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FSEM 1010-26: Who Gets to be a Scientist? (Goldberg): Find Books - HamCAT

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  • Women Scientists
  • Minorities in science
  • Minorities in Science--Biography
  • Women in Science --Biography
  • African American Women Scientists
  • Scientists--Biography
  • Biography & Autobiography--Personal Memoirs
  • African American Scientists--Biography

Types of Content you will Find in HamCAT

Albers, D. J., Albers, D. J., & Alexanderson, G. L. (2011). Fascinating mathematical people: interviews and memoirs. Princeton University Press.
Simonis, D. A., & Hertzenberg, C. (1999). Scientists, mathematicians, and inventors lives and legacies : an encyclopedia of people who changed the world. Oryx Press.

Print Books
Changing the Equation: 50+ Black Women in STEM (@MnPALS member library)
Women and Minorities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics: Upping the Numbers (@ Bush Library) 
Hidden Figures: the American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians who Helped Win the Space Race (@MnPALS member library)
The A to Z of Women in Science and Math (@ Bush LIbrary)
The Autobiography of a Transgender Scientist (@MnPALS member library)
Latinos in Science, Math and the Professions (@MnPALS member library)

Articles (magazine, newspaper, journals)
Loreal USA Announces 2020 For Women In Science Fellows 
People in STEM: Biographies
Women, Minorities and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering (Journal) @ MnPALS member library

Video and Audio resources
Smith, L., Vance, C. B., & Santiago-Hudson, R. (2007). Forgotten genius. WGBH Video. (DVD about Percy Julian) @MnPALS member library