equity Initiatives in Houston and, 184, 185
Building BRIDGES for Community College Students, 51–52 Exploring Engineering and, 78
Buncick, Milan C., 99 Eyes to the Future and, 46
Burger, Carol J., 113, 161, 194 FEMME Continuum and, 19
Burnett, Mary F., 196 Futurebound and, 152, 153
Burrows, Veronica A., 156 GEMS and, 151, 152
Busch, Lisa, 158 GEOS and, 157
Bush Foundation, 7 Get Set, Go! and, 188
Button, Elizabeth, 18 Girls and Technology and, 28, 29
Bystydzienski, Jill, 208 Girls First and, 23
Girls for Planet Earth and, 27
C Girls RISE and, 84
CAD. See computer-assisted drafting Hands-On Engineering Projects for Middle School Girls and, 81
Cadette Girl Scouts, 15 Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English and, 134
Calculate the Possibilities, 33 How to Be a Mentor and, 45
calculus Improving Science in a Dayton Magnet School and, 137
Calculus Research and, 71–72 Jump Start and, 115, 116
Changing How Introductory Physics is Taught and, 99 Learning Communities and, 154
E-WOMS and, 73–75 Master It and, 163
Learning Communities, 154 Math Camp for Deaf High School Girls and, 175
Pathways through Calculus and, 73 Mentoring Through Crossage Research Terms and, 50
Calculus Research, 71–72 MentorNet and, 48
California Institute of Technology, 103 New Courses to Draw Women into Science and Engineering and, 200
California Postsecondary Education Commission, 73 Oceanography Camp for Girls and, 114, 115
California School for the Blind, 22, 23 Opening the Horizon and, 164
California Science Project, 147 OPTIONS and, 49
California's SSI Math Renaissance Project, 63 Pathways through Calculus and, 73
California State University at Fullerton, 73 PipeLINK and, 111
California State University at Hayward (CSUH), 25, 61 Pre-College Engineering Workshops and, 86
California State University at Long Beach, 201 Profiles of Women in Science and Engineering and, 41
California State University at Los Angeles (CSULA), 93–94 Project EDGE and, 44
Caltech Precollege Science Initiative, 102–103 Project PRISM and, 139
Camden Schools, 152 Recruiting Engineers in Kentucky, K-12 and, 87
Campbell, Patricia, 4 Recruiting Women into Computer Science and, 109
Camp REACH, 79–80 Re-Entering the Workforce and, 173, 174
Capital Area School Development Association, 39 Research in Computer Science and, 103
Carberry, Mary S., 105 Role Models Change Hispanic Girls' Job Aspirations and, 130–131
Carbondale Science Center, 37 Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls and, 145
career awareness Science in the City and, 155
ACES and, 120 Science Is for Us and, 33
Achieving Success in Academia and, 213 Science of Living Spaces and, 166
Action-WISE in Zanesville, Ohio and, 161 Self-Authorship and Pivotal Transitions toward Information Technology and, 113
Athena Project and, 181 Selling Girls on Physical Sciences and, 97
AWSEM and, 55, 56 Sisters in Science and, 142
Balancing the Equation and, 212 Sisters in Sport Science and, 17
Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science and, 150 Southern Illinois Support Network and, 37
Bring Your Mother to (Engineering) School and, 93–94 Summer Camp for Rural High School Girls and, 172
BUGS and, 182 Summer Research Projects in Computer Science and, 108, 109
Building BRIDGES for Community College Students and, 52 Sweetwater Girl Power and, 146, 147
Calculate the Possibilities and, 33 TARGETS and, 156
Careers in Wildlife Science and, 121 Teaching SMART and, 8
Changing Faculty Through Learning Communities and, 202 Team Approach to Mentoring Junior Economists and, 215
College Studies for Women on Public Assistance and, 173 Techgirl and, 39
Tech Trek and, 15 Children's Aid Society, 27
Telementoring Teens and, 47 Children's Museum of South Carolina, 171
Training Model for Extracurricular Science and, 149 Chilson, David W., 109
Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups and, 163 Chinese Americans, studying math, 153, 154
Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs and, 194, 195 Christopher Newport University, 166
Turnage Scholars Program and, 138 Chromozone, 110
Tutorials for Change and, 206 CIC WISE. See Committee on Institutional Cooperation's Women in Science and Engineering
Una Mano al Futuro and, 133 Cid, Carmen R., 191
WISE Investments and, 86 Ciletti, Barbara, 10
WISE Women at Stony Brook and, 186, 187 Cincinnati Institute for Career Alternatives, 173
Women Who Walk Through Time and, 119 Cisco Systems, 147
Careers in Wildlife Science, 121 Citizens Environmental Research Institute (CERI), 148
Carlson, David, 10 City of Columbia Water & Light Division, 97
Carnegie Mellon University, 41, 45, 106, 110 City University of New York, 72, 109, 206
Carnegie Technology Education, 110 City University of New York Graduate School, 183
Carr, Martha, 61 Civil, Marta, 143
Carson City GIS Department, 135 Claire Boothe Luce Program, 210, 211
Carson City School District, 135 Clark, Margaret R., 190
Carter, Carolyn S., 160 Clark Atlanta University, 191, 192
cartoons. See also animation Clarke, Margaret J., 98
Engineering Lessons in Animated Cartoons, 85 Clarkson University, 82, 139
Cassis, Glenn A., 191 Claud, Elizabeth, 14
Catalyst, Inc., 211 Clayton County School System, 31
Cavin, Susan, 92 clubs. See also science clubs
CCOFFE workshop, 215 in AWSEM, 56
CCRI. See Community College of Rhode Island in Eyes to the Future, 46
CCT. See Colville Confederated Tribes in GREEN Project, 148
CCU. See Coastal Carolina University in Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English, 135
CD-ROM, AnimalWatch, 66 Clute, Pamela S., 181
Cennamo, Katherine, 161 CMU. See Central Michigan University
Center for Advanced Study in Education, 183 COA. See College of Alameda
Center for Children and Technology (CCT), 47, 77, 102 Coastal Carolina University (CCU), 170–171
Center for Family Involvement in Schools, Consortium for Educational Equity, 5 Cobb, Jewel Plummer, 41
Center for Gifted Studies, 87 Coble, Paula G., 115
Center for High Pressure Research, 187 Coconut Grove Youth and Family Intervention Center, 84
Center for Ocean Technology, 115 co-curricular program, Project GOLD, 175
Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Education, 69 Coding Student Teachers' Classroom Interactions, 198–199
Center for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence, 63 coed groups. See mixed-gender groups
Center for Research on Women, 99 Cohen, Elizabeth, 27
Center for Science and Industry (COSI), 15 Cohen, Paul R., 66
Center for Workforce Development, 45 Cohen, Sara, 9
Central Michigan Science/Mathematics/Technology Center, 50 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, 187
Central Michigan University (CMU), 7, 50 Cole Middle School, 145
Central Michigan University College of Graduate Studies, 50 Colgate-Palmolive Company, 34
Central Washington University, 184 Collaborating Across Campuses, 214
CERI. See Citizens Environmental Research Institute Collaborative for Excellence in Teacher Preparation, 142
Chabot Space and Science Center, 23, 24, 25, 27 collaborative learning
Challenged Scientists: Disabilities and the Triumph of Excellence (Weisgerber), 175 in AnimalWatch, 65
Chan, Marjorie A., 119 in Calculate the Possibilities, 33
Chandler-Gilbert Community College, 86, 125 in Calculus Research, 72
Chandrasekhar, Meera, 95, 96, 97 in Changing How Introductory Physics is Taught, 99
Chang, Elizabeth, 177 in Computer Camp for Teachers, 105
Changing Faculty Through Learning Communities, 202 in Earth Systems, 118
Changing How Introductory Physics is Taught, 99 in E-WOMS, 73, 74, 75
Charles City County School System, 166 in Family Tools and Technology, 3, 5
Chasek, Arlene S., 5 in FORWARD, 176, 177
Chatman, Elizabeth S., 190 in GEMS, 193
Cheney, Danielle T., 90 in Girls and Technology, 28
Chicago Academy of Sciences, 101, 155 in Girls Dig it Online, 117, 118
in Girls RISE, 83 WISE Investments at, 86
in Imagination Place, 77 Women's Images of Science and Engineering at, 125
in Improving Science in a Dayton Magnet School, 137 WomenTech at Community Colleges at, 195–196
in Integrating Math and Science with Lego Logo, 133 Womenwin at, 70–71
in Jump for the Sun, 171 community problems, applying math to, 68–69
in Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training, 167 Community Resources for Science, 25
in Learning Communities, 153, 154 community service learning. See service learning
in Minority Girls in the System, 143 computer-assisted drafting (CAD), 134–135
in Nosebag Science, 12 computer-based tutoring
in Pre-College Engineering Workshops, 86 AnimalWatch, 65–66
in Project EFFECT, 36 Animal World, 67
in Project PRISM, 138 Computer Camp for Teachers, 105
in Realistic Modeling Activities in Small Technical Teams, 88 computer games
in REALM, 117 for both sexes, 106
in Science for All, 169 for girls, 40
in Summerscape, 30, 31 girls' lack of interest in, 10
in Tech Trek, 15 for mathematical empowerment, 64–65
in Training Graduate Students to Develop Undergraduate Research Projects, 54–55 Techgirl, 39
in What's in the Box?, 107, 108 Computer Games for Mathematical Empowerment, 64–65
in WISE Beginnings, 57–58 computer hardware, What's in the Box?, 108
in WISE Investments, 86 computer programming
in Women's Studies and Science, 201 Retooling High School Teachers of Computer Science, 106
College of Alameda (COA), 195, 196 Techbridge, 25
College of Ozarks, 165 computers, recycled, 107–108
College of Science at Texas A&M, 202 computer science, 101–113
College of St. Scholastica, 20, 98, 162 ACES, 120
College of Staten Island (CSI), 108–109 Computer Camp for Teachers, 105
College Studies for Women on Public Assistance, 173 Designing with Virtual Reality Technology, 101–102
Collins, Ann, 174 GO Team!, 101
Colorado College, 204, 205 Making Computer Science Cool for Girls, 104–105
Colorado School of Mines (CSM), 90 Ole Miss Computer Camp, 104
Columbia Public Schools, 97 PipeLINK, 110–111
Colville Confederated Tribes (CCT), 139 Recruiting Women in the Quantitative Sciences, 76
Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology, 211 Recruiting Women into Computer Science, 109
Committee on Institutional Cooperation's Women in Science and Engineering (CIC WISE), 214 Research in Computer Science, 103
Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession (CSWEP), 215 Retooling High School Teachers of Computer Science, 106
Committee on Women in Science and Engineering (CWSE), 212 Summer Research Projects in Computer Science, 108–109
communication skills What's in the Box?, 107–108
Improving the Climate in Physics Departments and, 203 computer skills
Minority Girls in the System and, 143 ACES and, 120
community-based activities Apprenticeships in Science Policy and, 123
After-School Science PLUS, 11 Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science and, 149, 150
Appalachian Girls' Voices, 159 Calculate the Possibilities and, 33
AWSEM, 55 Computer Camp for Teachers and, 105
Community-Based Mentoring, 50 Designing with Virtual Reality Technology and, 101–102
GREEN Project, 147 GEMS and, 69
Training Model for Extracurricular Science, 149 Girls and Technology and, 28, 29
Traveling Science Program, 14 Girls on Track and, 68, 69
WISE Women at Stony Brook, 186 Girls RISE and, 83, 84
Community-Based Mentoring, 49–50 GO Team! and, 101
Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI), 195, 196 GREEN Project and, 148
community colleges Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English and, 134–135
Building BRIDGES for Community College Students at, 52 Imagination Place and, 77
Calculus Research at, 71–72 Ole Miss Computer Camp and, 104
College Studies for Women on Public Assistance at, 173 Project EFFECT and, 36
Futurebound at, 152–153 Project GOLD and, 174, 175
Jump Start at, 115, 116 Research in Computer Science and, 103
Sissies, Tomboys, and Gender Identity at, 91 Techbridge and, 24, 25
Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups at, 163 conferences
Achieving Success in Academia, 213 COSI. See Center for Science and Industry
Balancing the Equation, 212 cosmetics, GEMS, 152
Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science, 150 cosmetic science, 151–152
Collaborating Across Campuses, 214 counseling
Community-Based Mentoring, 49, 50 in Athena Project, 180
Creeping Toward Inclusivity, 210–211 in College Studies for Women on Public Assistance, 173
Enhancing "Expanding Your Horizons," 144 in GEOS, 157
Equity, Science Careers, and the Changing Economy, 211 in Science for All, 168
Expanding Your Horizons, 37, 56, 130, 144, 146, 164 in TARGETS, 155–156
Exploring Engineering, 78 Counseling for Gender Equity, 193–194
Genderwise, 64 counselor training
Get Set, Go!, 189 Counseling for Gender Equity, 193–194
Girls for Planet Earth, 27 GEOS, 157
Making Engineering More Attractive as a Career, 202–203 Summer Camp for Rural High School Girls, 172
Opening the Horizon, 164–165 TARGETS, 156
Preparing At-Risk Undergraduates for Graduate School, 207 Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs, 194–195
Retaining Graduate Students and Junior Faculty, 207–208 Cranbrook Institute of Science, 26
Role Models Change Hispanic Girls' Job Aspirations, 130, 131 Crateau, Sally P., 14
Southern Illinois Support Network, 37 Creamer, Elizabeth, 113
Sweetwater Girl Power, 146 Creating Tomorrow's Scientists: Models of Community Mentoring, 133
What Works in After-School Science, 181 Creeping Toward Inclusivity, 210–211
Women's Studies and Science, 201 Creighton School District, 86
confidence. See self-confidence Creighton University, 14
Connecticut Department of Higher Education, 191 Cresswell, Joyce, 56
Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program, Inc., 191 Crissman, Sally, 168
Connections, 179–180 criterion-referenced grading, 99
connections, Interconnections, 10 Cronin, Susan J., 122
Consortium for Adult Education, 173 Crouch, Nancy N., 189
Consortium for Educational Equity, 5 Crowder College, 165
constructivism Crowe, Mary, 171
MAXIMA, 130 CSI. See College of Staten Island
Turnage Scholars Program, 138 CSM. See Colorado School of Mines
Women's Studies and Science, 201 CSUH. See California State University at Hayward
Continental Elementary District, 7 CSULA. See California State University at Los Angeles
Cook, Susan B., 116 CSWEP. See Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession
Cooper, Sandra C., 36, 139 cultural barriers. See barriers
cooperative learning culture of science, 208–209
in Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science, 149–150 curriculum
in Connections, 179, 180 Building BRIDGES for Community College Students, 52
in Earth Systems, 118, 119 Changing Faculty Through Learning Communities, 202
in Equity Initiatives in Houston, 185 Changing How Introductory Physics is Taught, 99
in Feed the Mind, Nourish the Spirit, 139 Equity Initiatives in Houston, 185
in FEMME Continuum, 19 GEMS, 69
in Girls RISE, 83, 84 Improving Diversity in the Software Development Community, 110
in Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training, 167 Improving Science in a Dayton Magnet School, 137
in Math Enrichment for Native American Girls, 140 Jump for the Sun, 171
in Project Parity, 3 Life Science Biographies, 123
in Recruiting Women into Computer Science, 109 Mentoring Teams of Teacher Trainers, 197
in Role Models Change Hispanic Girls' Job Aspirations, 131 New Courses to Draw Women into Science and Engineering, 200
in Science Connections, 20, 162 Project GOLD, 175
in Sisters in Science, 141, 142 Project PRISM, 139
in Summer Research Projects in Computer Science, 109 Realistic Modeling Activities in Small Technical Teams, 88
in Teaching SMART, 8 Recruiting Women in the Quantitative Sciences, 76
in Team Approach to Mentoring Junior Economists, 215 Single-Gender Math Clubs, 62
in Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups, 163 Sisters in Science, 142
in Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs, 195 SMART, 6
in Traveling Science Program, 14 Weaving Gender Equity into Math Reform, 63
in WISE Beginnings, 57, 58 Women's Studies and Science, 201
Coppersmith, Susan N., 42 Curriculum Advantage, 147
