Gumberg Library has lots of resources for learning more about women's contributions to STEM fields.
To find print books, click the following links:
Prefer e-books? Follow the directions listed on this guide to find them. You can use any of the search terms above, or search for individual women or your own keywords. Or, click the links below.
Looking for journal articles?
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"Historic rejection letters to women engineers" The Atlantic article by Adrienne LaFrance
"Women in science: weird sisters?" Nature article by Patricia Fara
"'The Finkbeiner Test:' Seven rules to avoid gratuitous gender profiles of female scientists" Columbia Journalism Review article by Curtis Brainard
"Journals invite too few women to referee" article in Nature
Joining a professional society can help you network throughout your career. See below for some of the many possible groups or societies you can join.