Women in STEM
Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
Series of oral histories of four notable women: Belva Davis, journalist; Bernice Hemphill, bio-analyist; Marian Cleeves Diamond, scientist; Mary Lanigar, accountant; and Sandra Day O'Connor, supreme court justice. Published by Women's Forum West Legacy Foundation (San Francisco, Calif, 2004).
Alice Dickinson was Professor of Mathematics at Smith College from 1960-1986 and Dean of the College from 1973-1976. Her papers contain her work while Professor of Mathematics and Dean of the College at Smith College and include personal papers, class lists, teaching materials, examinations, committee work, correspondence, math department files, and Dean's Office material.
The collection documents the professional and personal life of Dian Fossey, a scientist studying gorillas in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (then Zaire).
This collection documents the research insterests, professional career and personal life of Caroline Heminway Kierstead, a professor of geology at Smith College. Materials include correspondence, publications, diaries, and photographs.
This collection includes department files, materials describing the hostory of the department, newspaper and magazine articles, pamphlets, and black and white photographs, as well as materials pertaining to personnell searches.
The Mathematics Department at Smith College was established in 1894. This collection contains material describing the department's courses and Mathematics Club and includes black and white photographs, meeting minutes, mid-year and final exam questions, course syllabi, and department budgets and announcements..
Professor of Botany. Collection contains biographical material, correspondence with Kate Mott Greene Stephenson, photographs, and printed material about Village Hill Nursery.
Crystallographer, Biochemist, Mathematician, Physicist. Papers contain original manuscripts; models; printed material; publications and writings; notebooks and scrapbooks; as well as extensive correspondence which illuminate her research and views on crystal structure, cyclols, peptides, mineral twins, x-ray methods, insulin, and polyhedra.
Elizabeth Dorothy Robinton (1910-2007) was a professor of microbiology at Smith College. Her papers consist of both personal and professional materials including travel and scientific diaries, correspondence, photographs, research materials and publications.
Marine geophysicist. Papers contain a transcript of an oral history interview, professional correspondence, biographical material, photographs, and awards and citations.
Contains research note books, correspondence, academic publications, a master’s thesis, and class notes by Elizabeth Warren Olmstead, class of 1931 and instructor in geology.
Ellen Richards was a chemist and professor. She taught analysis of water, sewage, and air, and devised the first water purity tests. Involved in home economics movement, Richards introduced ideas of nutritious lunches in schools and systematic domestic science instruction. Materials include photographs, correspondence, notes and writings.
Associate Professor of Chemistry. Contains biographical material, correspondence, photographs, and newspaper clippings.
Elsa Siipola graduated from Smith College in 1929 and continued her education at Smith to receive her M.A. She returned in 1931 as a Professor of Psychology, where she taught until her retirement in 1974. Siipola’s research centered around the study of personality. Her papers contain correspondence, publications, photographs, Curriculum Vitae, and news clippings.
Instructor of Zoology. Collection contains correspondence, sketches and diagrams for Anatomy of a Rat, a lab book created by Greene.
The collection contains the personal papers of Evelyn Boyd Granville, mathematician, computer scientist, and educator.
Contains photograph albums, a memorabilia book, photographs, newspaper clippings, questionnaires, published articles, and correspondence related to the student and professional life of Florence Louise Barrows, Class of 1911.
Professor of Botany. Contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, and photographs relating to the life and work of Frances Grace Smith.
Professor of Chemistry. Collection contains publications, news clippings, manuscripts, faculty report on student occupation of College Hall, research and photographs from the professional and personal life of George Morrison Fleck.
The Gloria W. Heath papers contain biographical information, correspondence, professional files, and publications of Gloria W. Heath, Class of 1943.
Helen Ashurst Choate was a professor of botany at Smith College. Her papers contain biographical information, correspondence, clippings, notes, publications and other materials.
Helen Ruth Stobbe was an associate professor emeritus of geology and geography until her retirement in 1967. The Helen Stobbe papers contain Professor Stobbe's professional and personal papers amassed during her time as a student and as a professor at Smith College, including coursework, letters, research, photographs, and lecture materials.