CWSE. See Committee on Women in Science and Engineering Girls Dig it Online, 118
Girls First, 23
D Girls for Planet Earth, 27
Daniels, Jane, 214 Girls in Science, 26
Darcy, Mary, 39 Girls On Track, 69
Dartmouth College, 14, 48, 52–53, 58–59 Girls RISE, 84
data collection, Assessing Women in Engineering Programs, 89 GO Team!, 101
Davis, Cinda-Sue G., 214 Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English, 135
Davis, Pamela, 42 How to Be a Mentor, 45
Davis, Ruth E., 179 Imagination Place, 77
Dayton Public School System, 137 Improving Diversity in the Software Development Community, 110
deaf girls Improving Science in a Dayton Magnet School, 137
FORWARD for, 176–177 InGEAR, 192
Math Camp for Deaf High School Girls for, 175 Integrating Math and Science with Lego Logo, 133
DeBuse, Marjorie, 56 Interconnections, 10
decision-making, 90 Latinas En Ciencia, 128
Defrancis, Gregory F., 14 Life Science Biographies, 123
DeKalb County School System, 31 Making Computer Science Cool for Girls, 105
Demetry, Chrysanthe, 80 Marine and Aquatic Mini-Camp, 116
demonstration Math Camp for Deaf High School Girls, 175
ACES, 120 Math Enrichment for Native American Girls, 140
Adventures of Josie True, 40 Math Mega Camp, 61
AnimalWatch, 66 MAXIMA, 130
Appalachian Girls' Voices, 160 Mentoring Through Crossage Research Terms, 50
Apprenticeships in Science Policy, 123 MentorNet, 48
Bioinformatics for High School, 122 Mountaineering After-School and Summer Camps, 16
Breaking the Silences, 209 New Courses to Draw Women into Science and Engineering, 200
Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science, 150 Nosebag Science, 12
Bring Your Mother to (Engineering) School, 94 Oceanography Camp for Girls, 115
BUGS, 182 OPTIONS, 49
Building BRIDGES for Community College Students, 52 Out of the Lab, 159
Calculate the Possibilities, 33 Partners in Engineering, 82
Camp REACH, 80 Pathways through Calculus, 73
Careers in Wildlife Science, 121 PipeLINK, 111
Changing Faculty Through Learning Communities, 202 Plugged In!, 107
Changing How Introductory Physics is Taught, 99 Pre-College Engineering Workshops, 86
Collaborating Across Campuses, 214 Preparing At-Risk Undergraduates for Graduate School, 207
College Studies for Women on Public Assistance, 173 Profiles of Women in Science and Engineering, 41
Community-Based Mentoring, 50 Project EDGE, 44
Computer Camp for Teachers, 105 Project EFFECT, 36
Designing with Virtual Reality Technology, 102 Project GOLD, 175
Developing Hands-On Museum Exhibits, 79 Project Parity, 3
Developing Visualization Skills, 91 Project PRISM, 139
Douglass Projects Pre-College Program, 34 Realistic Modeling Activities in Small Technical Teams, 88
Earth Systems, 119 REALM, 117
Engaged Learning, 125 Recruiting Engineers in Kentucky, K-12, 87
Engineering GOES to Middle School, 80 Recruiting Women in the Quantitative Sciences, 76
Engineering Lessons in Animated Cartoons, 85 Recruiting Women into Computer Science, 109
Enhancing "Expanding Your Horizons," 144 Research in Computer Science, 103
E-WOMS, 75 RISE, 51
Experiment-Based Physics for Girls, 95 Role Models Change Hispanic Girls' Job Aspirations, 131
Exploring Engineering, 78 Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls, 145
Feed the Mind, Nourish the Spirit, 139 Science-Based Service Learning, 13
FEMME Continuum, 19 Science Connections, 20, 162
Futurebound, 153 Science for All, 169
GEMS, 69, 152 Science Horizons for Girl Scouts, 14
Genderwise, 64 Science in the City, 155
GEOS, 157 Science Is for Us, 33
Get Set, Go!, 189 Science of Living Spaces, 166
Single-Gender Math Clubs, 62 Achieving Success in Academia, 213
Sisters in Science, 142 On the Air with Gender Equity, 39
SMART, 6 Balancing the Equation, 212
Southern Illinois Support Network, 37 Creeping Toward Inclusivity, 211
Splash, 124 Education Coalition in Connecticut, 191
Summer Camp for Rural High School Girls, 172 Equity, Science Careers, and the Changing Economy, 211
Summer Research Projects in Computer Science, 109 Girls and Technology, 28
Summerscape, 31 Guide for Recruiting and Advancing Women in Academia, 212
Supporting Women in Geoscience, 53 Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training, 168
Teaching Internships in Physics for Undergraduates, 100 Making Engineering More Attractive as a Career, 203
Teaching SMART, 7 Putting a Human Face on Science, 42
Techbridge, 25 Radio Series on Alaskan Women in Science, 158
Techgirl, 39 Re-Entering the Workforce, 174
Tech Trek, 15 Retaining Graduate Students and Junior Faculty, 208
Telementoring Teens, 47 Team Approach to Mentoring Junior Economists, 215
Testing Campus-Based Models of GRE Prep Courses, 207 Tutorials for Change, 206
TNT Girls Go to Physics Camp, 98 Una Mano al Futuro, 133
Training Graduate Students to Develop Undergraduate Research Projects, 55 What Works in After-School Science, 181
Training Model for Extracurricular Science, 149 What Works in Programs for Girls, 179
Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups, 163 Women Who Walk Through Time, 119
Turnage Scholars Program, 138 distance learning
Undergraduate Research Fellowships, 54 in BUGS, 182
What's in the Box?, 108 in Counseling for Gender Equity, 194
Why Girls Go to Whyville.net, 103 in Opening the Horizon, 164–165
WISE Beginnings, 58 in Project EDGE, 44
WISE Investments, 86 diversity, 126–177
WISE Scholars Do Engineering Research, 93 Dobbin, Patricia, 138
WISP, 59 Dockery, Valerie, 135
Women for Women, 43 Dorosz, Inga, 41
Women in Astronomy, 27 Douglass, Claudia B., 50
Women's Images of Science and Engineering, 125 Douglass College, 34, 89, 90
Women's Studies and Science, 201 Douglass Projects Pre-College Program, 34–35
WomenTech at Community Colleges, 196 Drayton, Brian, 46
Womenwin, 71 Dresselhaus, Mildred S., 204
Denison University, 215 Dresser, Betsy, 122
Denton Independent School District, 182 Drexel University, 80
departmental climate, Improving the Climate in Physics Departments, 204 Drexel University College of Engineering, 80
Department of Energy's Office of Scientific Computing, 47 Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream, 61
design-based learning, Imagination Place, 77 drill-and-practice systems, 66
Designing with Virtual Reality Technology, 101–102 Drury University, 164, 165
Design Research Associates, Inc., 10 Duke University, 75, 76, 177
Detroit's School of the Americas, 131, 132 Dull Knife Memorial College, 169
Deutsch, Alice, 174 Dunbar Magnet High School, 137
Deutschman, Harold, 19 Duwart, Ellen, 180
Developing Hands-On Museum Exhibits, 79 Dwight, Barbara C., 9
Developing Visualization Skills, 91 Dwight Look College of Engineering, 202
Developmental Studies Center's Number Power Project, 63 Dynes, Robert C., 42
Devon, Richard F., 53, 107, 108
DeWaters, Jan E., 82 E
Didion, Catherine J., 48, 50, 133 Early Influences on Gender Differences in Math Achievement, 61
Diefes-Dux, Heidi, 88 earth sciences. See also geosciences
Dillehay, Jane, 41 Women Who Walk Through Time, 119
disabled girls Earth Systems, 118–119
Making Connections for, 9 Eastern Michigan University, 131, 132
Project GOLD for, 174–175 Eastern Washington University, 184
Research in Computer Science for, 103 Eaton, Virginia, 103
disabled women, as scientists, 41 Eckerd College, 114, 115
Discovery Place, Inc., 12 ecology
dissemination After-School ASSETS Project, 145
Girls for Planet Earth, 27 in Connections, 180
Splash, 124 in Eyes to the Future, 45–46
economics, Team Approach to Mentoring Junior Economists, 215 in MentorNet, 48
ecosystems, 172 in Ole Miss Computer Camp, 104
ECSU. See Elizabeth City State University in PipeLINK, 111
Educational Equity Concepts (EEC), 11, 181 in Science for All, 169
educational games, Imagination Place, 77 in Telementoring Teens, 47
Educational Resources Information Clearinghouse/Center for Rural Education and Small Schools in WISER Lab Research for First-Year Undergraduates, 52, 53
(ERIC/CRESS), 160 in WISP, 58–59
Education Coalition in Connecticut, 191 Elizabeth City State University (ECSU), 138
Education Development Center (EDC), 47, 63, 77, 192, 193 ELLIS, 135
education programs Elm Fork Environmental Educational Center, 182
Action-WISE in Zanesville, Ohio, 161 El Valor and James Ward Elementary School, 101
After-School ASSETS Project, 145 e-mail, 47, 48, 59
After-School Science PLUS, 11 Emerging Scholars program, 153
Agents for Change, 113 Emporia State University, 163
Athena Project, 181 Ems-Wilson, Janice, 52
AWSEM, 56 endangered species, 65–66
Biographical Storytelling Empowers Latinas in Math, 132 Engaged Learning, 124–125
Calculus Research, 72 engagement
Connections, 180 Agents for Change, 113
Equity Initiatives in Houston, 185 On the Air with Gender Equity, 39
Eyes to the Future, 46 Engaged Learning, 125
Family Tools and Technology, 5 Enhancing "Expanding Your Horizons," 144
FORWARD, 177 Exploring Engineering, 78
Gender and Persistence, 205 Get Set, Go!, 189
GREEN Project, 148 Girls and Technology, 28
Hands-On Engineering Projects for Middle School Girls, 81 Girls Dig it Online, 118
Hands-On Science in Rural Virginia Middle Schools, 161 Girls On Track, 69
Internet Explorers, 170 Hands-On Science in Rural Virginia Middle Schools, 161
Jump for the Sun, 171 Imagination Place, 77
Jump Start, 116 Latinas En Ciencia, 128
Learning Communities, 154 Nosebag Science, 12
Making Connections, 9 Project Parity, 3
Master It, 163 Single-Gender Math Clubs, 62
Minority Girls in the System, 143 What Works in After-School Science, 181
Ole Miss Computer Camp, 104 Why Girls Go to Whyville.net, 103
Opening the Horizon, 165 engineering, 77–94
Selling Girls on Physical Sciences, 97 ACES, 120
Shampoos Etc!, 18 Achieving Success in Academia, 213
Sisters in Sport Science, 17 Assessing Women in Engineering Programs, 89
Student-Peer Teaching in Birmingham, Alabama, 136 Bring Your Mother to (Engineering) School, 93–94
Sweetwater Girl Power, 147 Camp REACH, 79, 80
Teaching Inclusive Science and Engineering, 90 Developing Hands-On Museum Exhibits, 79
Traveling Science Program, 14 Developing Visualization Skills, 91
Triad Alliance Science Clubs, 190 Engaged Learning, 125
Washington State Gender Equity Project, 184 Engineering GOES to Middle School, 80
WISER Lab Research for First-Year Undergraduates, 53 Engineering Lessons in Animated Cartoons, 85
WISE Women at Stony Brook, 187 Exploring Engineering, 78
Edwards, Laurie D., 133 Feed the Mind, Nourish the Spirit, 139
EEC. See Educational Equity Concepts Futurebound, 152–153
EEYH. See Enhancing "Expanding Your Horizons" Gender and Persistence, 205
Eisenhower National Clearinghouse, 63, 193, 194 Gender and Team Decision-Making, 90
Eisenhower Regional Alliance for Mathematics and Science Education Reform, 63 Girls RISE, 83–84
Eisenhower Regional Consortium for Mathematics and Science Education, 160 Hands-On Engineering Projects for Middle School Girls, 81
Eisenhower Regional Math & Science Consortium, 194 Imagination Place, 77
E.J. Grassman Trust, 34 Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training, 167
Elders, Joycelyn, 41 Making Engineering More Attractive as a Career, 202–203
electronic mentoring MentorNet, 48
New Courses to Draw Women into Science and Engineering, 200 in Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups, 163
Partners in Engineering, 82 experiment-based learning
Pre-College Engineering Workshops, 85–86 in Engineering GOES to Middle School, 80
Realistic Modeling Activities in Small Technical Teams, 88 in Experiment-Based Physics for Girls, 95
Recruiting Engineers in Kentucky, K-12, 87 in GEMS, 151
Sissies, Tomboys, and Gender Identity, 91–92 in Jump for the Sun, 171
Summerscape, 31 in Oceanography Camp for Girls, 114
Teaching Inclusive Science and Engineering, 89–90 in Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls, 145
Techgirl, 39 in Science Connections, 21
WISE Investments, 86 in SMART, 5
WISER Lab Research for First-Year Undergraduates, 52, 53 in Summer Camp for Rural High School Girls, 172
WISE Scholars Do Engineering Research, 92–93 Experiment-Based Physics for Girls, 95
Women's Images of Science and Engineering, 125 exploration-based learning
Engineering Encounters (game), 39 in AnimalWatch, 65
Engineering GOES to Middle School, 80 in Girls Dig it Online, 118
Engineering Lessons in Animated Cartoons, 85 in Girls On Track, 69
Engineering Practices and Introductory Course Sequence (EPICS), 90 in Marine and Aquatic Mini-Camp, 116
English in Out of the Lab, 158, 159
Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English, 134, 135 in Pathways through Calculus, 73
Womenwin, 70–71 in Recruiting Women into Computer Science, 109
English, Lydia, 58 in SMART, 5, 6
Enhancing "Expanding Your Horizons," 144 in Teaching SMART, 7
environmental factors, Self-Authorship and Pivotal Transitions toward Information Technology, 113 in WISE Beginnings, 57, 58
environmental science Exploring Engineering, 78
Action-WISE in Zanesville, Ohio, 160 Eyes to the Future, 45–46
AnimalWatch, 65–66 EYH conferences, 37, 130, 144, 146, 164
BUGS, 182
Girls for Planet Earth, 27 F
GREEN Project, 147–148 Fabris, Neda, 93–94
Sisters in Science, 141, 142 facilitated conversation, 208–209
EPICS. See Engineering Practices and Introductory Course Sequence faculty development. See professional development; teacher training
Equity, Science Careers, and the Changing Economy, 211 Failing at Fairness: How America's Schools Cheat Girls (Sadker and Sadker), 44
equity awareness, Project Parity, 3 Fairfield County Community Foundation, Inc., 191
Equity Initiatives in Houston, 184–185 Falk, Joni, 46
ERIC/CRESS, 160 families exploring science and technology. See FEST
Eriksson, Susan C., 161 Family Tools and Technology, 3–5
Ethington, Corinna A., 99 FAST Camp, 20–21, 162
evaluation Fate, Ken, 158
in Assessing Women in Engineering Programs, 89 fault-tolerant teaching (FTT), 69
in Changing How Introductory Physics is Taught, 99 Fausto-Sterling, Anne, 200
in Computer Games for Mathematical Empowerment, 65 feedback, 65, 74, 100
in Gender Equity Training in Teacher Education, 183 Feed the Mind, Nourish the Spirit, 139
in Testing Campus-Based Models of GRE Prep Courses, 207 Feisel, Lyle D., 81
Evans, Mary A., 163 fellowships
evolutionary biology, 76 Calculus Research and, 72
E-WOMS, 73–75 Science for All and, 168, 169
expanding women's opportunities through mathematical science. See E-WOMS femininity, 91–92
Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) conferences, 37, 56, 130, 144, 146, 164 feminism
expectations Earth Systems, 119
girls facing, 8, 28 Retaining Graduate Students and Junior Faculty, 208
low, 202 Sissies, Tomboys, and Gender Identity, 92
experiential learning Women's Studies and Science, 201
in GREEN Project, 148 FEMME Continuum, 19
in Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training, 167 Fentiman, Audeen W., 91
in Making Connections, 9 FEST, 97
in Minority Girls in the System, 142–143 field trips
in Mountaineering After-School and Summer Camps, 16 in ACES, 120
in Science in the City, 155 in Action-WISE in Zanesville, Ohio, 160, 161
in SMART, 6 in AWSEM, 56
in Bioinformatics for High School, 122 focused interest group (FIG), 73–74
in BUGS, 182 FORWARD, 176–177
in Calculate the Possibilities, 33 4-H
in Careers in Wildlife Science, 121 Girls for Planet Earth, 27
in Douglass Projects Pre-College Program, 34 Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups, 163
in Earth Systems, 119 Frank, Martin, 123
in Equity Initiatives in Houston, 185 Franz, Judy, 204
in E-WOMS, 75 freshman interest group (FIG), 153
in Exploring Engineering, 78 Frevert, Katie, 172
in Feed the Mind, Nourish the Spirit, 139 Friend, Cynthia, 210
in FEMME Continuum, 19 Frierson, Frances A., 52
in Girls First, 22, 23 Froning, Michael J., 136
in Girls for Planet Earth, 27 Froschl, Merle, 11, 181
in Girls RISE, 83, 84 Frost, Kathy, 158
in GREEN Project, 147, 148 Froyd, Jeffrey E., 202
in Hands-On Engineering Projects for Middle School Girls, 81 Fruitvale, 23
in Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English, 134, 135 FSU. See Florida State University
in Improving Science in a Dayton Magnet School, 137 FTT. See fault-tolerant teaching
