TABLE A-1: Some Sponsors of Postsecondary Science and Engineering Interventions

SOURCE

HOW TO CONTACT

Akron, University of

Dr. Glenn Atwood Dean, College of Engineering Akron, OH 44325 216-375-7593

American Association of Blacks in Energy

Dr. Leandra Abbott 801 Pennsylvania Ave., SE, Suite 250, Washington, DC 20003 202-547-9378

American Association of Cereal Chemists

Mr. Raymond J. Tarleton, Executive Vice President 3340 Pilot Knob Road, St. Paul, MN 55121 612-454-7250

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Foundation

J. H. Howard, Chairman, AAPG Grants-in-Aid Committee c/o AAPG Headquarters, PO Box 979, Tulsa, OK 74101-0979 918-584-2555

American Association of University Women

Ms. Avis Davis, Program Officer, Educational Foundation 1111 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036 202-728-7614

American Chemical Society (ACS)

Dr. Leroy B. Townsend, Chair, ACS Medicinal Chemistry Division, Fellowship Selection Committee Department of Medicinal Chemistry, College of Pharmacy University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1065 313-764-7547

Dr. Mary E. Thompson, Chair, Women Chemists Committee 1155 Sixteenth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036 202-872-4600

American Consulting Engineering Council (ACEC)

ACEC Research and Management Corporation 1–15 15th Street, NW, Suite 802, Washington, DC 20005 202-347-7474

American Economics Association, Committee on the Status of Women

Dr. Elizabeth Hoffman, Chair, CSWEP Department of Economics, University of Arizona, Tucsson, AZ 85721 602-621-6224



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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? TABLE A-1: Some Sponsors of Postsecondary Science and Engineering Interventions SOURCE HOW TO CONTACT Akron, University of Dr. Glenn Atwood Dean, College of Engineering Akron, OH 44325 216-375-7593 American Association of Blacks in Energy Dr. Leandra Abbott 801 Pennsylvania Ave., SE, Suite 250, Washington, DC 20003 202-547-9378 American Association of Cereal Chemists Mr. Raymond J. Tarleton, Executive Vice President 3340 Pilot Knob Road, St. Paul, MN 55121 612-454-7250 American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Foundation J. H. Howard, Chairman, AAPG Grants-in-Aid Committee c/o AAPG Headquarters, PO Box 979, Tulsa, OK 74101-0979 918-584-2555 American Association of University Women Ms. Avis Davis, Program Officer, Educational Foundation 1111 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036 202-728-7614 American Chemical Society (ACS) Dr. Leroy B. Townsend, Chair, ACS Medicinal Chemistry Division, Fellowship Selection Committee Department of Medicinal Chemistry, College of Pharmacy University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1065 313-764-7547 Dr. Mary E. Thompson, Chair, Women Chemists Committee 1155 Sixteenth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036 202-872-4600 American Consulting Engineering Council (ACEC) ACEC Research and Management Corporation 1–15 15th Street, NW, Suite 802, Washington, DC 20005 202-347-7474 American Economics Association, Committee on the Status of Women Dr. Elizabeth Hoffman, Chair, CSWEP Department of Economics, University of Arizona, Tucsson, AZ 85721 602-621-6224

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? SOURCE HOW TO CONTACT American Geological Institute Ms. Marilyn Suiter, Director of Special Programs 4220 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22302-1507 703-379-2480 American Geophysical Union Director, Membership Programs Division 2000 Florida Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20009 202-462-6903 American Indian Science & Engineering Society Mr. Norbert Hill, Executive Director Engineering Society 1085 14th Street, Suite 1056, Boulder, CO 80302 303-492-8658 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Director, AIAA Student Programs 370 L'Enfant Promenade, SW, Washington, DC 20024 202-646-7400 American Institute of Physics Dr. Beverly F. Porter 335 East 45th Street, New York, NY 10017 212-661-9404, ext. 615 American Physical Society Dr. Bunny Clark Committee on the Status of Women in Physics 335 East 45th Street, New York, NY 10017-3483 212-682-7341 American Psychological Association Dr. Gwendolyn P. Keita, Director, Women's Programs Office 1200 17th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036 202-955-7767 American Society for Microbiology Christina M. Johnson, Office of Public and Scientific Affairs 1325 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20005 202-737-3600 American Institute of Chemical Engineers American Institute of Chemical Engineers 345 E. 47th Street, New York, NY 10017 212-705-7338 American Society for Engineering Education Dr. Tobi A. Rothman, Director, Women in Engineering Division, School of Engineering & Computer Sciences, California State University, Northridge, CA 91330 819-885-2146 American Society of Naval Engineers Scholarship Coordinator 1452 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314-3403 703-836-6727

