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    American Medical Women's Association - Dedicated to the care of the woman patient and to improving the personal and professional well-being of its members. Includes health advice and guidance for the public. - Resources for IT mentors. Endeavoring to inspire women in various industry and those with multi-culture perspectives to evaluate contributions in progressive e-culture/ cyberculture orientation.

    Web Women - Tech Women Helping Tech Women - A site dedicated to women online in the professions of designer, programmer, webmistress or systems administrator. A place for women to share resources.

    Association for Women in Mathematics - Dedicated to encouraging women in the mathematical sciences.

    Association for Women in Science and Engineering - UK organization aiming to advance the participation of girls and women in the sciences.

    GirlGeeks - Career site for women in information technology, providing access to jobs, mentors, training and career development resources to help techy women get ahead.

    Systers - A mailing list for women in all fields of computing.

    Women's Engineering Society - A forum for women engineers from every branch of engineering and allied fields.

    CRA Committee on the Status of Women - Takes positive action to increase the number of women participating in computer science and engineering (CSE) research and education at all levels.

    Women of NASA - Profiles of women at NASA who specialize in some aspect of math, science, or technology. Includes biographies, daily journals of their activities, live webchat schedules, and tips for teachers.

    MentorNet - Arranges for mentoring of women students of science and engineering by women in industry. Mentoring is via e-mail.

    Women in Global Science and Technology - Collection of links to sites geared to women in the sciences and technology.

    Is the Glass Half Full? - Women in science. From Scientific American.

    Women in Endocrinology - An organization devoted to promoting and facilitating the professional development and advancement of women in the field of endocrinology.

    MentorGirls - A community outreach program that promotes and builds technology mentoring programs targeted at girls, teen girls and young women.

    Women-Related Science/Technology Sites - Listing of selected women-related sites focusing on science and technology.

    Why Are There So Few Women in Science? - Online debates. Provides extensive background information and participant comments.

    European Women in Mathematics - An affiliation of women bound by a common interest in the position of women in mathematics. Includes information about meetings, a newsletter, and a mailing list.

    Gallery of Women Engineers - Women engineers who have made outstanding contributions to the field.

    The Hypatia Institute - Dedicated to gender equity in physics, astronomy, and the sciences in general; with resources for students, teachers, and scientists.

    Women and Computing - For computer professionals. Includes general resources and job listings.

    Women in Information Technology - The Win IT project shares Information Technology career information with girls, women, employers, teachers, counsellors, parents and unions to support girls and women who want to explore IT careers.

    Biographies of African-American Women Scientists - Short biographies of contemporary African-American women scientists profiled in "The Faces of Science: African Americans in the Sciences."

    WEPAN - The mission of WEPAN is to be a catalyst for change that enhances the success of women in the engineering professions.

    Women in Science, Engineering, and Technology - A directory of women's organizations. It focuses on professional women, mainly in science, technology and engineering.

    Women in Science, Engineering and Technology - UK Government site promoting SET (Science, Engineering and Technology) for women. To support women in fulfilling and rewarding careers in higher education, industry and teaching,

    Women in Science, Engineering and Technology - WiTEC is a well-established European network with co-ordinators in 12 European countries.

    The Daphne Jackson Trust - Enables high-level scientists and engineers to return to their professions after a career break.

    Association for Women in Science - Dedicated to achieving equity and full participation for women in science, mathematics, engineering and technology.

    AWSEM - Advocates for Women in Science, Engineering and Mathematics - Advocates for women in engineering and mathematics - regional network of science and technology practitioners, educators, parents, businesses and community organizations committed to the enrichment of opportunities for young women.

    CRA Distributed Mentor Project - For female undergraduates in computer science and electronics with women faculty nationwide for a summer of research and mentoring.

    Alberta Women's Science Network. - Giving women in science opportunities to realize their full potential and to attain a higher profile in society through visibility, networking and programs designed to fulfill these goals.

    Association for Women Geoscientists - To encourage the participation of women in the geosciences. The association promotes the exchange of educational, technical, and professional information to enhance the professional growth and advancement of women in the geosciences.

    WITI - Women in Technology International - Provides visitors with news, career opportunities, articles and information to empower women through technology.

    TWOWS, Third World Organization for Women in Science - An association of scientists promoting the research efforts and training opportunities of women scientists in the Third World.

    Women Into Science and Technology - Aims to attract and retain women in mathematics and science courses and careers through a multi-level activity and mentoring program.

    Women in Weather - Providing a support structure for and opening communications between women throughout the worldwide meteorological community, focusing on the particular concerns of women.

    Women in Science - Encourages the access of women to science, learning and the world of research.

    Association for Women In Computing (AWC) - A non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the advancement of women in computing professions. Founded in 1978. New members welcome.