in Integrating Math and Science with Lego Logo, 133 Fulton County School System, 31
in Jump for the Sun, 171 Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE), 13, 45, 72
in Latinas En Ciencia, 127, 128 Futurebound, 152–153
in Learning Communities, 154
in Making Computer Science Cool for Girls, 105 G
in Master It, 163 Gaddy, Catherine D., 211
in Math Enrichment for Native American Girls, 140 Gadsden Independent Public School District, 130
in Math Mega Camp, 61 gaining options: girls investigate real life. See GO GIRL
in Mentoring Through Crossage Research Terms, 50 Gallard, Alejandro J., 117
in Mountaineering After-School and Summer Camps, 16 Gallaudet University, 176, 177
in Oceanography Camp for Girls, 114, 115 gateways workshops, 37
in Partners in Engineering, 82 GEMS, 69, 151–152, 192–193
in Project PRISM, 139 Genalo, Lawrence J., 170
in Recruiting Women into Computer Science, 109 Gender and Persistence, 205
in Research in Computer Science, 103 Gender and Team Decision-Making, 90
in Role Models Change Hispanic Girls' Job Aspirations, 131 gender differences
in Science in the City, 155 Agents for Change, 113
in Science Is for Us, 33 AnimalWatch, 66
in Science of Living Spaces, 166 Animal World, 67
in Selling Girls on Physical Sciences, 97 in attitudes toward math, 65
in Shampoos Etc!, 18 children aware of, 130
in Sisters in Science, 141, 142 in computer games, 10, 65
in Southern Illinois Support Network, 37 Computer Games for Mathematical Empowerment, 65
in Supporting Women in Geoscience, 53 in decision-making, 90
in Techbridge, 24, 25 Early Influences on Gender Differences in Math Achievement, 61
in TNT Girls Go to Physics Camp, 98 Gender and Persistence, 205
in Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs, 195 Gender and Team Decision-Making, 90
in Turnage Scholars Program, 138 Improving the Climate in Physics Departments, 204
in WISE Investments, 86 in Internet concepts, 77
in WISE Women at Stony Brook, 187 Jump Start, 116
in Women's Images of Science and Engineering, 125 in learning styles, 65–66, 67, 74
"51 Percent" (radio program), 39 in literacy, 70, 71
FIPSE. See Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education in math achievement, 61, 67
Fisher, Allan L., 106, 110 MAXIMA, 130
Fisher, Melissa, 56 in persistence, 205
Fisher, Pamela, 9 in problem solving, 116
Flanagan, Mary D., 40 Realistic Modeling Activities in Small Technical Teams, 88
Flatt, Melanie, 7 and single-sex groups vs. mixed-sex groups, 32
Florida Marine Research Institute, 115 Sissies, Tomboys, and Gender Identity, 92
Florida State University (FSU), 117 Summerscape, 31
Fochs, Betsy, 98 in understanding IT systems, 112–113
WISE Scholars Do Engineering Research, 93 Sisters in Science and, 141, 142
Womenwin, 71 SMART and, 5, 6
gender dynamics, Breaking the Silences, 208, 209 Summerscape and, 30–32
gender equity awareness Sweetwater Girl Power and, 146, 147
Action-WISE in Zanesville, Ohio and, 161 Teaching Inclusive Science and Engineering and, 90
After-School Science PLUS and, 11 Teaching Internships in Physics for Undergraduates and, 100
Agents for Change and, 112 Teaching SMART and, 7
On the Air with Gender Equity and, 39 Techbridge and, 24–25
AWSEM and, 56 Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups and, 163
Balancing the Equation and, 212 Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs and, 194, 195
Careers in Wildlife Science and, 121 Traveling Science Program and, 14
Changing Faculty Through Learning Communities and, 202 Triad Alliance Science Clubs and, 189, 190
Coding Student Teachers' Classroom Interactions and, 198–199 Turnage Scholars Program and, 138
Collaborating Across Campuses and, 214 Tutorials for Change and, 206
Computer Camp for Teachers and, 105 Washington State Gender Equity Project and, 183–184
Counseling for Gender Equity and, 193–194 Weaving Gender Equity into Math Reform and, 63
Education Coalition in Connecticut and, 191 WISE Investments and, 86
Equity, Science Careers, and the Changing Economy and, 211 Women's Studies and Science and, 200–201
Equity Initiatives in Houston and, 184, 185 "Gender Equity in the Classroom" (Sadker and Sadker), 84
Exploring Engineering and, 78 Gender Equity Training in Teacher Education, 183
Family Tools and Technology and, 3–5 gender identity, Sissies, Tomboys, and Gender Identity, 91–92
GEMS and, 193 Genderwise, 64
Gender and Persistence and, 205 General Robotics and Active Sensory Perception (GRASP), 111
Gender Equity Training in Teacher Education and, 183 geographic information systems (GIS), 134–135, 148
Genderwise and, 64 geology
GEOS and, 157 Earth Systems, 118, 119
Get Set, Go! and, 188, 189 Women Who Walk Through Time, 119
Girls First and, 22–23 George, Yolanda S., 149
Girls in Science and, 26 George Washington University, 149, 150, 177
Girls RISE and, 84 Georgia Initiative in Mathematics and Science (GIMS), 192
GREEN Project and, 148 Georgia Institute of Technology, 30, 31, 89, 191
Hands-On Science in Rural Virginia Middle Schools and, 161 Georgia Institute of Technology Research Corporation, 192
How to Be a Mentor and, 45 Georgia Southern University, 191, 192
Improving Diversity in the Software Development Community and, 110 Georgia State University, 191, 192
InGEAR and, 191, 192 GEOS, 157
Jump for the Sun and, 171 geosciences
Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training and, 167, 168 Supporting Women in Geoscience, 53
Learning Communities and, 154 Training Graduate Students to Develop Undergraduate Research Projects, 54, 55
Making Connections and, 9 Women Who Walk Through Time, 119
MAXIMA and, 129, 130 Get Set, Go!, 163, 188–189
Mentoring Teams of Teacher Trainers and, 197 Gibb, Lydia H., 3
Mentoring Through Crossage Research Terms and, 50 Gifford, James A., 154
Minority Girls in the System and, 142, 143 Gilbert Linkous Elementary School and Blacksburg Middle School, 10
New Courses to Draw Women into Science and Engineering and, 200 Giles County, 161
Ole Miss Computer Camp and, 104 Gilmore, Maurice E., 180
OPTIONS and, 48–49 GIMS. See Georgia Initiative in Mathematics and Science
Pre-College Engineering Workshops and, 85, 86 Ginorio, Angela, 172
Project EDGE and, 44 Girls, Inc.
Project EFFECT and, 36 ACES, 120
Project Parity and, 3 Girls Dig it Online, 117, 118
Project PRISM and, 138, 139 Girls for Planet Earth, 27
Recruiting Engineers in Kentucky, K-12 and, 87 SMART, 5–6
Recruiting Women into Computer Science and, 109 Student-Peer Teaching in Birmingham, Alabama, 136
Retooling High School Teachers of Computer Science and, 106 Teaching SMART, 7–8
Science Connections and, 20 Girls and Technology, 28–29
Science for All and, 168, 169 Girl Scout Council of Greater New York, 121
Science Horizons for Girl Scouts and, 14 Girl Scouts
Science Is for Us and, 33 and Appalachian Girls' Voices, 160
Single-Gender Math Clubs and, 62 and Careers in Wildlife Science, 121
and Connections, 179, 180 in GEOS, 157
and Girls for Planet Earth, 27 in TARGETS, 156
and Minority Girls in the System, 142, 143 Guide for Recruiting and Advancing Women in Academia, 212
and Nosebag Science, 12 Gulf Coast Research Laboratory, 116
and Plugged In!, 106–107 Guthrie, Priscilla, 203
and Science Horizons for Girl Scouts, 14 Gutman, Roberta, 210
and Science in the City, 155 GWU-ITV, 150
and Tech Trek, 15
and Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups, 163 H
Girls Dig it Online, 117–118 Haas Foundation, 172
girls explore mathematics through social science. See GEMS Hackett, Gail, 93
Girls First, 21–23 Hadden, Steve, 203
Girls for Planet Earth, 27 Hahm, Jong-On, 212
Girls in Science, 26 Halgedahl, Susan L., 119
Girls Middle School, 10 Hallock-Muller, Pamela, 115
Girls On Track, 68–69 Hammrich, Penny L., 17, 142
Girls Ready for Environmental Education Now. See GREEN Project Hampton University, 177
girls really enjoy advanced technical skills. See GREATS Hands-On Engineering Projects for Middle School Girls, 81
Girls RISE, 83–84 hands-on learning
Girves, Jean, 214 in ACES, 120
GIS. See geographic information systems in Action-WISE in Zanesville, Ohio, 160, 161
Glass, Julie S., 61 in Adventures of Josie True, 40
Glendale Community College, 86 in After-School ASSETS Project, 145
Glendale Union High School District, 78 in After-School Science PLUS, 11
Gnad, Christeen, 18 in Appalachian Girls' Voices, 159, 160
GO GIRL, 69 in AWSEM, 55–56
Gordon, Annette W., 165 in Bring Your Mother to (Engineering) School, 94
GO Team!, 101 in Calculate the Possibilities, 33
Grace, Hattie, 107 in Camp REACH, 79
grading, 99 in Careers in Wildlife Science, 121
Grady, Julie, 161 in Changing Faculty Through Learning Communities, 202
Graham, Rhea L., 41 in Connections, 180
Granat, Susan, 18 in Designing with Virtual Reality Technology, 101, 102
Grandin, Temple, 41 in Developing Hands-On Museum Exhibits, 79
Grant, Cathy M., 63 in Developing Visualization Skills, 91
graphing calculators in Douglass Projects Pre-College Program, 34
Calculate the Possibilities, 33 in Engineering GOES to Middle School, 80
Calculus Research, 72 in Enhancing "Expanding Your Horizons," 144
Girls RISE, 84 in Experiment-Based Physics for Girls, 95
Math Enrichment for Native American Girls, 140 in Exploring Engineering, 78
Pathways through Calculus, 73 in Family Tools and Technology, 3, 4, 5
GRASP. See General Robotics and Active Sensory Perception in Feed the Mind, Nourish the Spirit, 139
Grassman Trust, 34 in FEMME Continuum, 19
Gray, Mary W., 123 in GEMS, 69, 152
Greater Bridgeport Area Foundation, 191 in Genderwise, 64
Great Lakes Aquarium, 98 in GEOS, 157
GREATS, 134 in Get Set, Go!, 188, 189
Greely, Teresa M., 115 in Girls and Technology, 28, 29
Green, Chris, 131 in Girls First, 22, 23
Green, Tina S., 17 in Girls in Science, 26
Greenfield Community College, 200–201 in Girls On Track, 69
GREEN Project, 147–148 in Girls RISE, 83, 84
GRE prep courses in GO Team!, 101
Preparing At-Risk Undergraduates for Graduate School, 207 in Hands-On Engineering Projects for Middle School Girls, 81
Testing Campus-Based Models of GRE Prep Courses, 207 in Hands-On Science in Rural Virginia Middle Schools, 161
Grosvenor Neighborhood House, 11 in Integrating Math and Science with Lego Logo, 133
groupwork. See teamwork in Interconnections, 10
Grubbs, Susan, 161 in Internet Explorers, 170
guidance counselors in Jump for the Sun, 170, 171
in Jump Start, 115, 116 Hann, Kathy, 61
in Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training, 168 Hanson, Katherine, 193
in Latinas En Ciencia, 127, 128 Hapner, Sharon J., 169
in Life Science Biographies, 123 Harackiewicz, Frances J., 37
in Making Connections, 9 Harbor Branch Ocean Institute (HBOI), 115, 116
in Marine and Aquatic Mini-Camp, 116 hard-of-hearing girls, 176–177
in Master It, 163 hardware, 107–108
in MAXIMA, 129, 130 Hardy, Sandra C., 138
in Minority Girls in the System, 143 Hare, Sally Z., 171
in New Courses to Draw Women into Science and Engineering, 200 Harlandale Independent School Districts, 131
in Nosebag Science, 12 Harmison, Susan D., 107
in Oceanography Camp for Girls, 114, 115 Harrell, Marvin, 163
in Ole Miss Computer Camp, 104 Hart, David, 66
in Opening the Horizon, 164, 165 Harte, Bret, 23
in OPTIONS, 48 Hartline, Beverly, 210
in Out of the Lab, 158, 159 Harvard University, 210
in Plugged In!, 107 Hatchman, Joann, 25
in Pre-College Engineering Workshops, 85, 86 Hauban, Margaret, 23, 27
in Project Parity, 3 Haux, Corrie, 144
in Project PRISM, 139 HBOI. See Harbor Branch Ocean Institute
in Putting a Human Face on Science, 42 He, Xiaowei Sherry, 80
in Recruiting Engineers in Kentucky, K-12, 87 health science, 137
in RISE, 51 hearing-impaired students
in Role Models Change Hispanic Girls' Job Aspirations, 130, 131 FORWARD for, 177
in Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls, 145 Math Camp for Deaf High School Girls for, 175
in Science-Based Service Learning, 13 Hearst Foundation, 34
in Science Connections, 20, 162 Heber, Etta, 23, 25, 27
in Science Horizons for Girl Scouts, 14 Heimowitz, Alison, 128
in Science in the City, 155 Heller, Rachelle S., 150, 177
in Science of Living Spaces, 166 Hempstead Union Free School District, 148
in Selling Girls on Physical Sciences, 96–97 Henkin, Nancy, 142
in Sisters in Science, 142 Henry County School System, 31
in SMART, 5, 6 Henry Luce Foundation, 211
in Southern Illinois Support Network, 37 Heritage College, 184
in Splash, 124 Hernandez, Mara Z., 117
in Student-Peer Teaching in Birmingham, Alabama, 136 Hershbach, Dudley, 210
in Summer Camp for Rural High School Girls, 172 Hesse, Maria, 125
in Summerscape, 30, 31 Hewlett-Packard Corporation, 34
in Sweetwater Girl Power, 146, 147 Hill Middle School, 145
in Teaching SMART, 7 Hispanic girls
in Techbridge, 24–25 After-School ASSETS Project for, 145
in Tech Trek, 15 Biographical Storytelling Empowers Latinas in Math for, 131–132
in TNT Girls Go to Physics Camp, 98 Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science for, 150
in Training Graduate Students to Develop Undergraduate Research Projects, 55 Futurebound for, 152, 153
in Training Model for Extracurricular Science, 149 GEMS for, 151, 152
in Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups, 163 Girls RISE for, 83–84
in Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs, 194, 195 GREEN Project for, 147, 148
in Traveling Science Program, 14 Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English for, 134–135
in Triad Alliance Science Clubs, 190 Integrating Math and Science with Lego Logo for, 133
in Turnage Scholars Program, 138 Latinas En Ciencia for, 127–128
in What's in the Box?, 107, 108 MAXIMA for, 128–130
in WISE Beginnings, 58 Minority Girls in the System for, 142–143
in WISE Investments, 86 REALM for, 117
in WISE Women at Stony Brook, 186, 187 Role Models Change Hispanic Girls' Job Aspirations for, 130–131
in WISP, 58, 59 Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls for, 145
in Women for Women, 43 Sisters in Science for, 141, 142
in Women's Images of Science and Engineering, 125 SMART for, 6
in Women's Studies and Science, 201 TARGETS for, 156
Hands-On Science in Rural Virginia Middle Schools, 161 Techgirl for, 39
Training Model for Extracurricular Science for, 149 in WISE Investments, 86
Una Mano al Futuro for, 133 in WISP, 58–59
Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English, 134–135 informal education
history, linking to math, 9 in ACES, 120
Hmong communities, 153, 154 in After-School ASSETS Project, 145
Hofstra University, 148 in Agents for Change, 111, 113
Hollenshead, Carol S., 212 in Careers in Wildlife Science, 121
Holloway, Susan, 128 in Computer Games for Mathematical Empowerment, 65
Honey, Margaret, 47 in Girls for Planet Earth, 27
Honeywell, 86 in Girls in Science, 26
Hood College, 177 in Girls RISE, 83
Horgan, Dianne D., 99 in Imagination Place, 77
Hornets Nest Girl Scout Council, 12 in Internet Explorers, 170
Horry County Schools, 171 in Latinas En Ciencia, 127, 128
Houston Independent School District, 185 in Minority Girls in the System, 142, 143
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 185 in Mountaineering After-School and Summer Camps, 15, 16
Howard University, 202 in Science Horizons for Girl Scouts, 14
How to Be a Mentor, 44–45 in Science in the City, 155
HTML in Shampoos Etc!, 18
GO Team!, 101 in Student-Peer Teaching in Birmingham, Alabama, 136
Research in Computer Science, 103 in Teaching Inclusive Science and Engineering, 89
Hudson County College, 92 in What Works in After-School Science, 181
Hudson Guild Neighborhood Center, 11 in Why Girls Go to Whyville.net, 102–103
Humphreys, Debra, 201 information engineering, 112
Hundt, Jacqueline M., 189 information technology, 101–113
Hunter College, 206 Agents for Change, 111–113
Hurston, Zora Neale, 170 Bioinformatics for High School, 122
Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science, 150
I Designing with Virtual Reality Technology, 101–102
IBM Corporation, 69, 150 Improving Diversity in the Software Development Community, 110
IDRA. See Intercultural Development Research Corporation Self-Authorship and Pivotal Transitions toward Information Technology, 113