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? SOURCE HOW TO CONTACT American Sociological Association Director, Minority Fellowships Program 1722 N Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036 202-955-3410 American Statistical Association (ASA) Dr. Carolee Bush, ASA/NSF/NIST Research Program 1429 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314-3402 703-684-1221 American Water Works Association Ms. Kimberly Knox, Manager of Education Programs 6666 West Quincy, Denver, CO 80235 303-794-7711 Argonne National Laboratory Dr. Robert W. Springer, Director, Division of Educational Programs Dr. John F. Mateja, Program Leader, Division of Educational Programs Dr. Maryka Bhattacharyya, W.I.S. Program Initiator, Bldg. 202 Dr. Norman D. Peterson, Assistant to the Director 9700 South Cass Avenue, DEP 223, Argonne, IL 60439-4835 708-972-3366 or-3923 or-7229 Arizona State University Dr. Gary D. Keller, Executive Director, Project 1000 Graduate College, Tempe, AZ 85287-1003 602-965-3958 Association for Women in Science Ms. Catherine J. Didion, Executive Director 1522 K Street, NW, Suite 820, Washington, DC 20005 202-408-0742 AT&T Bell Laboratories Crawford's Corner Road, Holmdel, NJ 07733-1988 • Special Programs Administrator, Room 1E-209 201-949-3728 • Engineering Scholarship Program Administrator, Room 1E-213 210-949-4301 • Dual Degree Scholarship Program Administrator 201-949-5592 • University Relations Summer Program Administrator, Room 1E-231 201-949-5592 • Graduate Research Program for Women 201-949-2943 • Cooperative Research Fellowships 201-949-2943 • Ph.D. Scholarship Program Dr. C. K. N. Patel, Chair, Technical Relations Committee AT&T Bell Laboratories, 600 Mountain Avenue, Room 1A-222, Murray Hill, NJ 07974 201-582-3425 AT&T Network Systems Dr. Sheila Pfafflin, District Manager, Human Resources 1 Speedwell Avenue, West, Morristown, NJ 07962 201-898-3452

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? SOURCE HOW TO CONTACT Augusta College Dr. Gary Stroebel, Professor of Chemistry Augusta, GA 30910 404-737-1422 Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation Mr. Gerald J. Smith, Executive Director, Barry M. Goldwater Foundation 499 S. Capitol St., SW, Ste. 405, Washington, DC 20003-4013 202-755-2312 Bristol-Myers Squibb Mr. Lionel M. Stevens 345 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10154-0037 212-546-4000 Bureau of the Census w/Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), NIST, & NSF Ms. Carolee Bush, Research Programs, American Statistical Association 1429 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314-3402 703-684-1221 Business & Professional Women's Foundation Ms. Linda Colvard Dorian, Executive Director 2012 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20036 202-293-1200 California State Univ (CSU) Dr. Costello Brown, Predoctoral Program Director, Office of the Chancellor 400 Golden Shore, Suite 312, Long Beach, CA 90802-4275 213-590-5974   Dr. Raymond Landis, Dean, School of Engineering and Technology Dr. Margaret Jefferson, Director, Minorities in Science Program 5151 State University Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90032-8500 213-343-4508 CSU-Fresno Dr. Francisco Pineda, Director Graduate Studies and Research, Fresno, CA 93740-0051 213-590-5974 California, Univ. of Dr. Ellen Switkes, Office of the President 300 Lakeside Drive, 18th Floor, Oakland, CA 94612 518-987-9479 UC-Berkeley Office of Women and Graduate Minority Student Programs c/o Carla Trujillo University of California 312 McLaughlin, Berkeley, CA 94720 510-643-6443

