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This collection contains Eastwood's research and reference files, other professional files, research notebooks, personal correspondence, scientific articles, and books.
This collection contains unpublished articles, published articles and presentations and a dissertation.
The topics include the impact of gender on women in engineering; the experiences of women in the engineering classroom; and communication and teaching techniques.
This report, Geological Survey Bureau Technical Information Series 30, is based on interviews with Mary Bankes as well as records she kept during the operation of Big Spring. Bankes discusses the history of Big Spring and the many hardships that she and her husband faces. Also included are historical and current statistics on the spring and hatchery.
This collection currently contains two articles on the topic of women civil engineers. The first discusses Ackerman’s background, her work in mentoring, and the American Society of Civil Engineers’ outreach programs. The second was given at a conference held at Rose-Hulman Institute. Ackerman details her experiences as a woman in engineering.
This collection (1925-1995, undated) contains biographical information, correspondence, research materials, subject files, printed materials and photographs.
This collection contains one bound notebook from an Astronomy I class. The notebook is comprised of 81 handwritten pages of notes and diagrams in pencil. The hand-drawn diagrams depict astronomical tools, the surface of the moon, star maps and constellations. There is one black and white photograph adhered to page 55.
Comprised of 41 handwritten pages of mathematical definition, tables, methods, and exercises. Ownership signature of "Mary Ann Wilder, Rindge 1823" on top corner of first page. All entries done in a single hand.
The collection contains newsclippings, biographical information, and course material from Mary Helen Merriam Stewart’s years at Iowa State, and correspondence with Chemistry professor Nellie Naylor from later years. Also in the papers are six postcards of Margaret Hall, five of which depict the fire that destroyed the Hall in 1938. In addition, there are policies regarding the Iowa State College dormitories.
- Subject: Society and Human Interactions - Women in science and engineering X
- Articles 6
- Correspondence 4
- Iowa 4
- Iowa State College--Alumni and alumnae 3
- Research (documents) 3
- Women--Education 3
- Astronomy 2
- Astronomy--Study and teaching 2
- Engineers--Vocational guidance 2
- Photographs 2
- Publications (documents) 2
- Universities and colleges--Curricula 2
- Astronomy--Research 1
- Authors, American 1
- Autobiographies (documents) 1
- Awards 1
- Bacteriologists 1
- Bacteriology 1
- Bibliographies 1
- Biographies (literary works) 1
- Biography files 1
- Biologists 1
- Birds 1
- Blood plasma substitutes--Development 1
- Botany teachers 1
- Botany--Study and teaching 1
- Career development 1
- Career education 1
- Cement 1 ∧ less
- Undetermined 22
- Alcott, Margaret T 1
- American Society of Civil Engineers 1
- Association for Women in Science 1
- Douglas, Marjory Stoneman 1
- Federation of Organizations for Professional Women (U.S.) 1
- Hamerstrom, Frederick 1
- Iowa State University. College of Engineering 1
- Iowa State University. Library. Special Collections Department 1
- Iowa. Highway Commission 1
- Mankato State University. Department of Biological Sciences 1
- Mather, Bryant 1
- Mather, Katherine 1
- Tesfatsion, Leigh 1
- United States. Army 1 ∧ less