Imagination Place, 77 InGEAR, 63, 191–192
Imbrie, P. K., 88 innovation workshops, 36
Immaculata College, 122 inquiry-based learning
Improving Diversity in the Software Development Community, 110 in After-School Science PLUS, 11
Improving Science in a Dayton Magnet School, 137 in E-WOMS, 74, 75
Improving the Climate in Physics Departments, 203–204 in Family Tools and Technology, 3, 5
Indiana University, Bloomington, 54 in Get Set, Go!, 188, 189
Indian River Community College (IRCC), 115, 116 in Jump for the Sun, 170, 171
industry partners in Life Science Biographies, 123
in Exploring Engineering, 78 in Marine and Aquatic Mini-Camp, 116
in FORWARD, 177 in MAXIMA, 128, 130
in Girls On Track, 69 in Minority Girls in the System, 142, 143
in Hands-On Engineering Projects for Middle School Girls, 81 in REALM, 117
in Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English, 135 in Shampoos Etc!, 17
in Master It, 163 in Sisters in Science, 141
in Math Mega Camp, 61 in Summer Camp for Rural High School Girls, 172
in OPTIONS, 48–49 in Summerscape, 30, 31
in Recruiting Women into Computer Science, 109 in Teaching SMART, 7
in Role Models Change Hispanic Girls' Job Aspirations, 131 in TNT Girls Go to Physics Camp, 98
in Science for All, 169 in Training Graduate Students to Develop Undergraduate Research Projects, 55
in Selling Girls on Physical Sciences, 97 in Training Model for Extracurricular Science, 149
in Shampoos Etc!, 17 in Traveling Science Program, 14
in Single-Gender Math Clubs, 62 in Why Girls Go to Whyville.net, 103
in Sisters in Science, 142 in WISE Investments, 86
in Sweetwater Girl Power, 147 in Women's Images of Science and Engineering, 125
in Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups, 163 Institute for Business Trends Analysis, 72
in Turnage Scholars Program, 138 Institute for Research in Cognitive Science, 113
in What's in the Box?, 107, 108 Institute for Science, Engineering, and Public Policy, 56
Institute for Women in Trades, Technology & Science (IWITTS), 194, 195, 196 InGEAR, 192
Institute for Women's Leadership, 90 Making Connections, 9
Integrating Gender Equity and Reform. See InGEAR Retaining Graduate Students and Junior Faculty, 208
Integrating Math and Science with Lego Logo, 133 RISE, 51
Intel Corporation, 86 Sisters in Science, 141, 142
intelligent tutoring system, 66, 67 Sisters in Sport Science, 16–17
interactive learning TARGETS, 156
in AnimalWatch, 65–66 What's in the Box?, 107–108
in Calculus Research, 72 WISER Lab Research for First-Year Undergraduates, 52, 53
in Girls and Technology, 28 Womenwin, 71
in Imagination Place, 77 interviews, 208
in Interconnections, 10 Investigations in Number, Data, and Space Workshop, 63
in Plugged In!, 106–107 Iowa City Area Science Center, Inc., 14
in Project EDGE, 44 Iowa City Community School District, 14
in Why Girls Go to Whyville.net, 102–103 Iowa State University (ISU), 163, 170, 207, 208
Interconnections, 10 Iowa State University Extension Science, Engineering, And Technology Youth Initiative, 163
Intercultural Development Research Association, 193 Iowa State University Program for Women and Science and Engineering, 163
Intercultural Development Research Corporation (IDRA), 63, 130, 131 Iowa State University Research Institute for Studies in Education, 163
International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE), 203 IRCC. See Indian River Community College
International Wildlife Research and Conservation Center, 161 Isle of Wright County School Systems, 166
Internet Explorers, 170 IWITTS. See Institute for Women in Trades, Technology & Science
internships
Apprenticeships in Science Policy and, 123 J
Careers in Wildlife Science and, 121 J. L. Scott Marine Education Center and Aquarium, 116
Counseling for Gender Equity and, 194 James, Wendy, 84
FORWARD and, 177 Jansma, Pamela E., 53
Futurebound and, 152, 153 job shadow
GEMS and, 152 GO Team!, 101
Girls Dig it Online and, 118 Science in the City, 155
Girls RISE and, 84 Sweetwater Girl Power, 147
Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English and, 134, 135 Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs, 195
Internet Explorers and, 170 Johnson, Janet, 26
OPTIONS and, 48, 49 Johnson, Janice K., 78
Re-Entering the Workforce and, 174 Johnson, Kristina M., 9
RISE and, 51 Johnson, Marilyn D., 128
Sisters in Sport Science and, 17 Johnson & Johnson, 34, 152
Southern Illinois Support Network and, 37 Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Reserach & Development, 34
Summer Research Projects in Computer Science and, 109 Jones, Eliza, 158
Teaching Inclusive Science and Engineering and, 90 Jones, Lorraine, 49
Teaching Internships in Physics for Undergraduates and, 100 Jordan, Lucille, 196
Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs and, 195 José-Kampfner, Cristina, 132
Undergraduate Research Fellowships and, 54 Josie True project, 40
WISE Investments and, 86 Journey Designs, 10
WISER Lab Research for First-Year Undergraduates and, 52, 53 Journeys of Women in Science and Engineering: No Universal Constants, 41
WISE Women at Stony Brook and, 187 Jump for the Sun, 170–171
WISP and, 58, 59 Jump Start, 115–116
INTERSECT, 192 Jurrison, Silvia S., 97
intervention Just We Girls, 116
AnimalWatch, 66
Appalachian Girls' Voices, 160 K
Douglass Projects Pre-College Program, 34 Kansas City Museum, 107
E-WOMS, 75 Kansas Collaborative Research Network, 107
Family Tools and Technology, 5 Karimpour, Rahim G., 125
FEMME Continuum, 19 Karnawat, Sunil R., 140
Gender and Persistence, 205 Kaser, Joyce, 193
Genderwise, 64 Katkin, Wendy, 55, 186, 187
GEOS, 157 Kaufman, Louise, 92
Girls RISE, 83 KBPO Seek Out Science Program, 147
Improving the Climate in Physics Departments, 204 KCAW-FM Raven Radio, 158, 159
Kekelis, Linda, 23, 25 Levine, Dana, 19
Kelley, Carmen, 115 Lewis, Cheryl, 138
Kemenny, John, 71 Lewis-Clark State College, 138, 139
Kemp, Paula, 165 Li, Jing, 152
Kerr, Barbara, 155, 156, 157 Libraries for the Future, 77
Kestner, Michael, 69 life science, 122–123
Ketcham, Dale, 18 Life Science Biographies, 122–123
Keyes, Marian C., 160 literacy, gender differences in, 70, 71
Kieve Affective Education, 168 Litherland, Rebecca Q., 95, 97
Kieve Science Camp for Girls, 167 Little, Nan, 13
Kimmel, Howard, 19 Little Big Horn College, 169
King, Angela G., 189 Little Foundation, 45, 46
Kingston Middle School, 82 living spaces, 166
Kintz, Virginia, 171 L.L.C., 34
Kirkpatrick, Nanda, 185 Llewellyn, Donna C., 192
"kitchen science" workshop, 21, 162 Loats, James T., 9
Kittrell, Flemmie P., 136 Lockheed Martin, 86
Kivelson, Pamela Davis, 41 Loehr, Joann S., 56
Klibaner, Robert, 109 Lofaro, Marsha L., 36
Knecht, Robert D., 90 Long Island Power Authority, 43
Knight, Virginia, 69 Longwood School District, 187
knowledge-level questions, 198 Lopez, Ana M., 84
Koch, Laura C., 175 Lord Corporation, 10
Koehler, Ron, 46 Love, Susan, 41
Koistenen, Dale E., 23, 27 Luce Foundation, 211
Kovach, Jack, 161 Lujan, Jaime L., 147
Kraemer, David R., 107 Lutz, Pamela B., 160
Kramer, Pamela E., 173, 174 Lynch, Amanda, 158
Kusimo, Patricia S., 160 Lynn Middle School, 130
Kyrene School District, 86
M
L MAA. See Mathematical Association of America
Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training, 167–168 MacLean, Hollis, 56
Lambert, Lynn, 166 M.A.D. Scientists Club, 56
Lancaster, Ann-Marie, 109 Madison, Sandra K., 105, 154
Land, Harry, 177 MAGIC. See Microscope and Graphic Imaging Center
Lander Company, 17, 18 Maki, Ruth H., 144
Landesman, Miriam Fl., 133 Making a Splash: A Guide for Getting Your Programs, Products, and Ideas Out, 5
LaSalle University, 17 Making Computer Science Cool for Girls, 104–105
Las Cruces Public School District, 130 Making Connections, 9
Lasich, Debra K., 90 Making Engineering More Attractive as a Career, 202–203
Latinas En Ciencia, 127–128 Mangin, Katrina L., 143, 153
Lawhead, Pamela, 104 Mantel, Linda H., 50, 174
Lawrence, Sarah, 69 manual
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, 25 Girls Dig it Online, 118
Lazarus, Barbara B., 48, 203 How to Be a Mentor, 45
leadership skills, Collaborating Across Campuses, 214 Project PRISM, 139
Learning Communities, 153–154 SMART, 5, 6
learning communities Testing Campus-Based Models of GRE Prep Courses, 207
Changing Faculty Through Learning Communities, 202 MAPLE computer algebra software, 72
Learning Communities, 153–154 Mappen, Ellen F., 34, 90
New Courses to Draw Women into Science and Engineering, 200 Marangi, Gregory, 135
learning styles, gender differences in, 65–66, 67, 74 Marcello, Joseph A., 159
Lego Logo, 133 Margle, Janice, 108
Leighton, Carolyn, 56 Marguli, Lynn, 76
Leventman, Paula G., 180 Maricopa County Community College, 125
Levin, Amy K., 75 Marilyn Burns' Math Solutions, 63
Levine, Audrey D., 92 Marine and Aquatic Mini-Camp, 116
Levine, Beth, 189 marine science
Jump Start, 115–116 Mattis, Mary, 210
Marine and Aquatic Mini-Camp, 116 Matute-Bianchi, Maria E., 133
Oceanography Camp for Girls, 114–115 Matyas, Marsha L., 123
Marine Sciences Research Center, 187 Maumee Valley Girl Scout Council, 15
Marion County Public School District, 7 Mavriplis, Catherine A., 177
Marks, John R., 161 MAXIMA, 128–130
Marley, Robert J., 169 Maxwell, Sheryl A., 49
Marra, Rose M., 89 Mayberry, Maralee, 119
Marsh, Lori S., 161 McCoy, Kathleen F., 105
Marshall-Goodell, Beverly, 14, 214 McCullough, Claire L., 120
Martin, C. Dianne, 150 McDuff, Dusa, 42
masculinity, 91–92 McLean, James A., 138
Massey, Christine M., 113 Medtronic Microelectronics, 86
Massey, Katherine, 196 Megginson, Bob, 140
Master It, 163 MEGS. See mathematical, equitable game software
math, 61–76 Mehrotra, Chandra M., 98
applying, to community problems, 68–69 Menchel, Robert, 175
linking history to, 9 mentoring
transactional writing for, 132 in Achieving Success in Academia, 213
math achievement in Action-WISE in Zanesville, Ohio, 160, 161
Animal World and, 67 in Agents for Change, 112
Early Influences on Gender Differences in Math Achievement and, 61 in Animal World, 67
Math Camp for Deaf High School Girls, 175 in Appalachian Girls' Voices, 159, 160
math clubs, 62 in Athena Project, 180–181
mathematical, equitable game software (MEGS), 65 in AWSEM, 55
Mathematical Association of America (MAA), 72 in Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science, 149, 150
Mathematics Renaissance, 63, 147 in BUGS, 182
Math Enrichment for Native American Girls, 140 in Building BRIDGES for Community College Students, 51–52
math enrichment program, 68–69, 140 in Calculate the Possibilities, 33
Math Mega Camp, 61 in Calculus Research, 72
math reform, 63 in Careers in Wildlife Science, 121
Math Science Network, 37 in Changing Faculty Through Learning Communities, 202
Math-Science Network, 144 in College Studies for Women on Public Assistance, 173
math skills in Community-Based Mentoring, 49–50
AnimalWatch and, 65–66 in Computer Camp for Teachers, 105
Animal World and, 67 in Connections, 179, 180
Calculate the Possibilities and, 33 in Developing Hands-On Museum Exhibits, 79
Calculus Research and, 72 in Education Coalition in Connecticut, 191
Computer Games for Mathematical Empowerment and, 64–65 in Enhancing "Expanding Your Horizons," 144
Designing with Virtual Reality Technology and, 102 in Equity Initiatives in Houston, 184, 185
Engaged Learning and, 125 in E-WOMS, 73, 74, 75
E-WOMS and, 75 in Exploring Engineering, 78
Exploring Engineering and, 78 in Eyes to the Future, 45–46
Feed the Mind, Nourish the Spirit and, 139 in FORWARD, 177
GEMS and, 69 in Futurebound, 152, 153
Genderwise and, 64 in GEMS, 69, 152
Integrating Math and Science with Lego Logo and, 133 in GEOS, 157
Interconnections and, 10 in Girls Dig it Online, 118
Learning Communities and, 154 in Girls RISE, 83–84
Math Enrichment for Native American Girls and, 140 in Guide for Recruiting and Advancing Women in Academia, 212
Math Mega Camp and, 61 in Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English, 135
Realistic Modeling Activities in Small Technical Teams and, 88 in How to Be a Mentor, 44–45
Recruiting Women in the Quantitative Sciences and, 76 in Imagination Place, 77
Single-Gender Math Clubs and, 62 in Improving Science in a Dayton Magnet School, 137
Splash and, 124 in Improving the Climate in Physics Departments, 204
Weaving Gender Equity into Math Reform and, 63 in Jump Start, 115, 116
Womenwin and, 70–71 in Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training, 168
Matthew, Kathleen, 87 in Latinas En Ciencia, 128
Matthews, Pamela R., 200 in Learning Communities, 153, 154
in Making Computer Science Cool for Girls, 105 Metrowomen Chemists, 174
in Mentoring Teams of Teacher Trainers, 197 Metz, Susan S., 48, 213
in Mentoring Through Crossage Research Terms, 50 Metzler, Suzanne C., 107
in MentorNet, 48 Meuth, Judy L., 36, 139
in Minority Girls in the System, 143 Mewborn, Denise, 192
in Mountaineering After-School and Summer Camps, 16 Mexican-American girls
in Oceanography Camp for Girls, 114 Biographical Storytelling Empowers Latinas in Math for, 131
in Ole Miss Computer Camp, 104 Minority Girls in the System for, 142, 143
in Opening the Horizon, 165 Meyers, Carolyn W., 192
in OPTIONS, 48 Miami-Dade Community College, 70, 71
in Partners in Engineering, 82 Miami-Dade County Middle Schools, 84
in PipeLINK, 111 Miami-Dade County Public Schools, 71, 102
in Project EDGE, 44 Miami-Dade County Public Schools Urban Systemic Initiative, 84
in Project EFFECT, 36 Miami Museum of Science, Inc., 83, 84, 101, 102
in Project GOLD, 174, 175 Miaoulis, Ioannis, 79
in Recruiting Engineers in Kentucky, K-12, 87 Microscope and Graphic Imaging Center (MAGIC), 61
in Recruiting Women into Computer Science, 109 Mid-Continent Council of Girl Scouts, 106, 107
in Re-Entering the Workforce, 174 Middlesex County College, 92
in RISE, 51 Milgram, Donna, 195, 196
in Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls, 145 Mills College, 25
in Science-Based Service Learning, 13 mini-grants, Science for All, 169
in Science for All, 168, 169 Minneapolis Public Schools, 175
in Science of Living Spaces, 166 Minnesota State Department of Education, 175
in Selling Girls on Physical Sciences, 97 Minnesota Zoo, 174
in Sisters in Science, 141, 142 minorities, 126–177
in Sisters in Sport Science, 17 Adventures of Josie True for, 40
in Splash, 124 After-School ASSETS Project for, 145
in Summer Camp for Rural High School Girls, 172 Appalachian Girls' Voices for, 159
in Summer Research Projects in Computer Science, 108–109 Biographical Storytelling Empowers Latinas in Math for, 131–132
in Supporting Women in Geoscience, 53 Bioinformatics for High School for, 122
in Sweetwater Girl Power, 147 Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science for, 149–150
in Team Approach to Mentoring Junior Economists, 215 Building BRIDGES for Community College Students for, 51, 52
in Tech Trek, 15 Calculus Research for, 71–72
in Telementoring Teens, 47 College Studies for Women on Public Assistance for, 173
in Training Model for Extracurricular Science, 149 Community-Based Mentoring for, 50
in Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs, 194, 195 Enhancing "Expanding Your Horizons" for, 144
in Triad Alliance Science Clubs, 190 Exploring Engineering for, 78
in Una Mano al Futuro, 133 Feed the Mind, Nourish the Spirit for, 139
in Undergraduate Research Fellowships, 54 Futurebound for, 152–153
in WISE Investments, 86 GEMS for, 151, 152
in WISER Lab Research for First-Year Undergraduates, 52, 53 Girls Dig it Online for, 117–118
in WISE Scholars Do Engineering Research, 93 Girls RISE for, 83–84
in WISE Women at Stony Brook, 186, 187 GREEN Project for, 147
in WISP, 58–59 Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English for, 134–135
in Women for Women, 43 Improving Science in a Dayton Magnet School for, 137
Mentoring Teams of Teacher Trainers, 197 Integrating Math and Science with Lego Logo for, 133
Mentoring Through Crossage Research Terms, 50 Internet Explorers for, 170
MentorNet, 48, 177 Latinas En Ciencia for, 127–128
mentor training Learning Communities for, 153–154
How to Be a Mentor, 44–45 Making Connections for, 9