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? SOURCE HOW TO CONTACT Carnegie Mellon Univ. Dr. Barbara Lazarus, Associate Provost for Academic Projects EDSH 209, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 412-268-6995 CMU Dept. of Engineering & Public Policy Dr. M. Granger Morgan, Head of the Department Dr. Cliff Davidson, Professor of Civil Engineering Pittsburgh, PA 15213 412-268-2670 Carter Hawley Hale Stores, Inc. Ms. Jeannette McElwee, Director of Community Affairs 444 S. Flower, Los Angeles, CA 90071 213-239-6905 City University of New York, Queens College Dr. Burton Tropp, Professor of Chemistry Flushing, NY 11367 718-520-7231 Clare Booth Luce Fund The Henry Luce Foundation, 111 West 50th Street, New York, NY 10020 212-489-7700 The Coca-Cola Company Mr. Donald R. Greene, President, The Coca-Cola Foundation PO Drawer 17345, Atlanta, GA 30301 404-676-2680 College of Staten Island, Sunnyside Dr. Elas Nunez-Wormack, Associate Dean of Faculty 715 Ocean Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301 718-390-7733 The Cooper Union Dean of Admissions 41 Cooper Square, New York, NY 10003 212-553-4120 Cornell University Dr. Michele Fish, Director, Women's Program in Engineering 167 Olin Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853-5201 607-255-3658 Dartmouth College Dr. Carol B. Muller, Assistant Dean of Engineering 8000 Cummings Hall, Hanover, NH 03755-8000 603-646-3058 Dayton Power & Light Co. Dr. H. T. Santo, Vice President PO Box 8815, Dayton, OH 45401 513-259-7212

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? SOURCE HOW TO CONTACT Digital Equipment Corp. Ms. Jane Hamel, Corporate Contributions Program Manager 111 Powdermill Road, Maynard, MA 01754 508-493-9210 Douglass College Dr. Ellen F. Mappen, Director, Douglass Project for Women in Math, Science, and Engineering P. O. Box 270, New Brunswick, NJ 08903-0270 908-932-9191 East Tennessee State Univ. Dr. Fred Sauceman, Director, PREP PO Box 24010A, Johnson City, TN 37614 615-929-4317 E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Company Mr. Stacey J. Mobley, Vice President for External Affairs 1007 Market Street, Wilmington, DE 19898 302-774-8051 Elizabeth City State University Dr. Sohindar Sachdeve, Director, Departmental Honors Program Campus Box 951, Elizabeth City, NC 27909 919-335-3487 Emerson Electric Company Ms. Jo A. Harmon, Vice President, Corporate Administration 8000 W. Florissant Ave., St. Louis, MO 63136 314-553-2000 Fluor Corporation Mr. J. Robert Fluor II, Vice President, Corporate Relations 3333 Michelson, Irving, CA 92730 714-975-7171 General Motors Corporation Ms. Jenny R. Machak, Director, Placement & College Relations 3044 West Grand Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48202 315-556-3565 Georgia-Pacific Corporation Dr. W. I. Tamblyn, President PO Box 105605, Atlanta, GA 30348 404-521-4463 Graduate Women in Science Sigma Delta Epsilon 111 E. Wacker Drive, Suite 200, Chicago, Il 60601-4298 312-616-0800 Hewlett-Packard Company Director, SEED Program PO Box 10301, Mail Stop 20-AC, Palo Alto, CA 94303-0890 415-857-2092

