***All library exhibitions are closed until further notice as part of the university’s COVID-19 response. We invite you to visit our online exhibitions***
This media exhibit portrays over 100 women from science and engineering fields at Yale University, from the late 1800s to the present, including women faculty from anthropology, the biological sciences, environmental studies, the physical sciences, and psychology. Featured women have obtained PhDs at Yale, taught at Yale, authored books, been awarded honorary degrees, and have had scholarships named in their honor. Images from their research are often included. This exhibit updates the Women in Science and Engineering at Yale University: The Evolution exhibit, displayed in 2012.
Curated by: Lori Bronars, Science Research Support Librarian – Life Sciences; Gwyneth Crowley, Librarian for Economics, Psychology, and Statistics & Data Science; and Mark Saba, ITS, Designer
Photo credit: Olivia Drake
Ellen Thomas holding 3D-printed models of shells of two foraminifera