MentorNet, 48 Math Enrichment for Native American Girls for, 140
Partners in Engineering, 82 Math Mega Camp for, 61
Merck Institute for Science Education, 34 MAXIMA for, 128–130
Meredith College, 69 Minority Girls in the System for, 142–143
Mesilla Elementary School, 130 New Courses to Draw Women into Science and Engineering for, 200
Meszaros, Peggy S., 113 Oceanography Camp for Girls for, 114, 115
metaphors, 29 Pathways through Calculus for, 73
meteorology, 117 Pre-College Engineering Workshops for, 85
Metropolitan State College of Denver, 9 Preparing At-Risk Undergraduates for Graduate School for, 206
Project PRISM for, 138–139 Sisters in Science, 141–142
REALM for, 117 Murphy, Charlotte, 9
Re-Entering the Workforce for, 174 museums
Research in Computer Science for, 103 and After-School ASSETS Project, 145
Role Models Change Hispanic Girls' Job Aspirations for, 130–131 and Designing with Virtual Reality Technology, 101, 102
Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls for, 145 and Developing Hands-On Museum Exhibits, 79
Science Connections for, 20, 162 and FEMME Continuum, 19
Science for All for, 168, 169 and Girls in Science, 26
Sisters in Science for, 141–142 and Girls RISE, 83, 84
Splash for, 124 and GO Team!, 101
Student-Peer Teaching in Birmingham, Alabama for, 136 and Jump for the Sun, 171
Sweetwater Girl Power for, 146, 147 and Latinas En Ciencia, 127–128
TARGETS for, 156 and Project Parity, 3
Training Model for Extracurricular Science for, 149 and Science Horizons for Girl Scouts, 14
Turnage Scholars Program for, 138 and Science in the City, 155
Una Mano al Futuro for, 133 and Shampoos Etc!, 18
Weaving Gender Equity into Math Reform for, 63 and TNT Girls Go to Physics Camp, 98
Minority Girls in the System, 142–143 Musil, Caryn McTighe, 201
Minority Women in Science (MWIS), 133 Muskingum Area Technical College, 161
mirror coaching, 8 Muskingum College, 161
misconceptions about women in science, 38 MWIS. See Minority Women in Science
mistakes My Horizon, 10
learning from, 99
letting girls make, 8 N
Mitchell, Julius P., 139 Nair, Indira, 41
mixed-gender groups NASA, 61, 64
Family Tools and Technology, 3–5 National Academy of Sciences, 212
Making Connections, 9 National Coalition of Girls' Schools, 28
Minority Girls in the System, 143 National Consortium of Specialized Secondary Schools in Math, Science, and Technology, 156
Project Parity, 3 National Council for Research on Women (NCRW), 201, 211–212
Realistic Modeling Activities in Small Technical Teams, 88 National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM), 63
vs. single-gender groups, 32 National 4-H Council, 27
Sisters in Science, 141, 142 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 116
Summerscape, 32 National Research Council, 212
Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups, 163 National Technical Institute for the Deaf, 175, 176, 177
Triad Alliance Science Clubs, 190 National Testbed Project, 47
modeling activities, 88 National University, 147
Moingona Girl Scout Council, 163 National Wakonse Fellowship for College Teaching, 157
Mokros, Janice R., 62, 63, 65 National Weather Service, 107
Montana State University, 168, 169 National Women's Study Association, 201
Montera Middle Schools in Oakland Unified School District, 23 Native American girls
Montgomery County, 161 After-School ASSETS Project for, 145
Montshire Museum of Science, 14 Enhancing "Expanding Your Horizons" for, 144
Morgan, Susan, 125 Feed the Mind, Nourish the Spirit for, 139
Moroh, Marsha, 109 Futurebound for, 152, 153
Morrow, Charlene, 64 Learning Communities for, 154
Mortensen, Mark, 182 Math Enrichment for Native American Girls for, 140
Mortz, Margaret, 145 Minority Girls in the System for, 142, 143
Mosely-Howard, Gerri Susan, 33 Project PRISM for, 138–139
Moskal, Barbara M., 90 Science for All for, 168, 169
Mother-Daughter Academy, 93–94 TARGETS for, 156
Motorola, 86 Native American Heritage School, 124
Moulton, Meg M., 28 NCRW. See National Council for Research on Women
Mountaineering After-School and Summer Camps, 15–16 NCSM. See National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics
Mount St. Mary's College, 207 Nekvasil, Hanna, 54, 55
Mt. Holyoke College, 64, 175 neo-Darwinism, 76
Muller, Carol B., 48, 52, 59, 177 NEU. See Northeastern University
multi-generational learning New Courses to Draw Women into Science and Engineering, 200
Mentoring Through Crossage Research Terms, 50 New Frontiers/Center for Educational Development, 78
New Jersey Institute of Technology, 19, 91, 92 Oregon Graduate Institute of Science and Technology, 56
New Mexico Commission on Higher Education, 130 Oregon Health & Sciences University, 56
New Mexico State University, 128, 130 Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, 128
Newton, H. Joseph, 202 Oregon Robotics Tournament and Outreach Association, 56
Newton Academy, 96 Oregon State Department of Education, 56
New York Academy of Sciences, 173, 174, 210, 211 Oregon University System, 56
New York Aquarium, 121 Orr, Lynne H., 100
New York Hall of Science, 187 Oshkosh Curriculum Institute, 176
New York Institute of Technology, 148 Ostrowski, James P., 113
Nicholson, Heather Johnson, 118 OTH. See Opening the Horizon
Nicholson, Jane, 23, 27 Ottawa University, 106–107
Nicoletti, Denise A., 80 outdoors, BUGS, 182
non-academic questions, 198 Out of the Lab, 158–159
Norcliffe Foundation, 172 Owens, Charlotte H., 103
North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, 69, 189, 195
North Carolina's School-to-Work Office, 195 P
North Carolina State University, 69, 205 Pacific High School, 159
North Dakota State University at Fargo, 144 Pacific Lutheran University, 45
Northeastern University (NEU), 179, 180 Paetzold, Ramona L., 200
Northern Arizona University, 86 Pagni, David L., 73
Northern Illinois University, 73, 75, 85 Papakonstantinou, Anne J., 185
Northern Pine Girl Scout Council, 98 parental involvement
North Harris Montgomery Community College District (NHC), 195, 196 in After-School ASSETS Project, 145
Northwest Center for Research on Women, 172 in After-School Science PLUS, 11
Nosebag Science, 12 in Appalachian Girls' Voices, 159–160
note taking, 29, 85 in AWSEM, 56
Numedeon, 102, 103 in Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science, 150
Nunn, Barbara, 136 in Bring Your Mother to (Engineering) School, 93–94
Nussbaum, Noel, 137 in BUGS, 182
in Developing Hands-On Museum Exhibits, 79
O in Douglass Projects Pre-College Program, 34
Oakland Unified School District, 25 in Education Coalition in Connecticut, 191
Oakland University, 26 in Engineering GOES to Middle School, 80
Ocean County College, 92 in Enhancing "Expanding Your Horizons," 144
oceanography in Exploring Engineering, 78
Jump Start, 115–116 in Family Tools and Technology, 3, 4, 5
Marine and Aquatic Mini-Camp, 116 in Get Set, Go!, 188, 189
Oceanography Camp for Girls, 114–115 in Girls and Technology, 28, 29
Oceanography Camp for Girls, 114–115 in Girls First, 23
O'Connell, Tory, 158 in Girls RISE, 83, 84
O'Conner, Carol, 177 in GO Team!, 101
Odyssey Books, 10 in GREEN Project, 148
Office of Minority Engineering Programs, 39 in Hands-On Engineering Projects for Middle School Girls, 81
Off The Page Works, Inc., 10 in Improving Science in a Dayton Magnet School, 137
Ohio State University Research Foundation, 33, 91 in Integrating Math and Science with Lego Logo, 133
Old Dominion Research Foundation, 194 in Jump for the Sun, 171
Ole Miss Computer Camp, 104 in Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training, 168
Oliver, Sylvia A., 16 in Latinas En Ciencia, 127, 128
Olmer, Catherine, 214 in Making Connections, 9
Onaral, Banu, 80 in Math Enrichment for Native American Girls, 140
online course in Mentoring Through Crossage Research Terms, 50
GEMS, 192–193 in Minority Girls in the System, 142, 143
Tutorials for Change, 206 in Opening the Horizon, 165
online survey, What Works in Programs for Girls, 179 in Project GOLD, 175
On the Air with Gender Equity, 39 in Project Parity, 3
Opening the Horizon (OTH), 164–165 in REALM, 117
OPTIONS, 48–49 in Recruiting Engineers in Kentucky, K-12, 87
Orange County Public Schools, 52 in Role Models Change Hispanic Girls' Job Aspirations, 131
Oregon Graduate Institute, 56 in Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls, 145
in Science Connections, 20, 162 Pennsylvania State University Berks-Lehigh Valley, 108
in Science in the City, 155 Pennsylvania State University GRASP Lab, 113
in Science Is for Us, 33 performance-based science, 17
in Science of Living Spaces, 166 Perham, Bernadette H., 33
in Selling Girls on Physical Sciences, 97 persistence, 205
in Single-Gender Math Clubs, 62 personal care products, Shampoos Etc!, 17–18
in Sisters in Science, 141, 142 Philadelphia School System, 17, 113, 142
in Sisters in Sport Science, 17 Phoebe's Field, 10
in SMART, 6 Phoenix, Tempe, and Chandler Unified High School Districts, 86
in Southern Illinois Support Network, 37 Phoenix Life, 191
in Summer Research Projects in Computer Science, 109 Phoenix Urban Systemic Initiative, 86
in Sweetwater Girl Power, 146, 147 physical sciences
in TNT Girls Go to Physics Camp, 98 Pathways through Calculus, 73
in Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups, 163 WISER Lab Research for First-Year Undergraduates, 52, 53
in Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs, 194 physics, 95–100
in Triad Alliance Science Clubs, 190 Changing How Introductory Physics is Taught, 99
in Turnage Scholars Program, 138 Experiment-Based Physics for Girls, 95
in Weaving Gender Equity into Math Reform, 63 Improving the Climate in Physics Departments, 203–204
in WISE Investments, 86 Interconnections, 10
in WISE Women at Stony Brook, 186 Jump for the Sun, 170–171
in Women's Images of Science and Engineering, 125 Selling Girls on Physical Sciences, 96–97
Parents Advocacy Coalition for Equal Rights, 175 Splash, 124
Partnership for After School Education, 11 Teaching Internships in Physics for Undergraduates, 100
Partners in Engineering, 82 TNT Girls Go to Physics Camp, 98
Pathways through Calculus, 73 Why Do Some Physics Departments Have More Women Majors?, 204–205
Patriots' Trail Girl Scout Council, 179, 180 Pickard, Dawn M., 26
Pavone, Mary, 52, 59 Pierce, Rebecca, 33
PBS Pierotti, Robert A., 192
Counseling for Gender Equity, 193, 194 Pima Community College (PCC), 152, 153
Single-Gender Math Clubs, 62 Pinellas County School System, 115
PCC. See Pima Community College PipeLINK, 110–111
Peck, Jodilyn A., 78 Pitkin, Patricia, 44
Peeks, Yolanda, 25 Pittendrigh, Adele S., 169
peer coaching, 8, 146, 183 Plank, Carmen, 147
peer groups Playtime Is Science (PS), 11
Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science, 150 Plugged In!, 106–107
Connections, 179 PLUS Center, 20, 162
Douglass Projects Pre-College Program, 34 policy
E-WOMS, 74–75 Achieving Success in Academia, 213
Girls for Planet Earth, 27 Balancing the Equation, 212
Learning Communities, 153, 154 Creeping Toward Inclusivity, 211
Oceanography Camp for Girls, 114 Equity, Science Careers, and the Changing Economy, 211
Project GOLD, 174, 175 Making Engineering More Attractive as a Career, 203
Re-Entering the Workforce, 174 Washington State Gender Equity Project, 184
Science Connections, 162 What Works in After-School Science, 181
Selling Girls on Physical Sciences, 96, 97 Pollina, Ann, 28, 191
Southern Illinois Support Network, 37 Pollock, Lori L., 105
Student-Peer Teaching in Birmingham, Alabama, 136 Pomponi, Shirley A., 116
Summer Research Projects in Computer Science, 109 Portland State University, 56, 201
Supporting Women in Geoscience, 53 posters, Putting a Human Face on Science, 41, 42
Teaching Internships in Physics for Undergraduates, 100 Poulton, Mary M., 143
Telementoring Teens, 47 POWER project, 91, 104
Pemberton, Jane, 182 Powers, Susan E., 82
Peninsula study, 10 Pre-College Engineering Workshops, 85–86
Pennsylvania Space Grant Consortium, 53 Preparing At-Risk Undergraduates for Graduate School, 206–207
Pennsylvania State University, 52–53, 89, 107, 108 Price, Lynda, 175
Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 53, 203 problem-solving skills
Pennsylvania State University Altoona College, 108 Agents for Change and, 112
Pennsylvania State University at Abington, 53, 108 AnimalWatch and, 66
Animal World and, 67 Teaching SMART, 7–8
Bioinformatics for High School and, 122 Team Approach to Mentoring Junior Economists, 215
Changing How Introductory Physics is Taught and, 99 Training Model for Extracurricular Science, 149
Connections and, 180 Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups, 163
Engineering Lessons in Animated Cartoons and, 85 Triad Alliance Science Clubs, 190
E-WOMS and, 74, 75 Turnage Scholars Program, 138
Family Tools and Technology and, 3, 4, 5 Weaving Gender Equity into Math Reform, 63
Feed the Mind, Nourish the Spirit and, 139 What Works in Programs for Girls, 179
Genderwise and, 64 Women's Studies and Science, 200–201
Girls First and, 21, 23 Profiles of Women in Science and Engineering, 41
Jump for the Sun and, 171 Project Access, 210
Life Science Biographies and, 123 project-based learning
Math Camp for Deaf High School Girls and, 175 in Agents for Change, 112, 113
Math Enrichment for Native American Girls and, 140 in Appalachian Girls' Voices, 160
MAXIMA and, 129, 130 in Camp REACH, 79
Oceanography Camp for Girls and, 114, 115 in Developing Hands-On Museum Exhibits, 79
Ole Miss Computer Camp and, 104 in Equity Initiatives in Houston, 185
OPTIONS and, 49 in FORWARD, 176
Partners in Engineering and, 82 in Girls RISE, 83, 84
Science of Living Spaces and, 166 in Hands-On Engineering Projects for Middle School Girls, 81
Teaching Inclusive Science and Engineering and, 89, 90 in OPTIONS, 49
Teaching SMART and, 8 in Partners in Engineering, 82
Training Graduate Students to Develop Undergraduate Research Projects and, 55 in Sweetwater Girl Power, 146, 147
Training Model for Extracurricular Science and, 149 in Techbridge, 24, 25
Triad Alliance Science Clubs and, 190 in Women's Images of Science and Engineering, 125
procedural questions, 198 Project EDGE, 44
professional development. See also teacher training Project EFFECT, 36
Achieving Success in Academia, 213 Project GOLD, 174–175
After-School Science PLUS, 11 Project Kaleidoscope, 201
Athena Project, 180, 181 Project Parity, 3
Careers in Wildlife Science, 121 Project PRISM, 138–139
Coding Student Teachers' Classroom Interactions, 198–199 PROMISE project, 118
Collaborating Across Campuses, 214 Prospect Park Zoo, 121
Counseling for Gender Equity, 193–194 Proxima, 147
Creeping Toward Inclusivity, 211 PSE&G, 34
Equity Initiatives in Houston, 185 psychology, AnimalWatch, 65, 66
FORWARD, 177 publications
GEOS, 157 Balancing the Equation, 211–212
GREEN Project, 148 Creeping Toward Inclusivity, 210–211
Hands-On Science in Rural Virginia Middle Schools, 161 Equity, Science Careers, and the Changing Economy, 211
Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training, 167, 168 Eyes to the Future, 46
Math Camp for Deaf High School Girls, 175 Improving the Climate in Physics Departments, 204
MAXIMA, 128–130 Making Engineering More Attractive as a Career, 203
Mentoring Teams of Teacher Trainers, 197 Profiles of Women in Science and Engineering, 41
Minority Girls in the System, 142–143 TNT Girls Go to Physics Camp, 98
Nosebag Science, 12 Una Mano al Futuro, 133
Opening the Horizon, 164–165 Why Do Some Physics Departments Have More Women Majors?, 205
OPTIONS, 49 Public Broadcasting Service. See PBS
Project GOLD, 174 Public Radio International, 159
Project PRISM, 138–139 Purdue University, 88
Retaining Graduate Students and Junior Faculty, 208 Puskar, Elizabeth, 171
Retooling High School Teachers of Computer Science, 106 Putting a Human Face on Science, 41–42
Science for All, 168
Science of Living Spaces and, 166 Q
Sisters in Science, 141–142 Quakenbush, Lori, 158
Summer Camp for Rural High School Girls, 172 Qualcomm, 147
Summerscape, 31 quantitative sciences, Recruiting Women in the Quantitative Sciences, 75–76
Sweetwater Girl Power, 146, 147 Queens Zoo, 121