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? SOURCE HOW TO CONTACT Holiday Corporation Ms. Laurisa Sellers, Director of Honywell Foundation MN 12-5259, Honywell Plaza, Minneapolis, MN 55408 612-870-2368 Illinois State University Dr. Glen Collier, Associate Professor of Biology North and South Streets, Normal, IL 61761 309-438-7280 Institute for Industrial Engineers Ms. Amanda F. Guthridge, Manager, Member Services PO Box 6150, Norcross, GA 30091-6150 404-449-0460 International Business Machines Corporation Dr. Sadagopan V. Varadachari, Director of Fellowships PO Box 218, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 914-945-3000 Iota Sigma Pi Dr. Linda Munchausen, Department of Chemistry and Physics Box 372, SE Louisiana University, Hammond, LA 70402 504-549-2160 ITT Corporation Mr. Juan C Capello, Senior Vice President & Director of Corporate Relations, 1330 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10019 212-259-1000 Kerr-Mcgee Corporation Ms. Paula Davis PO Box 25861, Oklahoma City, OK 73125 405-270-1313 Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Dr. Martha Krebs, Associate Director, Life Sciences Division 462A Donner Laboratory, 1 Cyclotron Road, Berkeley, CA 94720 510-486-4360 Litton Industries, Inc. Ms. Nancy L. Thacker, Director of Personnel 360 N. Crescent Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210 310-859-5014 Martin Marietta Corporation Dr. Michael A. Hopp, Director of Management and Organization Development 6801 Rockledge Dr., Bethesda, MD 20817 301-897-6211 Michigan State Univ. EOP Fellowship Program, The Graduate School 246 Administration Building, East Lansing, MI 48824 517-355-0300

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? SOURCE HOW TO CONTACT Mills College Professor Lenore Blum International Computer Science Institute (ICSI) 1947 Center Street, Suite 600, Berkeley, CA 94748-1105 510-643-9153 Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. (3M) Mr. Richard E. Hanson, Director of Community Affairs 3M Foundation 3M Center, Bldg 591-30-02, St. Paul, MN 55144-1000 612-733-8335 Minnesota, University of Dr. Barbara Pillinger, Director, Scholarship Programs 231 Pillsbury Drive, SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455 612-625-0091   Ms. Kathleen W. Luker, Assistant to the Dean, College of Science and Engineering 10 University Drive, Duluth, MN 55812-9977 1-800-232-1339 Missouri, University of Director, Women in Engineering Program 204 Rolla Building, Rolla, MO 65401 314-341-4212   Rover L. Mitchell, Dean, College of Agriculture Agriculture Building 2-69, U of MO, Columbia, MO 65211 314-882-8301 Murray State University Dr. Gary W. Boggess, Dean, College of Science Murray, KY 42071 502-762-2886 National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering Dr. George Campbell, Jr., President 3 West 35th Street, New York, NY 10001 212-279-2626 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Dr. Sherri McGee, University Programs Manager, Office of Human Resources and Education Dr. Robert W. Brown, Director, Educational Affairs Division, Office of External Relations Ms. Margaret Finarelli, Associate Administrator, External Relations NASA Headquarters, 400 Maryland Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20546 202-359-1524, 453-2171, or 453-8305

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? SOURCE HOW TO CONTACT National Chicano Council on Higher Education (NCCHE) Dr. Eloy Rodriguez Director, NCCHE Science Fellowships School of Biological Sciences, T40, University of California, Irvine, CA 92717 714-856-6105 National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities (GEM) Dr. Howard G. Adams, Executive Director PO Box 537, Notre Dame, IN 46556 219-287-1097 National Science Foundation Dr. Joseph Danek, Director, Human Resources Development, Education and Human Resources Directorate Dr. Robert Watson, Director, Undergraduate Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Education Dr. Susan Duby, Director of Fellowships 1800 G Street, NW, Room 1225, Washington, DC 20550 202-357-7552, -9644, or-7536 w/Howard Hughes Medical Institue: at Cornell Dr. Peter J. Bruns, Division of Biological Science Ithaca, NY 14853-2703 607-355-2376 at Carnegie Mellon Dr. Barbara Lazarus, Associate Provost for Academic Projects EDSH 209, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 412-268-6995 National Society of Professional Engineers Education Foundation Ms. Marji Bayers, Director, Professional Engineers in Education & Government 1420 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 703-684-2800 New Jersey Institute of Technology Dr. Joann R. Raines, Assistant Director, Division of of Cooperative Education University Heights, Newark, NJ 07102 201-596-3250 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State Univ Dr. Edward Hayes, Vice Chancellor Greensboro, NJ 27411 919-334-7965 North Dakota, University of Director, INMED 501 N. Columbia Road, Grand Forks, ND 58203 701-777-3037

