List of science and technology awards for women

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This list of science and technology awards for women is an index to articles about notable awards made to women for work in science and the STEM (Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields generally. It includes awards for astronomy, space and atmospheric science; biology and medicine; chemistry; engineering; mathematics; neuroscience; physics; technology; and general or multiple fields.

Astronomy, space, atmospheric science[edit]

  • Annie Jump Cannon Award in Astronomy – annual award for outstanding contributions to astronomy by a woman within five years of earning a doctorate degree
  • Peter B. Wagner Memorial Award for Women in Atmospheric Sciences – awarded annually since 1998, based on paper completion, to a woman studying for a Masters or PhD in atmospheric science at a university in the United States[1]

Biology and medicine[edit]

Chemistry[edit]

Engineering[edit]

Mathematics[edit]

Neuroscience[edit]

  • Awards by the Society for Neuroscience:[18]
    • Bernice Grafstein Award for Outstanding Accomplishments in Mentoring – for dedication to mentoring women neuroscientists
    • Louise Hanson Marshall Special Recognition Award – honors an individual who has significantly promoted the professional development of women in neuroscience through teaching, organizational leadership, public advocacy, or other efforts that are not necessarily related to research
    • Mika Salpeter Lifetime Achievement Award – presented for outstanding career achievements in neuroscience who has also significantly promoted the professional advancement of women in neuroscience
    • Patricia Goldman-Rakic Hall of Honor – posthumously recognizes a neuroscientist who has pursued career excellence and exhibited dedication and advancement of women in neuroscience

Physics[edit]

Technology[edit]

General or multiple fields[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Elizabeth Blackwell Award". American Medical Women's Association. Retrieved 8 May 2013.
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  5. ^ "Women in Cell Biology Awards". ASCB. The American Society for Cell Biology. Retrieved 1 December 2019.
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  10. ^ "Individual Awards". Society of Women Engineers. Retrieved 24 January 2020. The Achievement Award is the highest award given by the Society of Women Engineers. It is presented annually to a woman who has made an outstanding technical contribution for at least twenty (20) years of time in a field of engineering. Her academic training may be in either science or engineering.
  11. ^ "Alice T. Schafer Mathematics Prize: For Excellence in Mathematics by an Undergraduate Woman". Association for Women in Mathematics. Retrieved 25 January 2020. The Executive Committee of the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) has established the Alice T. Schafer Mathematics Prize to be awarded to an undergraduate woman for excellence in mathematics. The Schafer Prize was established in 1990 and is named for AWM former President and one of its founding members, Alice T. Schafer, who contributed a great deal to women in mathematics throughout her career.
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  13. ^ "Louise Hay Awards: For Contributions to Mathematics Education". Association for Women in Mathematics. Retrieved 25 January 2020. The Executive Committee of the Association for Women in Mathematics has established the Louise Hay Award for Contributions to Mathematics Education to recognize outstanding achievements in any area of mathematics education, to be interpreted in the broadest possible sense. The annual presentation of this award is intended to highlight the importance of mathematics education and to evoke the memory of all that Hay exemplified as a teacher, scholar, administrator, and human being.
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