TARGETS, 156 questionnaires
Breaking the Silences, 208, 209 Developing Hands-On Museum Exhibits, 79
Tutorials for Change, 206 Education Coalition in Connecticut, 191
questions, 198 Futurebound, 152, 153
quilt-making, 9 Get Set, Go!, 188
Quiroz, Arlene, 143 Guide for Recruiting and Advancing Women in Academia, 212
Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English, 134
R Improving Diversity in the Software Development Community, 110
Radcliffe College, 211 Improving Science in a Dayton Magnet School, 137
Radcliffe Public Policy Institute, 211 MAXIMA, 130
radio Project EFFECT, 36
On the Air with Gender Equity, 39 Recruiting Engineers in Kentucky, K-12, 87
Out of the Lab, 158, 159 Recruiting Women in the Quantitative Sciences, 75–76
Radio Series on Alaskan Women in Science, 158 Recruiting Women into Computer Science, 109
Radio Series on Alaskan Women in Science, 158 What's in the Box?, 107, 108
Ramakrishna, B. L., 125 Why Do Some Physics Departments Have More Women Majors?, 204, 205
Ramakrishna, Pushpa, 125 Women's Studies and Science, 200–201
Rand, Donna, 3 WomenTech at Community Colleges, 195, 196
Ransome, Elizabeth W., 28 recycled computers, 107–108
Ratner, Esther, 156 Re-Entering the Workforce, 173–174
Rayman, Paula, 28, 211 re-entry, 173–174
Realistic Modeling Activities in Small Technical Teams, 88 Rees, Margaret N., 119
real-life applications Reid, Pamela T., 69
in ACES, 120 reinventing engineering and creating new horizons. See Camp REACH
in After-School Science PLUS, 11 relay service, 176
in Balancing the Equation, 211–212 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 89, 110, 111
in Calculus Research, 72 research experience
in Camp REACH, 80 in Achieving Success in Academia, 213
in Changing How Introductory Physics is Taught, 99 in Apprenticeships in Science Policy, 123
in E-WOMS, 73, 74, 75 in Building BRIDGES for Community College Students, 51–52
in Experiment-Based Physics for Girls, 95 in Calculus Research, 71–72
in Eyes to the Future, 46 in Community-Based Mentoring, 49, 50
in Family Tools and Technology, 3, 4, 5 in Engaged Learning, 124, 125
in Girls and Technology, 28 in FORWARD, 176, 177
in Girls for Planet Earth, 27 in Futurebound, 152, 153
in Girls on Track, 68, 69 in Gender Equity Training in Teacher Education, 183
in GO Team!, 101 in Girls Dig it Online, 117
in GREEN Project, 148 in Improving Science in a Dayton Magnet School, 137
in Hands-On Engineering Projects for Middle School Girls, 81 in Internet Explorers, 170
in Hands-On Science in Rural Virginia Middle Schools, 161 in Making Computer Science Cool for Girls, 105
in Master It, 163 in Mentoring Through Crossage Research Terms, 50
in Math Enrichment for Native American Girls, 140 in Pathways through Calculus, 73
in Oceanography Camp for Girls, 114 in PipeLINK, 111
in Partners in Engineering, 82 in Pre-College Engineering Workshops, 86
in Pathways through Calculus, 73 in Preparing At-Risk Undergraduates for Graduate School, 206, 207
in REALM, 117 in Research in Computer Science, 103
in Science-Based Service Learning, 13 in RISE, 51
in Science in the City, 155 in Sisters in Sport Science, 17
in Science Is for Us, 33 in Summer Research Projects in Computer Science, 108–109
in Selling Girls on Physical Sciences, 96–97 in Sweetwater Girl Power, 147
in Summerscape, 30, 31 in Teaching Inclusive Science and Engineering, 90
in WISE Investments, 86 in Training Graduate Students to Develop Undergraduate Research Projects, 54–55
REALM, 117 in Undergraduate Research Fellowships, 54
Recruiting Engineers in Kentucky, K-12, 87 in WISER Lab Research for First-Year Undergraduates, 52–53
Recruiting Women in the Quantitative Sciences, 75–76 in WISE Scholars Do Engineering Research, 92, 93
Recruiting Women into Computer Science, 109 in WISE Women at Stony Brook, 186, 187
recruitment in WISP, 58, 59
Assessing Women in Engineering Programs, 89 in Women for Women, 43
Collaborating Across Campuses, 214 in Women in Astronomy, 27
College Studies for Women on Public Assistance, 173 Research in Computer Science, 103
research studies Education Coalition in Connecticut, 191
Agents for Change, 113 Futurebound, 152, 153
AnimalWatch, 66 Gender and Persistence, 205
Animal World, 67 Girls on Track, 68
Appalachian Girls' Voices, 159, 160 Guide for Recruiting and Advancing Women in Academia, 212
Biographical Storytelling Empowers Latinas in Math, 131–132 InGEAR, 191–192
Breaking the Silences, 208–209 Mentoring Teams of Teacher Trainers, 197
Coding Student Teachers' Classroom Interactions, 198–199 MentorNet, 48
Computer Games for Mathematical Empowerment, 64–65 Pathways through Calculus, 73
Early Influences on Gender Differences in Math Achievement, 61 Project EFFECT, 36
GEMS, 193 Recruiting Women into Computer Science, 109
Gender and Persistence, 205 Retaining Graduate Students and Junior Faculty, 207–208
Gender and Team Decision-Making, 90 Retooling High School Teachers of Computer Science, 106
GEOS, 157 Role Models Change Hispanic Girls' Job Aspirations, 131
Girls on Track, 68–69 Teaching Internships in Physics for Undergraduates, 100
Imagination Place, 77 Undergraduate Research Fellowships, 54
Improving the Climate in Physics Departments, 204 What's in the Box?, 108
InGEAR, 191, 192 Why Do Some Physics Departments Have More Women Majors?, 204, 205
MAXIMA, 129, 130 WISE Beginnings, 58
Minority Girls in the System, 143 WISER Lab Research for First-Year Undergraduates, 52–53
Realistic Modeling Activities in Small Technical Teams, 88 WISP, 58, 59
Retaining Graduate Students and Junior Faculty, 208 WomenTech at Community Colleges, 195, 196
Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls, 145 Retention of Women Graduate Students and Early Career Academics in Science, Mathematics,
Self-Authorship and Pivotal Transitions toward Information Technology, 113 Engineering, and Technology (conference), 207–208
Sissies, Tomboys, and Gender Identity, 92 Retooling High School Teachers of Computer Science, 106
Summerscape, 31–32 Reyes, Maria, 39
Testing Campus-Based Models of GRE Prep Courses, 207 Reyes, Marie E., 153
Tutorials for Change, 206 Reynolds, Jerald H., 12
What Works in Programs for Girls, 179 Rheingans, Penny, 104
Why Do Some Physics Departments Have More Women Majors?, 204, 205 Rice University, 185, 207
Why Girls Go to Whyville.net, 102–103 Rich, Adrienne, 126
resource center Rich, Nancy C., 214
Collaborating Across Campuses, 214 Richardson, Greer M., 17
Community-Based Mentoring, 50 Richter, Mary, 15
Education Coalition in Connecticut, 191 RISE, 51
Gender Equity Training in Teacher Education, 183 risk-taking, 99, 167
Girls in Science, 26 Riva, Maria T., 145
InGEAR, 192 Riverhead School District, 43, 187
Nosebag Science, 12 RMSC. See Russell Mathematics and Science Center
Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups, 163 Roanoke County, 161
What Works in After-School Science, 181 Roanoke River Valley Consortium, 138
resource guide Robertson Museum and Science Center, 18
After-School Science PLUS, 11 Robinson, Jean C., 54
Community-Based Mentoring, 49 Robinson, Tracy, 69
Education Coalition in Connecticut, 191 Robinson-Kurpius, Sharon, 156, 157
Girls and Technology, 28 robotics
Guide for Recruiting and Advancing Women in Academia, 212 ACES, 120
Weaving Gender Equity into Math Reform, 63 Agents for Change, 111–113
Retaining Graduate Students and Junior Faculty, 207–208 Rochester Institute of Technology, 44, 175
retention Rockford Public School District, 85
Assessing Women in Engineering Programs, 89 Rockhurst College, 107
Balancing the Equation, 212 Rodger, Susan H., 111
Calculus Research, 71 Rodriguez, Alberto J., 130
Changing How Introductory Physics is Taught, 99 Rogers, Jim, 171
Collaborating Across Campuses, 214 role models
Community-Based Mentoring, 50 in ACES, 120
Counseling for Gender Equity, 194 in Achieving Success in Academia, 213
Creeping Toward Inclusivity, 210–211 in Action-WISE in Zanesville, Ohio, 161
Developing Visualization Skills, 91 in Adventures of Josie True, 40
in After-School ASSETS Project, 145 in Radio Series on Alaskan Women in Science, 158
in After-School Science PLUS, 11 in Recruiting Engineers in Kentucky, K-12, 87
in Agents for Change, 112 in Recruiting Women into Computer Science, 109
in On the Air with Gender Equity, 39 in Research in Computer Science, 103
in Athena Project, 181 in RISE, 51
in AWSEM, 55, 56 in Role Models Change Hispanic Girls' Job Aspirations, 130–131
in Balancing the Equation, 212 in Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls, 145
in Biographical Storytelling Empowers Latinas in Math, 132 in Science Connections, 20, 162
in Bioinformatics for High School, 122 in Science Horizons for Girl Scouts, 14
in Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science, 149 in Science in the City, 155
in Bring Your Mother to (Engineering) School, 94 in Science Is for Us, 33
in Building BRIDGES for Community College Students, 52 in Selling Girls on Physical Sciences, 96, 97
in Calculate the Possibilities, 33 in Single-Gender Math Clubs, 62
in Careers in Wildlife Science, 121 in Sisters in Science, 141, 142
in Collaborating Across Campuses, 214 in Southern Illinois Support Network, 37
in Community-Based Mentoring, 50 in Splash, 124
in Computer Camp for Teachers, 105 in Student-Peer Teaching in Birmingham, Alabama, 136
in Developing Hands-On Museum Exhibits, 79 in Summer Camp for Rural High School Girls, 172
in Douglass Projects Pre-College Program, 34 in Summer Research Projects in Computer Science, 109
in Engineering GOES to Middle School, 80 in Supporting Women in Geoscience, 53
in Equity, Science Careers, and the Changing Economy, 211 in Sweetwater Girl Power, 146, 147
in Equity Initiatives in Houston, 184, 185 in TARGETS, 156
in E-WOMS, 74, 75 in Techbridge, 24–25
in Exploring Engineering, 78 in Techgirl, 39
in Eyes to the Future, 45–46 in Training Model for Extracurricular Science, 149
in FORWARD, 177 in Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups, 163
in Futurebound, 152, 153 in Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs, 194, 195
in GEMS, 69, 151, 152 in Traveling Science Program, 14
in Get Set, Go!, 188, 189 in Undergraduate Research Fellowships, 54
in Girls First, 23 in What's in the Box?, 108
in Girls for Planet Earth, 27 in WISE Investments, 86
in Girls RISE, 84 in WISE Women at Stony Brook, 186, 187
in GO Team!, 101 in WISP, 58, 59
in Guide for Recruiting and Advancing Women in Academia, 212 in Women in Astronomy, 27
in Hands-On Engineering Projects for Middle School Girls, 81 in Women Who Walk Through Time, 119
in Hands-On Science in Rural Virginia Middle Schools, 161 Role Models Change Hispanic Girls' Job Aspirations, 130–131
in How to Be a Mentor, 44, 45 Roman, Lois, 43
in Improving the Climate in Physics Departments, 203, 204 Romer, Karen T., 58
in Integrating Math and Science with Lego Logo, 133 Romero, Melinda, 86
in Jump for the Sun, 171 Roosevelt School District, 86
in Jump Start, 115, 116 Rosa, Rafael, 101
in Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training, 167–168 Rosamond, Frances, 147
in Latinas En Ciencia, 127, 128 Roscher, Nina M., 50, 123
in Learning Communities, 154 Rose, Joan B., 115
in Making Computer Science Cool for Girls, 105 Rosenbaum, Robert A., 191
in Master It, 163 Rosynsky, Michelle O., 34
in Math Camp for Deaf High School Girls, 175 Rothman, Frank G., 58
in Math Enrichment for Native American Girls, 140 Rowan College of New Jersey, 201
in Math Mega Camp, 61 Rowan University, 201
in Oceanography Camp for Girls, 114, 115 Roychoudhury, Anita, 33
in Ole Miss Computer Camp, 104 Royer, James M., 67
in Opening the Horizon, 165 Rubin, Andee, 65
in PipeLINK, 110, 111 Rudolph, Frederick B., 185
in Profiles of Women in Science and Engineering, 41 rural areas
in Project EDGE, 44 Appalachian Girls' Voices in, 159, 160
in Project EFFECT, 36 Hands-On Engineering Projects for Middle School Girls in, 81
in Project GOLD, 174, 175 Hands-On Science in Rural Virginia Middle Schools in, 161
in Project Parity, 3 Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English in, 134, 135
in Putting a Human Face on Science, 41, 42 Internet Explorers in, 170
Jump for the Sun in, 170, 171 scholarships
Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training in, 167, 168 Collaborating Across Campuses, 214
Latinas En Ciencia in, 127 Counseling for Gender Equity, 194
Master It in, 163 FORWARD, 177
Mentoring Through Crossage Research Terms in, 50 Project EFFECT, 36
Ole Miss Computer Camp in, 104 Science for All, 168, 169
Opening the Horizon in, 164–165 Student-Peer Teaching in Birmingham, Alabama, 136
Out of the Lab in, 158, 159 WISE Women at Stony Brook, 186, 187
Partners in Engineering in, 82 school-based program
Pre-College Engineering Workshops in, 85 Counseling for Gender Equity, 194
Research in Computer Science in, 103 Single-Gender Math Clubs, 62
Science Connections in, 20, 162 Triad Alliance Science Clubs, 190
Science for All in, 168, 169 School of the Americas, 131, 132
Science of Living Spaces in, 166 School-to-Work Office, 195
Southern Illinois Support Network in, 37 School-to-Work Opportunities Act, 194
Summer Camp for Rural High School Girls in, 172 school-to-work program, Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs, 195
Teaching SMART in, 7 Schull, Diantha, 77
Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups in, 163 Schultz, Klaus, 66
Turnage Scholars Program in, 138 science, math, and relevant technology. See SMART
WISER Lab Research for First-Year Undergraduates in, 52–53 Science and Technology Task Force, 201
WISP in, 59 Science at Home, 172
Ruscher, Paul H., 117 Science-Based Service Learning, 13
Russell Mathematics and Science Center (RMSC), 136 science clubs
Rutgers University, 5, 34, 89, 90, 151, 152 in AWSEM, 55–56
in Equity Initiatives in Houston, 185
S in Get Set, Go!, 188, 189
Saab, Paulette, 97 in Girls First, 21, 23
Sadker, David, 44, 84, 192 in Girls in Science, 26
Sadker, Myra, 44, 84, 192 in Latinas En Ciencia, 127, 128
Sahuaro Girl Scout Council, 142, 143 in REALM, 117
Salk, Jonas, 158 in Science for All, 169
Salt River Project, 86 in Science Is for Us, 33
Sam Houston Elementary School, 182 in Summer Camp for Rural High School Girls, 172
Sanders, Jo, 183, 184, 197 in Sweetwater Girl Power, 146, 147
San Diego County Water Authority, 147 in Traveling Science Program, 14
San Diego Science Alliance, 146, 147 in Triad Alliance Science Clubs, 189–190
San Diego Science Educators Association, 147 in Turnage Scholars Program, 138
San Diego State University, 147 in WISE Women at Stony Brook, 186, 187
Sandy, Mary L., 194 Science Connections, 20–21, 162
Sanford, Beverly, 12 science exhibits, Experiment-Based Physics for Girls, 95
San Francisco Unified School District, 190 Science for All, 168–169
San Jose State University Foundation, 48 Science Horizons for Girl Scouts, 14
Santa Clara University, 179 Science in the City, 155
Santer, Jennifer, 84 Science in the Lab, 172
Santos, Maria, 190 Science Is for Us, 33
SAT prep course, Animal World, 67 Science Museum of Minnesota, 98, 145
Saturday Academy, 55–56 Science of Living Spaces, 166
Saturday programs science policy, 123
AWSEM, 55–56 science skills, College Studies for Women on Public Assistance, 173
Get Set, Go!, 189 SciMaTEC, 15
GREEN Project, 148 Scott, Patrick B., 130
Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls, 145 J. L. Scott Marine Education Center and Aquarium, 116
Turnage Scholars Program, 138 SCROUNGE, 107
Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls, 145 Seattle Pacific University, 184
Scantlebury, Kathryn, 199 Seattle University, 124, 184
Schadler, Linda S., 80 SECME Inc., 83–84, 84
Schlagter, Cynthia, 18 Selby, Cecily, 211
Schmidt, Janet A., 51 self-assessment
Schmidt, Linda C., 51 in Appalachian Girls' Voices, 160
in Changing How Introductory Physics is Taught, 99 SMART and, 5, 6
in GEMS, 151 Student-Peer Teaching in Birmingham, Alabama and, 136
self-authorship, 113 Summerscape and, 31
Self-Authorship and Pivotal Transitions toward Information Technology, 113 Supporting Women in Geoscience and, 53
self-confidence TARGETS and, 156