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? SOURCE HOW TO CONTACT Northwestern University Dr. Carolyn H. Krulee, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Affairs   Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60201 708-491-7379 Nuclear Regulatory Commission Intern Programs Commission Washington, DC 20555 301-492-7000 Oak Ridge Associated Univ Science/Engineering Education Division PO Box 117, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-0117 • Research Participation Program 615-576-1087 • Faculty Research Program 615-576-3423 • Hazardous Materials Management Training Program 615-576-1090 • Environmental Management Career Opportunities Research Experience 615-576-9278 • Faculty/Student Team Research 615-576-3190 • DOE Programs for Historically Black Colleges & Universities 615-576-3423 • Bureau of Mines (BoM) Academic Program, Science/Engineering Education Division 615-576-9655 Oberlin College Dr. Gloria White, Professor of Mathematics Oberlin, OH 44074 216-775-8466 (or 8384)   Executive Director Carolinas-Ohio Science Education Network (COSEN) 314 Samuel Mather, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH 43022 614-427-5825 Office of Personnel Management Mr. Leonard Klein, Associate Director, Career Entry & Employee Development Group 1900 E Street, NW, Washington, DC 20415 202-606-0800 Optical Society of America Evelyn A. Roberts, Technical Activities Manager 2010 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20036 202-416-1960 Penn State National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program Dr. Sylvia Stein 101 South Frear, University Park, PA 16802 814-863-7688 Phillips Petroleum Co. Mr. R. G. Robinson, Director of Community Relations 16 B4 PBJ, Bartlesville, OK 74004 918-661-4597

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? SOURCE HOW TO CONTACT Potomac Electric Power Co. Ms. Lorraine M. Drew, Manager, Community Relations and Educational Services RM 506, Washington, DC 20068 202-872-3490 Public Service Company of New Mexico Evan Spanos, Vice President, Regulatory & Business Policy c/o Alvarado Square, Albuquerque, NM 87158 505-848-2860 Purdue University Dr. Jane Z. Daniels, Director, Women in Engineering West Lafayette, IN 47907 317-494-3899 Reynolds Metals Co. Ms. Sandra S. Walton, Director, Human Resource Development 6603 W. Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23230 804-281-2510 San Jose State University Dr. Jeanne Rossi Becker, Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science San Jose, CA 95192 408-924-5112 Sandia National Laboratories Ms. Denise Robinson, Personnel Division E. L Hathaway, Project Manager M. M. Vera, Project Manager J. A. Argyle, Project Manager PO Box 969, Livermore, CA 94551-0969 415-294-3371 Sears, Roebuck and Co. Lori Nipp, Program Manager, Education Sears Tower, Dept 903, 6th Floor, Chicago, IL 60684 312-875-4499 Society of Automotive Engineers Ms. Judy Rose, Coordinator of Scholarships Engineers Wright State University, Dayton, OH 45435 513-873-2321 Society of Exploration Geophysicists Scholarship Committee, SEG PO Box 702740, Tulsa, OK 74170 918-493-3516 Society of Women Engineers Ms. B. J. Harrod, Executive Director 345 East 47th Street, Room 305, New York, NY 10017 212-705-7459 or-7855

