Women in Agriculture, Part II: Women as Agricultural Professionals

Africa

1. NAL Call No.: S544.5.M274I56
Income generating activities training for women's program officers, October 5-December 20, 1987.

Malawi. Ministry of Agriculture. v, 30 leaves. (USAID Mission to Malawi?: Malawi Ministry of Agriculture?, Lilongwe, Malawi, 1988)
On cover: Malawi agricultural research and extension project.

2. NAL Call No.: HT421.S65 no.3
Women paraprofessionals in Upper Volta's rural development.

Taylor, E. x, 56p. (Rural Development Committee, Center for International Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y., 1981)

3. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
Women's access to higher education in Kenya: a study of opportunities and attainment in science and mathematics education.

Eshiwani, G. S. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p.91-110 (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.

Asia

4. NAL Call No.: S945.W6
The challenges of women working in Saudi Arabia Personnel, natural resources.

Rice, C. L. Women in natural resources: international perspective: proceedings of a conference for men and women, Univ. of Idaho. p.27-36. maps. (1982)
Includes references.

5. NAL Call No.: aS622.S6
SCS Soil Conservation Service office in Guam opens for business Joan Perry, USDA employees, women in agriculture, Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, includes biographical information.

Charles, P. M. Soil Water Conserv USDA Soil Conserv Serv. v.3(6): p.7. (1982 Sept.)

6. NAL Call No.: S945.W6
Women in natural resources: perspectives from Nepal.

Stone, L. Women in natural resources: international perspective: proceedings of a conference for men and women, Univ. of Idaho. p.183-194. (1982)
Includes references.

7. NAL Call No.: 99.8 UN1
Women's progress in forestry: examples from the Philippines and the United States. 1. Filipino women in forestry.

Cruz, C. A. Unasylva. v.36(4): p.44-45; ill. (1984)

8. NAL Call No.: S544.5.O3L37
Women's roles in South Pacific agriculture. Their roles as agricultural extensionist agents.

Larcom, J. C. vii leaves, 79p. (Institute of Culture and Communication, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A. 1987)
Bibliography: p. 78-79.

9. NAL Call No.: S542.3.R46 no.7
Women scientists and managers in agricultural research in the Philippines.

Brush, E. G.; International Service for National Agricultural Research. xv, 113p. (International Service for National Agricultural Research, The Hague, Netherlands, 1995)
"April 1995."

10. NAL Call No.: S542.P6W65 1993
Women scientists and managers in agricultural research in the Philippines: highlights of a case study.

International Service for National Agricultural Research. 10p. (International Service for National Agricultural Research; Philippine Council for Agriculture, Natural Resources and Forestry Research and Development, The Hague, Netherlands; Los Banos, Philippines, 1993)
Cover title.

Australia/New Zealand

11. NAL Call No.: 80 AM371
Agnes Kryger speaks out for women.

Scott, D. Am Nurseryman. v.166(6): p.99-101. (1987 Sept.)

12. NAL Call No.: QK431.P4
Collectors and illustrators. Women botanists of the nineteenth century Australia.

Moral, A. People Plants Aust. p.333-356. (1981)
Includes bibliography.

13. NAL Call No.: QK431.P4
The contribution of women to Australian botany.

Carr, D. J. People Plants Aust. p.325-332 (1981)
Includes bibliography.

14. NAL Call No.: 41.8 N483
Survey of women veterinarians in New Zealand. I. Patterns of work.

Jones, J. M. NZ Vet J. v.33(8): p.121-126. (1985 Aug.)
Includes 20 references.

Europe

15. NAL Call No.: S3.A32
Career opportunities for women in British agriculture.

Gasson, R. Agric Adm. v.8(4): p.241-253 (1981 July)
11 ref.

16. NAL Call No.: SB608.E5D87
Dutch elm disease; the early papers: selected works of seven Dutch women phytopathologists.

Holmes, F. W.; Heybroek, H. M.; American Phytopathological Society. 154p. (American Phytopathological Society, St. Paul, Minn., USA, 1990)
Includes bibliographical references.

17. NAL Call No.: 41.8 V641
Effect on the veterinary profession of the increasing numbers of women graduates [United Kingdom].

Wells, B. T. Vet Rec. v.114(20): p.488-490. (1984 May)

18. NAL Call No.: HT401.J68
Reproduction of the family farm and rural society--an issue of power relations. II.

J Rural Stud.
v.7(1/2): p.45-47. (1991)
In the series analytic: Women in agriculture / edited by M.B. Darque and R. Gasson. Paper presented at a Workshop at the World Congress for Rural Sociology, July 1988, Bologna, Italy.

19. NAL Call No.: QK1.R4
Vera Bontea, D. SC., at the age of 75.

Sesan, T.; Dumitras, L.; Manoliu, A. Rev Roum Biol Ser Biol Veg. v.31(2): p.163-16;. ill. (1986 July-1986 Dec.)

20. NAL Call No.: 41.8 V641
Women in the veterinary profession.

Aitken, M. M. Vet rec. v.134(21): p.546-551. (1994 May)
Includes references.