AnimalWatch and, 65, 66 Teaching Internships in Physics for Undergraduates and, 100
Appalachian Girls' Voices and, 160 Teaching SMART and, 8
Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science and, 149, 150 Techbridge and, 24, 25
Camp REACH and, 79, 80 Telementoring Teens and, 47
Changing Faculty Through Learning Communities and, 202 TNT Girls Go to Physics Camp and, 98
Changing How Introductory Physics is Taught and, 99 Triad Alliance Science Clubs and, 189, 190
Collaborating Across Campuses and, 214 Undergraduate Research Fellowships and, 54
Community-Based Mentoring and, 49, 50 What's in the Box? and, 108
Designing with Virtual Reality Technology and, 101, 102 WISE Beginnings and, 58
Early Influences on Gender Differences in Math Achievement and, 61 Womenwin and, 71
Education Coalition in Connecticut and, 191 self-efficacy
E-WOMS and, 75 RISE and, 51
Experiment-Based Physics for Girls and, 95 WISE Scholars Do Engineering Research and, 93
Exploring Engineering and, 78 Selling Girls on Physical Sciences, 96–97
Eyes to the Future and, 46 Selzer-Boddy, Inc., 163
FEMME Continuum and, 19 seminars
FORWARD and, 176, 177 Achieving Success in Academia, 213
GEMS and, 69, 151, 152 Action-WISE in Zanesville, Ohio, 160
Gender and Team Decision-Making and, 90 Building BRIDGES for Community College Students, 52
Genderwise and, 64 Community-Based Mentoring, 49, 50
GEOS and, 157 FORWARD, 176, 177
Girls and Technology and, 28 Futurebound, 152, 153
Girls First and, 22–23 Gender Equity Training in Teacher Education, 183
Girls RISE and, 84 Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training, 168
Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English and, 134, 135 Preparing At-Risk Undergraduates for Graduate School, 206, 207
Improving the Climate in Physics Departments and, 203, 204 Project EFFECT, 36
Jump for the Sun and, 171 Recruiting Women in the Quantitative Sciences, 76
Jump Start and, 116 Science for All, 169
Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training and, 168 Teaching Inclusive Science and Engineering, 89, 90
Latinas En Ciencia and, 127, 128 Washington State Gender Equity Project, 184
Master It and, 163 WISE Scholars Do Engineering Research, 93
Math Camp for Deaf High School Girls and, 175 Women's Studies and Science, 201
Mentoring Through Crossage Research Terms and, 50 Sequoia, 23
MentorNet and, 48 Seraphin, Surapan, 143
Minority Girls in the System and, 143 service learning
Mountaineering After-School and Summer Camps and, 15, 16 in Camp REACH, 80
New Courses to Draw Women into Science and Engineering and, 200 in Girls for Planet Earth, 27
Nosebag Science and, 12 in Out of the Lab, 158, 159
Ole Miss Computer Camp and, 104 in Project PRISM, 139
OPTIONS and, 49 in Science-Based Service Learning, 13
PipeLINK and, 111 in Traveling Science Program, 14
Preparing At-Risk Undergraduates for Graduate School and, 207 Severin, Laura R., 205
Project EFFECT and, 36 Seymour, Robert G., 160
Project GOLD and, 174, 175 Shagbark Council of the Girl Scouts, 37
Project Parity and, 3 Shaikh, Rashid A., 211
Recruiting Women into Computer Science and, 109 Shailor, Barbara A., 90
Re-Entering the Workforce and, 173 Shakeshaft, Charol S., 148
Role Models Change Hispanic Girls' Job Aspirations and, 131 Shampoos Etc!, 17–18
Science for All and, 169 Shaw, Kimberly, 125
Science Horizons for Girl Scouts and, 14 Shea, Sandra L., 37
Science of Living Spaces and, 166 Shelby County Schools, 49
Selling Girls on Physical Sciences and, 97 Sheldon Jackson Collegge, 159
Shampoos Etc! and, 18 Sher, Lawrence, 72
Single-Gender Math Clubs and, 62 Shortridge, Ray, 118
Shulman, Bonnie, 41 Southern Illinois University at Carbondale's College of Engineering, 37
Shultz, Harris S., 73 Southern Illinois University at Carbondale's School of Medicine, 37
Sigford, Ann, 20, 98, 162 Southern Illinois University at Carbondale's University Women's Professional Advancement, 37
sign-language interpreters, 175, 176, 177 Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, 124, 125
Sikes, Marilynn, 12 South Mountain Community College, 86
Simmons, Brenda, 84 Southwest Baptist University, 165
Single-Gender Math Clubs, 62 Southwestern Bell, 107
single-sex groups Southwest Institute for Research on Women (SIROW), 143, 209
for Hispanics, 130 Southwest Missouri State University (SMSU), 164, 165
math clubs, 62 space, ACES, 120
vs. mixed-sex groups, 32 spatial skills
on sensitive issues, 190 Animal World and, 67
Singley, Carol, 152 Early Influences on Gender Differences in Math Achievement and, 61
SIROW. See Southwest Institute for Research on Women Girls and Technology and, 28
SISEM. See Southern Illinois Science, Engineering and Math Girls First and, 21, 23
Sissies, Tomboys, and Gender Identity, 91–92 Realistic Modeling Activities in Small Technical Teams and, 88
Sisters in Science, 141–142, 148 Spelman College, 207
Sisters in Sport Science, 16–17 Spertus, Ellen, 25
site visits SPIE. See International Society for Optical Engineering
Guide for Recruiting and Advancing Women in Academia, 212 Splash, 124
Improving the Climate in Physics Departments, 204 sports-based learning
Why Do Some Physics Departments Have More Women Majors?, 205 in FEMME Continuum, 19
SIUC. See Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in Girls on Track, 68, 69
Skidmore, Linda, 212 in Sisters in Sport Science, 16–17
Slaughter, Gayle, 207 Sprung, Barbara, 11
Sloan Foundation, 41, 42, 49, 133 SSI Math Renaissance Project, 63
small group instructional diagnosis, 100 St. Joseph College, 191
SMART, 5–6, 189, 206 St. Lawrence University, 201
SMART GIRL, 69 St. Louis Science Center, 37
Smiley Middle School, 145 St. Lucie School District, 116
Smith, Andrea M. Zardetto, 14 St. Martin's College, 184
Smith, Bruce W., 109 St. Paul Public Schools, 175
Smith, Page, 51 staff training. See also professional development; teacher training
Smith University, 177 After-School Science PLUS, 11
SMSU. See Southwest Missouri State University Nosebag Science, 12
Smullen, Stephanie, 120 Project GOLD, 175
Snow, Lisa, 130 TNT Girls Go to Physics Camp, 98
Snyder, H. David, 177 Turnage Scholars Program, 138
social relevance, 28 standardized testing, 63
social science, GEMS, 69 Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood Center, 11
Society of Women Engineers (SWE), 78, 82, 107, 203 Staten Island Technical School (SSTI), 109
sociology, Earth Systems, 118, 119 State of Flodia Division of Emergency Management, 116
software State University of New York at Albany, 39
Adventures of Josie True, 40 State University of New York at Binghampton, 18, 81
AnimalWatch, 66 State University of New York at Buffalo, 40
Animal World, 67 State University of New York at Stony Brook, 42, 43, 54–55, 186–187
development of, 110 State University of New York at Stony Brook Center for Biotechnology, 55
gender-neutral, 28, 106 State University of New York at Stony Brook Collaborative Laboratories, 55
for girls, 40, 102–103 State University of New York at Stony Brook College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 43
Improving Diversity in the Software Development Community, 110 statistics, Recruiting Women in the Quantitative Sciences, 76
math-tutoring, 65–66, 67 Steele, Diane F., 75
Solar Energy Association of Oregon, 56 Steiner, Mary Ann, 145
Song, Xueshu, 85 Steinfeld, Edith, 43, 186, 187
Sorber, Patricia, 145 Stevens Institute of Technology, 213
Sorensen, Charlene, 177 Stewart, Abigail J., 69
South Bay Union School District, 7 Stoddart, Patricia L., 133
Southern Illinois Science, Engineering and Math (SISEM), 37 storytelling, Biographical Storytelling Empowers Latinas in Math, 131–132
Southern Illinois Support Network, 37 strategy skills, Early Influences on Gender Differences in Math Achievement, 61
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale (SIUC), 37 "Stream Team," 13
Streinu, Ileana, 177 Pre-College Engineering Workshops and, 85, 86
Student Computer Recycling to Offer Underrepresented Groups in Education, 107 Preparing At-Risk Undergraduates for Graduate School, 206
Student Computing Services, 36 Project EDGE, 44
Student-Peer Teaching in Birmingham, Alabama, 136 Project GOLD, 175
study groups Project PRISM, 139
Connections, 179 Research in Computer Science, 103
E-WOMS, 74–75 Retooling High School Teachers of Computer Science, 106
Learning Communities, 153, 154 Science Connections, 20, 162
Re-Entering the Workforce, 174 Science for All, 168, 169
WISE Beginnings, 58 Science of Living Spaces, 166
WISE Women at Stony Brook, 187 Selling Girls on Physical Sciences, 97
Sturm, Deborah, 109 Sisters in Science, 141
Subramaniam, Banu, 209 Southern Illinois Support Network, 37
suburban areas, 127 Splash, 124
Sullivan, Kathleen, 124 Student-Peer Teaching in Birmingham, Alabama, 136
Summer Camp for Rural High School Girls, 172 Summer Camp for Rural High School Girls, 172
SummerMath, 64, 175 Summer Research Projects in Computer Science, 108–109
summer program Summerscape, 30–32
ACES, 120 Sweetwater Girl Power and, 146, 147
Action-WISE in Zanesville, Ohio, 160, 161 Techbridge and, 24, 25
Agents for Change, 112 Tech Trek, 15
Apprenticeships in Science Policy, 123 TNT Girls Go to Physics Camp, 98
Athena Project, 180–181 Turnage Scholars Program, 138
Bioinformatics for High School, 122 Undergraduate Research Fellowships, 54
BUGS, 182 WISE Women at Stony Brook, 186
Calculate the Possibilities, 33 Women for Women, 43
Camp REACH, 79–80 Women's Images of Science and Engineering, 125
Computer Camp for Teachers, 105 Summer Research Projects in Computer Science, 108–109
Connections, 179, 180 Summerscape, 30–32
Counseling for Gender Equity, 193 Supporting Women in Geoscience, 53
Douglass Projects Pre-College Program, 34 support system
Engaged Learning, 124, 125 in Achieving Success in Academia, 213
Feed the Mind, Nourish the Spirit, 139 in Appalachian Girls' Voices, 160
FEMME Continuum, 19 in Athena Project, 180
GEMS, 151 in AWSEM, 56
GEMS and, 69 in College Studies for Women on Public Assistance, 173
Genderwise, 64 in Connections, 179, 180
Girls on Track and, 68 in Creeping Toward Inclusivity, 211
Girls RISE, 83 in Equity Initiatives in Houston, 185
GREEN Project, 147–148 in E-WOMS, 73, 74–75
Hands-On Engineering Projects for Middle School Girls, 81 in Futurebound, 152, 153
Hands-On Science in Rural Virginia Middle Schools, 161 in Girls for Planet Earth, 27
Improving Science in a Dayton Magnet School, 137 in Hands-On Science in Rural Virginia Middle Schools, 161
Internet Explorers, 170 in Hispanic Girls Learn Computer-Assisted Design—And English, 134, 135
Jump Start, 116 in Master It, 163
Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training, 167, 168 in Mentoring Teams of Teacher Trainers, 197
Making Computer Science Cool for Girls, 104, 105 in Nosebag Science, 12
Making Connections, 9 in Re-Entering the Workforce, 174
Master It, 163 in Role Models Change Hispanic Girls' Job Aspirations, 130
Math Camp for Deaf High School Girls and, 175 in Science Connections, 20, 162
Math Enrichment for Native American Girls, 140 in Telementoring Teens, 47
Math Mega Camp, 61 in Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups, 163
MAXIMA, 129 survey
Minority Girls in the System, 142–143 Changing Faculty Through Learning Communities, 202
Mountaineering After-School and Summer Camps, 16 Improving the Climate in Physics Departments, 204
OPTIONS, 48 New Courses to Draw Women into Science and Engineering, 200
Pathways through Calculus, 73 Self-Authorship and Pivotal Transitions toward Information Technology, 113
PipeLINK, 111 Sissies, Tomboys, and Gender Identity, 92
Plugged In!, 107 surveys mathematics and research technology: girls investigate real life. See SMART GIRL
SWE. See Society of Women Engineers Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training, 167, 168
Sweetwater Girl Power, 146–147 Learning Communities, 154
Sweetwater Union High School District, 147 Making Connections, 9
Swett, John, 23 MAXIMA, 128–130
Swift Water Council of the Girl Scouts, 14 Mentoring Teams of Teacher Trainers, 197
Symbol Technologies, Inc., 55 Mentoring Through Crossage Research Terms, 50
systemic reform Minority Girls in the System, 142–143
Breaking the Silences, 209 New Courses to Draw Women into Science and Engineering, 200
Creeping Toward Inclusivity, 211 Ole Miss Computer Camp, 104
Why Do Some Physics Departments Have More Women Majors?, 205 Opening the Horizon, 164–165
OPTIONS, 48–49
T Out of the Lab, 159
Talcott Mountain Science Center, 3 Plugged In!, 107
Tang, K. Wendy, 187 Pre-College Engineering Workshops, 85
Tan-Wilson, Anna, 17, 18 Project EDGE, 44
Targan, David M., 58 Project EFFECT, 36
TARGETS, 155–156, 157 Project Parity, 3
Tausner, Miriam, 109 Project PRISM, 138–139
Taylor, Kimberly W., 103 Recruiting Engineers in Kentucky, K-12, 87
teacher involvement, and SMART, 6 Recruiting Women into Computer Science, 109
teacher training Retooling High School Teachers of Computer Science, 106
Action-WISE in Zanesville, Ohio, 161 RISE, 51
Agents for Change, 113 Science Connections, 20, 162
AnimalWatch, 66 Science for All, 168, 169
Athena Project, 180, 181 Science Is for Us, 33
AWSEM, 56 Science of Living Spaces, 166
Biographical Storytelling Empowers Latinas in Math, 131, 132 Selling Girls on Physical Sciences, 97
Calculus Research, 71–72 Shampoos Etc!, 17
Changing Faculty Through Learning Communities, 202 Sisters in Science, 141–142
Changing How Introductory Physics is Taught, 99 SMART, 6
Coding Student Teachers' Classroom Interactions, 198–199 Southern Illinois Support Network, 37
Computer Camp for Teachers, 105 Student-Peer Teaching in Birmingham, Alabama, 136
Education Coalition in Connecticut, 191 Summer Camp for Rural High School Girls, 172
Engineering Lessons in Animated Cartoons, 85 Summerscape and, 30–32
Equity Initiatives in Houston, 184–185 Sweetwater Girl Power, 146, 147
Experiment-Based Physics for Girls, 95 Teaching Inclusive Science and Engineering, 89, 90
Exploring Engineering, 78 Teaching Internships in Physics for Undergraduates, 100
Eyes to the Future, 46 Teaching SMART, 7–8
Family Tools and Technology, 3, 4, 5 Techbridge and, 25
FORWARD, 177 Training Graduate Students to Develop Undergraduate Research Projects, 54–55
GEMS, 193 Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs, 194–195
Gender Equity Training in Teacher Education, 183 Triad Alliance Science Clubs, 189–190
Genderwise, 64 Turnage Scholars Program, 138
GEOS, 157 Washington State Gender Equity Project, 183–184
Get Set, Go!, 188–189 Weaving Gender Equity into Math Reform, 63
Girls and Technology, 28–29 What's in the Box?, 107–108
Girls First, 23 WISE Investments, 86
Girls in Science, 26 Women's Images of Science and Engineering, 125
Girls on Track and, 68, 69 Women's Studies and Science, 200–201
Girls RISE, 84 Teaching Inclusive Science and Engineering, 89–90
GREEN Project, 148 Teaching Integrated Mathematics and Science (TIMS) Project, 63
Hands-On Engineering Projects for Middle School Girls, 81 Teaching Internships in Physics for Undergraduates, 100
Hands-On Science in Rural Virginia Middle Schools, 161 Teaching SMART, 7–8
Improving Diversity in the Software Development Community, 110 Team Approach to Mentoring Junior Economists, 215
Improving Science in a Dayton Magnet School, 137 teamwork
InGEAR, 191–192 in ACES, 120
Integrating Math and Science with Lego Logo, 133 in Bringing Minority High School Girls to Science, 149, 150
Jump for the Sun, 170, 171 in Bring Your Mother to (Engineering) School, 94
Jump Start, 116 in Camp REACH, 79, 80
in FEMME Continuum, 19 Thigpen, George, 138
in FORWARD, 176 Thompson, Mary H., 56
in Gender and Team Decision-Making, 90 Thompson, Robert J., 76
in Girls and Technology, 29 Thornhill Elementary Schools and Claremont, 23
in Girls Dig it Online, 117 Thornton, Constance, 84
in Girls on Track, 68 Thorsen, Carolyn C., 31, 192
in Girls RISE, 84 3M, 97
in GREEN Project, 148 Three Village School District, 187
in Making Computer Science Cool for Girls, 104, 105 Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve, 147
in Mentoring Through Crossage Research Terms, 50 TIMS Project, 63