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? Program Type Sponsor Targeted Group*   American Chemical Society Third or fourth-year doctoral student   American Geophysical Union Women of high academic achievement and promise; 1st-year graduate student   American Indian Science & Engineering Society American Indians   American Institute of Aeronautics &     Astronautics: Liquid Propulsion Technical Cmte, General Aviation Systems Technical Cmte U.S. citizens in liquid rocket propulsion field, general aviation, with at least 1 academic year complete; GPA = 3.0+   American Institute of Physics     American Psychological Association Minorities; neuroscience students   American Society of Chemical Engineers     American Society for Microbiology U.S. citizens, minority PhD candidates at accredited school   American Sociological Association Black, Hispanic, American Indian, and Asian American students   American Water Works Association     Association for Women Geoscientists     Foundation Women with an interrupted education   Association for Women in Science Women in life, physical, social science or engineering   AT&T Bell Labs U.S. citizens, PhD candidates   Bristol-Myers Squibb     + The Commonwealth Fund Minorities   Business & Professional Women's Fdn. Minority women over age 25   California State University, Fresno Underrepresented minorities   California, University of     Carnegie Mellon University PhD students in civil engineering   Clare Luce Booth Fund Students in physics, chemistry, biology, meteorology, engineering, computer science, and mathematics   Institute of Industrial Engineers Full-time industrial engineering & active IIE member; GPA = 3.4+   International Business Machines Corp  

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? Program Type Sponsor Targeted Group*   Michigan State University Minority U.S. citizens who demonstrate academic ability & financial need   Missouri, University of U.S. citizens, primarily minorities   NASA Institutions interested in cooperative inter-disciplinary research between universities, industry, and state and local governments   National Consortium for Graduate     Degrees for Minorities U.S. citizens; racial/ethnic minorities   National Institutes of Health U.S. citizens; minorities   National Science Foundation     National Society of Professional Engineers Education Foundation Master's program in Business, Engineering Management, or Public Administration   Spelman College Black women   State University of New York New graduate students, graduate students of opportunity programs, and graduate teaching assistants who are racial/ethnic minorities   U.S. Dept of Agriculture U.S. citizens having demonstrated academic excellence and a commitment to a career in the food and agricultural sciences   U.S. Dept of Commerce: NOAA & NIST Students in marine-related fields showing promise of contribution to NIST programs   U.S. Dept of Defense Women PhDs at critical points in their careers   U.S. Dept of Education Full-time minorities & women students of exceptional ability and demonstrated financial need   U.S. Dept of Energy U.S. citizens; HBCUs; students of nuclear engineering at University of California   U.S. Dept of the Interior: Students with less than 1 year of graduate school   Bureau of Mines     U.S. Dept of Veterans Affairs:     U.S. Environmental Protection Agency HBCUs   Zonta International Women qualified for graduate study

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? Program Type Sponsor Targeted Group* Grants & Loans American Association of Petroleum Geologists Studies relating to the search & development of hydrocarbons & economic sedimentary minerals and/or to environmental geology   American Association of University Women Women in PhD programs   Association for Women in Science AWIS chapter member   Business & Professional Women's Fdn. U.S. citizens, full or part time women students   California State University New and continuing full-time students enrolled in doctoral programs at accredited universities   Graduate Women in Science U.S. and Canadian citizens showing outstanding academic ability and involved in research   NASA Doctoral candidates in social/behavioral or biological sciences   National Institutes of Health U.S. citizens, minorities Internships, Traineeships, & Part-Time Employment American Psychological Association U.S. citizens pursuing PhD full time or careers leading to delivery of psychological service or research science   Bristol-Myers Squibb     Hewlett-Packard Co. Women & minorities who are strong academic achievers   Lawrence Berkeley Lab Graduate students & faculty   Minnesota, University of Minorities and women   Oak Ridge Associated Universities U.S. citizens currently enrolled in graduate program related to training technology   Sandia National Labs Outstanding students in specific S&E disciplines   U.S. Dept of Defense     U.S. Dept of Energy U.S. citizens having B average in applicable fields; degree students in energy-related major   U.S. Dept of Justice Well-qualified, upper-level students in biochemistry, chemistry, and physics   U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Students at HBCUs interested in seeking solutions to major environmental problems0   U.S. Geological Survey Minorities & women