North America

21. NAL Call No.: HD9005.A63 1994
Achieving diversity: the status and progress of women and African Americans in the agricultural economics profession.

Marchant, M.; Williamson, H. xxiv, 218p. (Garland, New York, 1994)
Includes bibliographical references and index.

22. NAL Call No.: 423.9 EN8
Adult amateur experiences in entomology: breaking the stereotypes.

Matthews, J. R. Bull Entomol Soc Am. v.34(4): p.157-161. (1988 Winter)
Includes references.

23. NAL Call No.: SB439.P49
Adventures of a "wild" plants woman in pursuit of native plant preservation.

Phillips, N. xii, 224p. (Little Bridge Pub. Co., Grand Rapids, Minn., 1988)
Includes index.

24. NAL Call No.: SF85.A1R32
Ainsworthite forsakes lab white for denim blue [Irene Graves, women in range management, biographies, Nebraska].

Crosby, B. Rangelands. v.6(1): p.27-29; ill. (1984 Feb.)

25. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
American feminists as women in development.

Houts, S. Rural Sociol. v.6(2): p.124-128. (1986 Mar.)
Includes references.

26. NAL Call No.: Q141.A474
American men & women of science.New York
R.R. Bowker Company. Database Publishing Group. 1989-)
"A biographical directory of today's leaders in physical, biological and related sciences."

27. NAL Call No.: QL461.A52
Ann Botsford Comstock: artist, author, and teacher.

Smith, E. H. Am Entomol. v.36(2): p.105-113. (1990 Summer)
Includes references.

28. NAL Call No.: QL461.A52
Annette Braun: Uncommon dedication.

Am Entomol.
v.36(2): p.118-122. (1990 Summer)
Includes references.

29. NAL Call No.: QL461.A52
Annie Trumbull Slosson.

Dougherty, V. Am Entomol. v.36(2): p.126-127. (1990 Summer)

30. NAL Call No.: 99.8 UN1
An anthropologist among foresters.

Colfer, C. J. P. Unasylva. v.36(4): p.33-34. (1984)

31. NAL Call No.: SB1.H6
Antinepotism: An obstacle for career-bound couples? [Results of a questionnaire developed by the American Society for Horticultural Science's Ad Hoc Committee, women in horticulture].

Paparozzi, E. T.; Lamberts, M. Hortscience. v.19(4): p.483. (1984 Aug.)

32. NAL Call No.: SB1.H6
ASHS American Society for Horticultural Science demographics and gender attitudes in North America Discrimination against women in horticulture.

Abbott, J. A. Hortscience. v.16(1): p.8-9. (1981 Feb.)

33. NAL Call No.: jQH429.2.M38K58 1991
Barbara McClintock.
Kittredge, M. 103p. (Chelsea House Publishers, New York , 1991)
"Introductory essay by Matina S. Horner"--Cover.

34. NAL Call No.: 275.8 AG8
Being the odd one in a profession.

Hewitt, M.; Howell, D. L. Agric Educ Mag. v.63(8): p.19-20. (1991 Feb.)
Includes references.

35. NAL Call No.: 49 J82
Breaking through the glass ceiling: an industrial perspective.

Harlander, S. K. J Anim Sci. v.74(11): p.2849-2854. (1996 Nov.)
Presented at a symposium titled "Trails to Success for Women in Animal and Dairy Sciences: Mentoring as a Stimulus for Success" at the Joint ADSA-ASAS Annu. Mtg., Minneapolis, MN.

36. NAL Call No.: QL461.A52
Bringing human diversity into the mainstream of entomology.

Feir, D.; Hilliard Clark, J.; Larsen, J. R.; Moore, L.; King, E. G.; Hayes, J. L. Amer Entomol. v.36(3): p.190-192. (1990 Fall)
Includes references.

37. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
Bringing the feminists in: on the mutual interests of feminists and Rural Sociology.

Scott, J. K.; Lipner, M. E. Rural Sociol. v.10(1): p.12-16. (1990 Winter)
"Panel response to "The Status of Academic Women" by R. Campbell, p. 10-11.

38. NAL Call No.: QL461.A52
Bug bits--entomology workshops for young women.

Nead, B. A. Amer Entomol. v.39(1): p.6-7. (1993 Spring)
Includes references.

39. NAL Call No.: aS21.D45B8
Building on the-- framework for change: women in USDA.

United States. Dept. of Agriculture. 13p. (U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., 1991)
Cover title. [4] of cover.

40. NAL Call No.: SF601.A46
Buying in? Hiring an associate? Considerations for men and women contemplating the plunge.

Poland, H. M. Proc Annu Conv Am Assoc Equine Pract. p.713-718. (1993)
Meeting helding on November 29-December 2, 1992, Orlando, Florida.

41. NAL Call No.: QK26.H64 1987
California women in botany: Annetta Carter, UC herbarium botanist, collector and interpreter of Baja California plants: Mary DeDecker, botanists and conservationist of the Inyo Region: Elizabeth McClintock, California Academy of Sciences curator, ornamental plant specialists.

Holleuffer, C.; Constance, L.; Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office. various pagings. (Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, Berkeley, Calif. 1987)
Includes indexes.

