2 edition of Resource directory of scientists and engineers with disabilities found in the catalog.
Resource directory of scientists and engineers with disabilities
by Project on Science, Technology, and Disability, Directorate for Education and Human Resources Programs, American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington, D.C
|Statement||edited by Virginia W. Stern, Laureen Summers.|
|Series||AAAS ;, 95-28S, AAAS publication ;, 95-28S.|
|Contributions||Stern, Virginia W., Summers, Laureen.|
|LC Classifications||Q145 .R47 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxv, 217 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||95080540|
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Resource Directory of Scientists and Engineers with disabilities (AAAS publication) Paperback – January 1, byAuthor: Virginia W. Stern. Get this from a library. Resource directory of scientists and engineers with disabilities. [Virginia W Stern; Diane E Lifton; Shirley M Malcom; Janette Alsford Owens] -- Directory intended as "the first step in identifying and contacting scientists and engineers with disabilities as potential advisors and collaborators." Alphabetical listing by names.
The AAAS Resource Directory of Scientists and Engineers with Disabilities 4th edition Contact: Sabira Mohamed [email protected] The Directory is a listing of STEM professionals with disabilities.
By contributing your name and informa- tion, you will make this Directory a richer resource for every person and group it Size: 4MB. Project Summary AAAS proposes to develop a database and an electronic directory that will be the 4 th edition of the Resource Directory of Scientists and Engineers with Disabilities.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) began its effort to expand opportunities for scientists and engineers with disabilities in The first Resource Directory was published in It became a critical resource for many groups who wanted or needed role models, mentors, and peer reviewers.
Subsequent editions of the Directory were published in. Resource Directory of scientists and engineers with disabilities The Journal of the Acoustical Society of Amer (); more. A directory published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) will contain listings of some scientists and engineers with disabilities.
The second edition of the Resource Directory of Scientists and Engineers With Disabilities contains information about the scientific interest, gender, geographic location, and disabilities of people.
Resource Directory of Scientists and Engineers with Disabilities, 4th edition Resource Inventory and Baseline Study Methods for Developing Countries Resource Managers: North American and Australian Hunter-Gatherers.
Resource directory of handicapped scientists Author: Janette Alsford Owens ; Martha Ross Redden ; Janet Welsh Brown ; American Association for the Advancement of Science. Project Summary AAAS proposes to develop a database and an electronic directory that will be the 4 th edition of the Resource Directory of Scientists and Engineers with Disabilities.
The Directory will fill a continuing need of NSF and other Federal agencies, educators, parents, counselors, disability organizations, and the media to find role models and existence proofs in.
Disability invites scientists and engineers with disabili-ties to be included in the third edition of the Resource Directory of Scientists and Engineers with Disabilities. Potential candidates for the directory must hold o, r be working toward a, degree in a scientific engineering, or medica disciplinel or currentl, bye employe idn a.
with disabilities and published the first edition () of the Resource Directory of Handicapped Scientists, in which members of the group offered to speak or consult on. Scientists and engineers with disabilities are invited to be listed in and to nominate others for inclusion in the AAAS Resource Directory of Scientists and.
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Stern, Diane E. Lifton, Shirley M. Malcom. Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, Health Services Research & Development, Lynne Stevens Award, Boston University School of Medicine, Highest Ranked Abstract at Health Services Research & Development Annual Meeting, AAAS Resource Directory of Scientists and Engineers.
With. Disabilities, edited by Virginia Stern and Laureen Summers. This listing provides contact information for more than scientists, mathematicians, and engineers with a wide spectrum of disabilities who are willing to serve as role models, symposium speakers, and/or consultants on assistive technologies (Stern, ).
with disabilities are the three editions (,and ) of the AAAS Resource Directory of Scientists and Engineers with Disabilities.
This work, supported by the NSF, was followed by theBarrier-Free in Brief booklet series which comprehensively reviews the sources of adaptation and accommodation available to NSF grant recipients. Disabilities began in • The project serves scientists and engineers with disabilities: students at all levels; faculty; parents; counselors; and the media.
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