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? Program Type Sponsor Targeted Group* Mentoring Programs American Economics Association Association for Women in Science Bristol-Myers Squib California, University of Women in the economics profession AWIS chapter member Women Research, Semester Courses, & Laboratory Experiences American Psychological Association American Statistical Association Argonne National Lab Carnegie Mellon University, Dept. of Engineering & Public Policy Lawrence Berkeley Lab NASA National Institutes of Health Oak Ridge Associated Universities Sandia National Labs Spelman College U.S. Dept of Defense U.S. Dept of Energy U.S. citizens, minority students in full-time doctoral U.S. citizen juniors and seniors w/3.0+ GPA Graduate students & faculty U.S. citizens, full-time students Students in chemistry, biology, or physics at minority institution U.S. citizens, team of 1 student and 1 full-time faculty member at accredited colleges or universities High-ability students in Master's degree programs Black women Postdocs in selected S&E fields U.S. citizens; Master's and PhD candidates; postgrads; recent postgrads with degree in appropriate field Summer Research AT&T Bell Labs California State University California State University, Fresno East Tennessee State University National Institutes of Health U.S. citizens, women & minorities having 3.0+ GPA; outstanding BS, MS, and PhD candidates within 2 years of graduation Minority, disabled and women students Underrepresented minorities Native-born minorites, persons who are disadvantaged socially, educationally, or economically Students in chemistry, biology, or physics at minority institution

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? Program Type Sponsor Targeted Group*   Oak Ridge Associated Universities Sandia National Labs Spelman College U.S. Dept of Defense U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services: Centers for Disease Control and Public Health Service U.S. citizens, team of 1 student and 1 full-time faculty member at accredited colleges or universities High-ability students Black women U.S. citizens, minorities Travel Grants American Chemical Society American Physical Society California, University of, Berkeley Optical Society of America Women students presenting research findings at professional meetings Women physicists Women and ethnic minorities members of OSA Tutorial\Academic Workshops Argonne National Labs Lawrence Berkeley Lab Women U.S. citizens; minority students & faculty * Unless otherwise indicated, the program is open to all graduate science and engineering majors. NOTE: "Minorities" refers to those racial/ethnic groups traditionally underparticipating in science and engineering.

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? TABLE A-4. NRC Research Associateship Programs, 1992 Program Year. Postdoctoral Research Associateship (Type I) Programs The Aerospace Corporation (AERO) National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Resident Research Associateship (Type II) Programs Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Administration (ADAMHA) Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI) Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) Morgantown Energy Technology Center (METC) NASA-Ames Research Center (ARC) NASA-Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) NASA-Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) NASA-Johnson (Lyndon B.) Space Center (JSC) NASA-Kennedy (John F.) Space Center (KSC) NASA-Langley Research Center (LaRC) NASA-Lewis Research Center (LeRC) NASA-Marshall (George C.) Space Flight Center (MSFC) NASA-Science and Technology Laboratory (STL) National Center for Infectious Diseases (NCID) National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Naval Command, Control and Ocean Surveillance Center Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation Division (NRaD) Naval Medical Research and Development and Command (NMRDC) Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) U.S. Air Force Laboratories (USAF) U.S. Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC) U.S. Army Ballistic Research Laboratory (BRL) U.S. Army Chemical research, Development and Engineering Center (CRDEC) U.S. Army Electronics Technology and Devices Lab (ETDL) U.S. Army Harry Diamond Laboratories (HDL) U.S. Army Medical Research & Development Command (AMRDC) U.S. Army Missile Command (MICOM) U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences (ARI) Battlefield Environment Directorate (BED) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) Cooperative Research Associateship (TYPE III) Programs Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? TABLE A-5: Some Interventions to Recruit and Retain Science and Engineering Faculty in the United States Program Type Sponsor Targeted Group* Achievement & Development Awards American Chemical Society American Indian Science & Engineering Society American Society for Engineering Education International Business Machines U.S. Dept of the Interior: Bureau of Mines National Science Foundation Public Service Company of New Mexico Sears, Roebuck and Co. Society of Women Engineers Outstanding academic chemists Outstanding teachers of Native Americans Outstanding women engineering and engineering technology faculty Non-tenured faculty U.S. citizens, full-time, non-tenured faculty at accredited institutions Women Faculty at New Mexico's six public universities Undergraduate faculty Women engineers Career Development & Advancement American Society for Engineering Education lawrence Berkeley Labs National Science Foundation Outstanding women engineering and engineering technology faculty U.S. citizens, minorities and full-time faculty at specified institutions Women & minority researchers Comprehensive Programs California, University of Lawrence Berkeley Labs National Institutes of Health U.S. Dept of Energy Women & minorities Community college faculty in environmental technology Faculty & students at institutions with substantial minority enrollments Faculty at HBCUs