in Mountaineering After-School and Summer Camps, 16 TNT Girls Go to Physics Camp, 98
in Pre-College Engineering Workshops, 85–86 tomboys, 91–92
in Realistic Modeling Activities in Small Technical Teams, 88 tools, TNT Girls Go to Physics Camp, 98
in Recruiting Engineers in Kentucky, K-12, 87 Tooney, Nancy M., 50, 174
in RISE, 51 toy factory, 96
in Single-Gender Math Clubs, 62 Tracy, Dyanne M., 26
in Splash, 124 trainer training. See professional development; teacher training
in Summer Research Projects in Computer Science, 109 Training Graduate Students to Develop Undergraduate Research Projects, 54–55
in Teaching Internships in Physics for Undergraduates, 100 Training Model for Extracurricular Science, 149
in Team Approach to Mentoring Junior Economists, 215 Training Trainers in Rural Youth Groups, 163
in TNT Girls Go to Physics Camp, 98 Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs, 194–195
in WISE Women at Stony Brook, 186, 187 transactional writing
in Women in Astronomy, 27 Biographical Storytelling Empowers Latinas in Math, 131–132
Teasdale, Jean A., 86 Womenwin, 70–71
Tebbens, Sarah F., 115 transition points, Self-Authorship and Pivotal Transitions toward Information Technology, 113
Techbridge, 23–25 Traveling Science Program, 14
Tech Corps, 196 Treisman, Uri, 71, 153
Techgirl, 39 Trevisian, Michael S., 16
Technical Education Research Centers. See TERC, Inc. Triad Alliance Science Clubs, 189–190
technical interpreting, 176 TRW and TRW Foundation, 203
technical skills, What's in the Box?, 108 Tubbs, Laura E., 44
technology. See also computer skills; information technology Tufts University, 79
Girls and Technology, 28–29 Tunstall, Margaret E., 149
Techbridge, 23–25 Turnage Scholars Program, 138
What's in the Box?, 107–108 Turrell Fund, 34
WomenTech at Community Colleges, 196 Turtle Mountain Community College, 140
Technology Museum of Innovation, 61 Tuskorara Intermediate Unit, 177
Tech Star seminars, 36 Tutorials for Change, 206
Tech Trek, 15 21st Century Mathematics Center for Urban Schools, 142
TEKS. See Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills Tyler-Wood, Tandra L., 182
telementoring. See electronic mentoring
Telementoring Teens, 47 U
television UA. See University of Arizona
Imagination Place, 77 UCSMP Everyday Learning Center, 63
Tech Trek, 15 UM-GIRL, 69
Temple College of Technology and Engineering, 17 Una Mano al Futuro, 133
Temple University, 17, 108, 141, 142 Undergraduate Research Fellowships, 54
TERC, Inc., 45, 46, 62, 63, 65, 193 underprivileged girls
Testing Campus-Based Models of GRE Prep Courses, 207 Action-WISE in Zanesville, Ohio for, 160, 161
Texaco and Texaco Foundation, 203 After-School ASSETS Project for, 145
Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science, 182 Appalachian Girls' Voices for, 159
Texas A&M University, 200, 202 BUGS for, 182
Texas A&M University College of Science, 202 College Studies for Women on Public Assistance for, 173
Texas Center for Educational Technology, 182 Enhancing "Expanding Your Horizons" for, 144
Texas Engineering Experiment Station, 200 Exploring Engineering for, 78
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), 185 GEMS for, 151, 152
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, 185 Girls Dig it Online for, 117, 118
Texas Southern University, 207 GO Team! for, 101
Texas Woman's University, 207 GREEN Project for, 147–148
Hands-On Science in Rural Virginia Middle Schools for, 161 University of North Texas (UNT), 182
Imagination Place for, 77 University of Oregon, 40
Laboratory Science Camp for Dissemination Training for, 167, 168 University of Pennsylvania, 111, 113
Mentoring Through Crossage Research Terms for, 50 University of Puget Sound, 184
Minority Girls in the System for, 142–143 University of Rhode Island, 201
Ole Miss Computer Camp for, 104 University of Rochester, 100
Out of the Lab for, 158, 159 University of Southern Mississippi, 116
Partners in Engineering for, 82 University of South Florida, 115
Science Connections for, 20, 162 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 120
Science in the City for, 155 University of Texas at Austin, 89, 153
Science Is for Us for, 33 University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), 130, 131
Southern Illinois Support Network for, 37 University of Toledo, 15
Sweetwater Girl Power for, 146 University of Utah, 119
Uniondale Union Free School District, 148 University of Washington, 13, 44, 45, 172, 184
Union-Endicott School District, 18 University of Washington, Center for Workforce Development, 45
United Connecticut for Women in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering, 191 University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point, 105, 153, 154
United Neighborhood House of New York, 11 University System of Georgia, 31
United States Geological Survey, 115 upper-level questions, 198
The Universe Is in My Face, 10 urban areas
University Hills Elementary School, 130 Appalachian Girls' Voices in, 159, 160
University of Alabama Psychology Department, 136 Education Coalition in, 191
University of Arizona (UA), 142, 143, 152, 153, 200, 201, 208, 209 Eyes to the Future in, 46
University of Arkansas, 53 GEMS in, 69, 151, 152
University of California at Berkeley, 153 Girls RISE in, 83, 84
University of California at Long Beach, 201 GO Team! in, 101
University of California at Los Angeles, 42 Latinas En Ciencia in, 127
University of California at Riverside, 180, 181 Making Connections in, 9
University of California at San Diego, 147 Project Parity in, 3
University of California at San Francisco, 189, 190 Science in the City in, 155
University of California at Santa Barbara, 63 Sisters in Science in, 141–142
University of California at Santa Cruz, 133 Sisters in Sport Science in, 16
University of Delaware, 104, 105, 199 Student-Peer Teaching in, 136
University of Denver, 145 Techbridge in, 24
University of Florida, 52, 114 U.S. Navy, 147
University of Georgia, 191, 192 using mathematics: girls investigate real life. See UM-GIRL
University of Georgia Research Foundation Inc., 61 Usselman, Marion, 31
University of Houston, 207 UTC Challenger Center, 120
University of Idaho, 85, 86 UTSA. See University of Texas at San Antonio
University of Illinois at Chicago, 201 UV beads, 165
University of Illinois at Chicago's Institute for Mathematics and Science Education, 63
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 214 V
University of Iowa, 14 Valencia Community College, 51–52
University of Kentucky, 87 Valian, Virginia, 206
University of Louisiana at Monroe, 103 Valley View Elementary School, 130
University of Louisville, 87 Vasquez, Juan, 196
University of Maryland, 51 Vergun, Judith, 41
University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 65, 66, 67 Verizon Foundation, 34
University of Memphis, 99 Vernon, Mitzi R., 10
University of Michigan, 45, 69 Vickroy, Marcia, 22
University of Minnesota, 174 video
University of Minnesota at Duluth, 98 Counseling for Gender Equity, 193
University of Minnesota at Twin Cities, 175 Girls and Technology, 28
University of Minnesota General College, 175 Girls in Science, 26
University of Minnesota's Computer Accommodations Program, 175 GREEN Project, 148
University of Mississippi, 104 MAXIMA, 129
University of Missouri at Columbia, 89, 95, 96, 97 Self-Authorship and Pivotal Transitions toward Information Technology, 113
University of Missouri at Columbia Department of Industrial Engineering, 97 Techbridge, 24
University of Missouri at Columbia Women in Engineering Programs, 89 Tech Trek, 15
University of Nevada at Las Vegas, 119 Training Trainers to Encourage Nontraditional Jobs, 194, 195
Turnage Scholars Program, 138 Weaving Gender Equity into Math Reform, 63
Women in Astronomy, 26–27 Weber, Lynn, 99
Women Who Walk Through Time, 119 website
Video Case Studies Project, 63 BUGS, 182
videoconferencing Counseling for Gender Equity, 194
BUGS, 182 Designing with Virtual Reality Technology, 102
FORWARD, 177 Engineering Lessons in Animated Cartoons, 85
Washington State Gender Equity Project, 183 Eyes to the Future, 45–46
videoconferencing relay service, 176 GEMS, 69
video games, 104 Girls Dig it Online, 117–118
Vietnamese girls, 151 GO Team!, 101
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 10, 113, 161, 193, 194 Imagination Place, 77
Virginia Space Grant Consortium, 161, 194 Improving Diversity in the Software Development Community, 110
Virginia Tech Center for Organizational and Technology Achievement, 194 Internet Explorers, 170
Virginia Tech Continuing Education Department, 194 Math Mega Camp, 61
virtual reality technology, 101–102 Plugged In!, 106–107
VisionLand, 136 Putting a Human Face on Science, 41–42
visualization skills, Developing Visualization Skills, 91 Techgirl, 39
visually impaired girls, 22 Telementoring Teens, 47
Vouk, Mladen A., 69 TNT Girls Go to Physics Camp, 98
VR Visions, 102 Weaving Gender Equity into Math Reform, 63
What Works in Programs for Girls, 179
W Why Girls Go to Whyville.net, 103
Wadia-Fascetti, Sara, 180 Whyville.net, 102–103
Wagner, Michael G., 39 WISE Beginnings, 57
Wake County Public Schools, 69 Women's Images of Science and Engineering, 125
Wake Forest University, 188, 189 WomenTech at Community Colleges, 195–196
Wakhungu, Judi Wangalwa, 108 Women Who Walk Through Time, 119
Walker, Ellen L., 111 WEEA Equity Resource Center, 193
Walker, Sharon H., 116 Weisgerber, R. A., 175
Wallace, Joy M., 14 welfare, College Studies for Women on Public Assistance, 173
Walnut Grove Junior/Senior High School, 165 Wellesley College, 28, 207
Walters, Howard D., 116 Welty, Claire, 80
WAMC Northeast Public Radio, 39 WEPAN. See Women in Engineering Programs & Advocates Network
Warren, Betty J., 173 Wesleyan College, 207
Washington Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, 184 Wesleyan University Women in Science, 191
Washington (CHAIN) and University City Middle School Clusters in the School District of WestEd, 193
Philadelphia, 113 Western Kentucky University (WKU), 87
Washington County, 161 Western Kentucky University Department of Engineering, 87
Washington Education Association, 184 Western Kentucky University Women's Studies, 87
Washington Elementary School District, 78 Western Triad Science and Mathematics Alliance (WTSAMA), 163, 188
Washington Middle School District, 113 Western Washington University, 184
Washington Research Institute, 110, 184, 197 Westover School, 191
Washington Science Teachers Association, 184 Wetterhahn, Karen E., 59
Washington State Council of Mathematics, 184 WGTE TV-FM, 15
Washington State Gender Equity Project, 183–184 What's in the Box?, 107–108
Washington State University (WSU), 15, 16, 36, 138, 139, 184 What Works in After-School Science, 181
Washington State University's Center for Teaching and Learning, 36 What Works in Programs for Girls, 179
Washington State University Spokane's City Lab, 16 Wheeling Jesuit University, 108
water "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?" (game), 106
Engaged Learning, 124–125 Whitbeck, Chris, 46
GREEN Project, 147 Whiting, Donna, 31
Splash, 124 Whitney, Gail N., 56
Watkins, Laura, 180 Whitten, Barbara L., 205
Watson, Karan L., 200, 202 Whizbangers and Wonderments: Science Activities for Young People, 165
Watson School of Engineering, 81 Why Do Some Physics Departments Have More Women Majors?, 204–205
Wayang Outpost, 67 Why Girls Go to Whyville.net, 102–103
Wayne State University, 69 Why So Slow? (Valian), 206
Weaver, Gerald F., 113 Whyville.net, 102–103
Widnall, Sheila, 41 WomenTech Career Expo, 195
Wiegand, Deborah, 13 WomenTechWorld.org, 196
Wigal, Cecelia, 120 Women Who Walk Through Time, 119
Wilcox, Kimberly J., 175 Womenwin, 70–71
Wildlife Conservation Society, 27, 121 Wong, Peter Y., 79
wildlife science Woodbury, Peter, 196
Careers in Wildlife Science, 121 Woolf, Beverly P., 66, 67
Girls for Planet Earth, 27 Worchester Polytechnic Institute, 80
Wildlife Science Careers (WSC) program, 121 work experience, College Studies for Women on Public Assistance, 173
Wilds, 161 workshops
Wilhite, Kathleen, 145 Appalachian Girls' Voices, 159, 160
Wilkins, Dawn E., 104 Biographical Storytelling Empowers Latinas in Math, 132
Wilkinson, Patricia, 72 BUGS, 182
William Marsh Rice University, 185 Camp REACH, 79
William Randolph Hearst Foundation, 34 Changing How Introductory Physics is Taught, 99
Willis Junior High School, 125 Collaborating Across Campuses, 214
Wilson, Kristin, 85 Computer Camp for Teachers, 105
Wilson, Patricia, 125 Designing with Virtual Reality Technology, 101
Wilson, Paula N., 119 Developing Visualization Skills, 91
Wilson, Stacy S., 87 Douglass Projects Pre-College Program, 34
WiMSE. See Women in Math, Science, And Engineering Engineering GOES to Middle School, 80
Winfrey, Oprah, 169 Enhancing "Expanding Your Horizons," 144
Wing, Barbara D., 165 Exploring Engineering, 78
Winters, Kathy, 120 FEMME Continuum, 19
WISE Beginnings, 57–58 FORWARD, 176, 177
Wise County, 161 Girls in Science, 26
WISE Institute, 108 Girls on Track, 68
WISE Investments, 86 GO Team!, 101
WISE programs, 14, 39, 43, 44–45, 87, 107, 152, 153, 187 GREEN Project, 148
WISER Lab Research for First-Year Undergraduates, 52–53 Integrating Math and Science with Lego Logo, 133
WISE Scholars Do Engineering Research, 92–93 Minority Girls in the System, 142
WISE summer camps, 37 Ole Miss Computer Camp, 104
WISE Women at Stony Brook, 186–187 Opening the Horizon, 164–165
WISP, 14, 52, 54, 58–59 PipeLINK, 111
WITI. See Women in Technology International Pre-College Engineering Workshops, 85–86
WKU. See Western Kentucky University Project EFFECT, 36
Women and Girls Support Network, 37 Project GOLD, 174, 175
Women for Women, 43 Recruiting Women into Computer Science, 109
Women in Astronomy, 26–27 Re-Entering the Workforce, 174
Women in Engineering, 80 RISE, 51
Women in Engineering Programs & Advocates Network (WEPAN), 45, 203, 213 Saturday Workshops for Middle School Girls, 145
Women in Math, Science, And Engineering (WiMSE), 36 Science Connections, 20, 21, 162
Women in Science and Engineering Project, 205 Self-Authorship and Pivotal Transitions toward Information Technology, 113
Women in Science Project. See WISP Southern Illinois Support Network, 37
Women in Technology International (WITI), 56 Summer Research Projects in Computer Science, 108
Women Life Scientists: Past, Present, and Future—Connecting Role Models in the Classroom Summerscape, 30, 31
Curriculum, 122, 165 Sweetwater Girl Power, 146, 147
Women of Color Consortium at University of Arizona, 153 Teaching Inclusive Science and Engineering, 89
Women's Images of Science and Engineering, 125 Team Approach to Mentoring Junior Economists, 215
women's studies Washington State Gender Equity Project, 184
Changing Faculty Through Learning Communities, 202 Weaving Gender Equity into Math Reform, 63
Earth Systems, 118–119 What's in the Box?, 107–108
Get Set, Go!, 189 What Works in Programs for Girls, 179
Learning Communities, 154 WISE Investments, 86
New Courses to Draw Women into Science and Engineering, 200 WISE Scholars Do Engineering Research, 93
Teaching Inclusive Science and Engineering, 89, 90 Women's Images of Science and Engineering, 125
Women's Studies and Science, 200–201 Wright, Mary H., 37
Women's Studies and Science, 200–201 Wright State University (WSU), 137
WomenTech at Community Colleges, 195–196 writing
Biographical Storytelling Empowers Latinas in Math, 131–132
Recruiting Women in the Quantitative Sciences, 75–76
Womenwin, 70–71
WSC program, 121
WSU. See Washington State University; Wright State University
WTSAMA. See Western Triad Science and Mathematics Alliance
Wyer, Mary, 205, 209
Wyeth, 34
Wynn, Karen, 53
Wythe County, 161

X
Xavier University, 7

Y
Yaffee, Lisa, 62
Yalow, Rosalyn, 41, 178
Yanik, Elizabeth G., 163
Yanyo, Lynn, 10
Young, John W., 90
Young, Sara, 169
Youth & Family Services, Rapid City, S.D., 7
Yu, Xiaokang, 108
"Yuk" factor, 8

Z
Zales, Charlotte R., 122
Zander, Amy K., 82
Zanesville City School District, 160, 161
Zawojewski, Judith, 88
Zia Middle School, 130
Zizelman, Nockie, 196
Zozakeiwiz, Cathy, 130
Zsoldos, Hepsi D., 115
Zymogenetics, 172