    Institute for Women in Trades, Technology & Science - Dedicated to integrating women into nontraditional careers by providing training/technical assistance to the education system and employers.

    Society of Women Engineers - Stimulates women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders.

    Women in Engineering - The status and advancement of women in the engineering and science professions is the focus of the WIE membership group.

    The Role Model Project for Girls - Created to share the notion that girls can grow up to be anything.

    The Nantucket Maria Mitchell Association - Dedicated to furthering science education, encouraging women in science, and serving as a science resource for Nantucket Island.

    Women in Biology - Internet resources for women biologists about careers, education, and history.

    Women and Girls Tech Up - Encourages women and girls and the organizations which serve them to use technology to share ideas, opinions, support, creativity and political action.

    Backyard Project - Seeks to build young women's awareness of careers in the computer industry.

    Women in Developmental Biology - Created to contribute to the resources currently available on the WWW for individuals interested in the history of women and science.

    The Ophelia Project - An attempt to expand career and economic potential for women with disabilities. This project aims to raise the percentage of women in computer programming training.

    Society of Canadian Women in Science and Technology - SCWIST's mission is to promote and empower women in science and technology. A non-profit voluntary association, established in 1981.

    Bionet - Women in Biology - Discussion group.

    Committee on Women in Science and Engineering (CWSE) - Serves as a national focus to advocate action for increasing the participation of women in the science and engineering workforce.

    ASME Board on Minorities and Women - Dedicated to presenting information about programs and issues related to increasing the participation of women and underrepresented minority groups in ASME and making the ASME a welcome home for all engineers.

    ACS Women Chemists Committee - Serves the membership of the American Chemical Society. Our mission is to be leaders in attracting, developing and promoting women in the chemical sciences.

    Tapping the Talent - An agenda for action for business to increase the talent available to them by encouraging more young women into science, engineering and technology.

    Women's Initiatives Committee - The Women's Initiatives Committee of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) aims to assist AIChE in taking a leadership role in promoting the entry, development and full participation of women in the Institute and the profession.

    Institute For Women And Technology - Think tank for investigating how technology should be developed for maximum accessibility and usefulness to women.

    The Ada Project - Provides resources for women in computer science; job hunting resources and grant information.

    Women Chemists Committee of the Royal Society of Chemistry - Committed to developing and implementing services, facilities and programmes of activity relevant to the scientific and professional needs of women in chemistry.

    Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science and Technology - A national coalition of groups that promotes women in science, technology, engineering and math, celebrates their contributions and applies new vision to these fields.

    Women in Engineering Programs and Advocates Network - Established to effect a positive change in the engineering infrastructure conducive to the academic and professional development of women and men.

    NAE Celebration of Women in Engineering - A project of the National Academy of Engineering to bring national attention to the opportunities, creativity, and potential that engineering represents to women, and to all people, of all ages.

    MWIA - An association of medical women representing women doctors from all five continents.

    Women in Optical Science and Engineering - Formed to create a network for women working in optics and optics-related fields.

    CyberSisters - An educational telementoring program for girls in science, math and technology. Become a mentor, reading list, strategies, projects by girls.

    Women in Neuroscience - Strives to promote the professional advancement of women neuroscientists, facilitate contacts and communication among women working in neuroscience and collaborate with the Society for Neuroscience in organizing activities for women at the annual meeting of the society.

    All Women Job Site - A job site for women in the Information Technology industry.

    Women-Related Science/Technology Email Lists - Frequently-updated, annotated listing of women-related e-mail lists that focus on science and/or technology.

    Girl Geeks - This list is for women who either currently work in technology or are looking to build a career in a technological field. This list is not affiliated with

    Association of Women in Science (CJC-AWIS) - We encourage networking among women scientists by holding regular meetings that are free, open to the public and held at various locations around Princeton, NJ. - Learn and share knowledge about information technology careers, the Internet, hardware, software, through an interactive community of women.

    TechWoman.Com - An online community for women who work in the technology field.

    Groups Relating to Women in Science and Engineering - A list of organisations, sites and contact information.

    LazyGirl Network - Experience the Internet the LazyGirl way. Participate in the growing trend of geekgrrls exploring the realms of information technologies. Linux chix.

    PlanetGrrl - For and by women and grrls in the UK in or interested in new media and technology and other grrl stuff.

    Systers - An informal organization for technical women in computing.

    Women on Women - A support group for women in science.

    Nobel Prize Women in Science - Provides complete online access to Sharon Bertsch McGrayne's book (revised 2001 edition). Included are biographies of the ten women who have wonthe Nobel Prize, as well as five other women who contributed to others' attainment of this honor.

    Women in Science - Details of a career development conference for women scientists at the University of Oxford on Monday 23rd July 2001.

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