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  1. SI History Bibliography

    Graceanna Lewis, Scientist and Humanitarian

    • Date: 1979
    • Creator: Warner, Deborah Jean
    • Creator: Warner, Deborah Jean

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    Wonderful Women Wednesday: Dr. Adrienne Kaeppler

    • Date: June 20, 2018
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Curator of Oceanic Ethnology Dr. Adrienne Kaeppler, Smithsonian's National Anthropological Archives, is an expert on Tongan dance and was honored by the YWCA as a leading female scientist whose work increased the understanding of native cultures. #Groundbreaker

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    Wonderful Women Wednesday: Dr. Olga Linares

    • Date: February 28, 2018
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Former Senior Staff Scientist, Dr. Olga Linares, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, greatly expanded the understanding of Central American human evolution, and was elected to the U.S. National Academy of Sciences in 1992. #Groundbreaker

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    Wonderful Women Wednesday: Eunice Newton Foote

    • Date: May 3, 2017
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Help us find a photograph of Eunice Newton Foote! Scientist Eunice Newton Foote, in 1856, was the 1st to speculate that modest increases in CO2 concentration could result in atmospheric warming, and was a contributor to the Smithsonian's weather data project.

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    Wonderful Women Wednesday: Dr. Valerie Paul

    • Date: May 31, 2017
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Dr. Valerie Paul, head scientist at the Smithsonian Marine Station and director of the Caribbean Coral Reef Ecosystems, researches marine chemical ecology, marine plant-herbivore interactions, coral reef ecology, and marine natural products. #Groundbreaker

  11. Blog Post

    Who Are You?

    • Date: March 30, 2009
    • Creator: Tammy L. Peters
    • Description: [caption id="attachment_311" align="alignleft" width="225" caption="Former SIA Collections Storage, Smithsonian Institution Archives"][/caption] In celebration of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, this is the fourth in a series of installments from Smithsonian Institution Archives staff highlighting women in science photographs. We will post portraits of

  13. A woman wearing a Smithsonian hat with the sunburst logo stands in a field, while holding a bird. She is smiling at the camera.

    Wonderful Women Wednesday: Dr. Autumn-Lynn Harrison

    • Date: March 6, 2019
    • Creator: Emily Niekrasz
    • Description: Dr. Autumn-Lynn Harrison, Research Scientist at the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center since 2014, works with large marine vertebrates, including pinnipeds and seabirds. She is the Program Manager of the Migratory Connectivity Project, which aims to use technologies to track bird species throughout their annual cycle. #Groundbreaker

  15. Microbiologist Elizabeth Lee Hazen and chemist Rachel Brown

    Women in Science Wednesday: Elizabeth Lee Hazen and Rachel Brown

    • Date: July 10, 2013
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis

  17. left to right: Unidentified man, Johanna Westerdijk (1883-1961), and two unidentified women

    left to right: Unidentified man, Johanna Westerdijk (1883-1961), and two unidentified women

    • A woman wearing a lab coat and gloves holds to square, white objects up near a machine that resembles a large scanner.

      Wonderful Women Wednesday: Dr. Judith Blake

      • Date: September 23, 2020
      • Creator: Emily Niekrasz
      • Description: Each week, the Archives features a woman who has been a groundbreaker at the Smithsonian, past or present, in a series titled Wonderful Women Wednesday.

    • Wild animals of Glacier National Park, 1918. Vernon and Florence Merriam Bailey. Courtesy of Biodiversity Heritage Library.

      Scientific Sweethearts: Research Couples in the Archives

      • Date: February 11, 2016
      • Creator: Hillary Brady
      • Description: A look at the life and work of husband and wife Smithsonian scientists researching in the field.

    • Side by side comparison of Infobox on Wikipedia for Mary Agnes Chase (left) and Google Search results showing same data (right).

      Improve #WomenInSTEM Representation with Wikidata!

      • Date: July 18, 2017
      • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
      • Description: We're ready to take our women in science to the next level! I hope botanist Mary Agnes Chase would be proud.This journey started with our history of science and the media research fellow, Marcel LaFollette, who created basic records for female scientists she uncovered in the Archives' Science Service collection, including many who worked at the Smithsonian. We then created a

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