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? Program Type Sponsor Targeted Group* Equipment Digital Equipment Corporation Non-tenured faculty Fellowships & Scholarships & Associateships California, University of Women & Minorities Grants & Loans Clare Booth Luce Fund National Institute of Health National Science Foundation Sears, Roebuck and Co. Junior women faculty of the highest calibre Faculty at minority institutions U.S. citizens; women or members of underrepresented minority groups Research & Laboratory Experiences Bureau of the Census: Beureau of Labor Statistics + National Institute of Standards & Technology + National Science Foundation Environmental Protection Agency Lawrence Berkeley Labs National Science Foundation Nuclear Regulatory Commission U.S. Dept of Defense: Office of Naval Research U.S Dept of Energy Recognized researchers submitting detailed proposals Faculty at HBCUs U.S. citizens, team of 1 student & 1 full-time faculty member at accredited institution Full-time, tenured or tenure-track faculty members; promising minority investigators Qualified faculty at HBCUs Academic researchers who have held a Ph.D. for less than 5 years Undergraduate faculty; team of 1 student and 1 full-time faculty member, U.S. citizens, at accredited institutions; faculty at HBCUs, full-time faculty Sabbaticals Sandia National Labs + Associated Western Univ. Faculty in science

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? Program Type Sponsor Targeted Group* Summer Research Argonne National Lab NASA + American Society for Engineering Education Oak Ridge Associated Universites U.S. Dept of Energy Bureau of Engraving & Printing U.S. citizens, full-time faculty at U.S. institutions U.S.citizens with teaching/research aspirations U.S. citizens, full-time, permanent faculty member at accredited U.S. college or university Full-time faculty at HBCUs, U.S. citizens Visiting Scientists Programs & Workshops American Indian Science and Engineering Society American Physical Society U.S. Dept of Justice: Federal Bureau of Investigation Math and science faculty Women physicists in academe Full-time faculty in forensic research, infrared analysis or soil analysis, organic trace analysis * Unless otherwise indicated, the program is open to all science and engineering faculty. NOTE. ''Minorities'' refers to those racial/ethnic groups traditionally underparticipating in science and engineering.

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? TABLE A-6: Some Interventions to Recruit and Retain Scientists and Engineers in the Federal Work Force Program Type Sponsor Targeted Group* Career Development Argonne National Lab Environmental Protection Agency Neuclear Regulatory Commission Office of Personnel Management U.S. Dept of Agriculture: Farmer's Home Administration All degree levels Women & minorities All NRC employees Nonsupervisory employees; scientific and technical specialists; managers Technical employees at all levels Continuing Education Nuclear Regulatory Commission Engineers Comprehensive Programs Argonne National Lab U.S. Dept of Defense: Office of Naval Research U.S. Dept of Energy Appointment Female postdocs 50% of program participants are in S&E fields Fellowship & Scholarships & Associateships Environmental Protection Agency U.S. Dept of Defense U.S. Dept of Health & Human Services Open to all levels and occupations Recent B.S. recipients Ph.D. employees Flexplace U.S. Office of Personnel Management Current employees engaged in "portable" work and whose most recent performance rating was at least "Fully Successful;" must be able to work without close supervision Internships, Traineeships, & Part-Time Employment Nuclear Regulatory Commission Recent college graduates (entry-level employees) having limited nuclear-related, industrial, and regulatory experience

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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women? Program Type Sponsor Targeted Group* Rotational Assignments Nuclear Regulatory Commission All NRC employees Seminars NASA Journey-level women in S&E occupations Visiting Scientists Programs & Workshops Argonne National Lab Environmental Protection Agency Women GS/GM-13-15, PHS commissioned officers, SES * Unless otherwise indicated, the program is open to all scientists and engineers in the federal government. NOTE: "Minorities" refers to those racial/ethnic groups traditionally underparticipating in science and engineering.