42. NAL Call No.: 41.8 N812
Career attitudes and lifestyles of women in veterinary medicine.

Marshall, K. E.; Lee, A. G. Mod Vet Pract. v.63(3): p.190-193 (1982 Mar.)
Includes 18 ref.

43. NAL Call No.: HD1401.A56
Career development of agricultural graduates: a gender comparison.

Thomas, J. K.; Cotten, J. F.; Luedke, A. J. Agribusiness. v.7(5): p.503-514. (1991 Sept.)
Includes references.

44. NAL Call No.: QK938.D4D4
A career of her own: Edith Shreve at the Desert Laboratory.

Bowers, J. E. Desert Plants. v.8(1): p.23-29; ill. (1986)
Includes references.

45. NAL Call No.: 275.9 N213
Career perceptions of women faculty in colleges of agriculture.

Cooper, B. E.; Henderson, J. L. NACTA J. v.33(1): p.13-16. (1989 Mar.)
Includes references.

46. NAL Call No.: aS625.7.U54
Careers that make a difference: women in government.

United States. Soil Conservation Service. 8p. (The Service, Lakewood, Colo. 1991)
Cover title.

47. NAL Call No.: 6 F2212
Caring for prison kids.
Patrico, J. Farm J. v.111(8): p.41-43. (1987 May)

48. NAL Call No.: QL461.A52
Challenges facing blacks in nontraditional fields.

Hilliard Clark, J. Amer Entomol. v.36(3): p.193-196. (1990 Fall)
Includes references.

49. NAL Call No.: SD140.F67
Challenging tradition: pioneer women naturalists in the National Park Service.

Kaufman, P. W. For Conserv Hist. v.34(1): p.4-16. (1990 Jan.)

50. NAL Call No.: S945.W6
Changing sex roles and adaptive strategies Relevant to women as professionals in natural resource careers.

James, J. Women in natural resources: international perspective: proceedings of a conference for men and women, Univ. of Idaho. p.131-143. (1982)

51. NAL Call No.: 423.9 EN8
Changing status of women in academic entomology.

Willis, J. H. Bull Entomol Soc Am. v.33(1): p.17-19. (1987 Spring)

52. NAL Call No.: S530.A4
A comparison of deterrents to collegebound male and female enrollment in secondary agricultural education programs in Nebraska.

Bell, L. C.; Fritz, S. J Agric Educ. v.35(4):p.20-24. (1994)
Includes references.

53. NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822
A comparison of the rank and salary of male and female agricultural economists.

Lee, L. K. Amer J Agric Econ. v.63(5): p.1013-1018. (1981 Dec.)
4 ref.

54. NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822
The conduct of the survey on the opportunities for and status of women in agricultural economics.

Lundeen, A. A.; Clauson, A. L. Amer J Agric Econ. v.63(5): p.1010-1012. (1981 Dec.)

55. NAL Call No.: 280.29 AM3A
Cooperatives need women as leaders Farm supply.

Gooding, J. Am Coop. p.158-161. (1982)

56. NAL Call No.: aSD433.A53 no.46
Current topics in forest research: emphasis on contributions by women scientists: proceedings of a national symposium, Gainesville, Florida, November 4-6, 1986.

Kossuth, S. V.; Pywell, N. A.; Southeastern Forest Experiment Station (Asheville, N. C. v, 197p. (Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Asheville, NC, 1987)
Includes bibliographies.

57. NAL Call No.: 99.8 F768
The Dallas symposium.

Yonts Shepard, S. J For. v.84(7): p.21-24; ill. (1986 July)

58. NAL Call No.: SD140.F67
Dispelling myths: women's contributions to the Forest Service in California.

Pendergrass, L. F. For Conserv Hist. v.34(1): p.17-25. (1990 Jan.)
Includes references.

59. NAL Call No.: 99.8 F768
Documenting progress: the Women in Natural Resources journal.

Ebrenreich, D. L. J For. v.94(11): p.8-12. (1996 Nov.)
Includes references.

60. NAL Call No.: SF85.A1R32
Edie's love of plants [Edith Hadle, Soil Conservation Service technician, women in range plant research, biographies, Kansas].

Smith, G. L. Rangelands. v.6(1): p.36-37; ill. (1984 Feb.)

61. NAL Call No.: QL461.A52
Edith Marion Patch: her life as an entomologist and a writer of children's books.

Stoetzel, M. B. Am entomol. v.36(2): p.114-118. (1990 Summer)
Includes references.

62. NAL Call No.: S544.H49
Education for action: a thirty year history of the National Extension Homemakers Council, 1936-1966.

Heywood, E.; Blackner, K.; National Extension Homemakers Council (U.S.). 94p. (National Extension Homemakers Council,

63. NAL Call No.: HT401.S68
Employment migration among graduates of Southern land-grant universities.

Ballweg, J. A.; Li, L. South Rural Sociol J. v.9(1): p.91-102. (1992)
Includes references.

64. NAL Call No.: HD6073.F32U65 1993
Entitled to power: farm women and technology, 1913-1963.

Jellison, K. xxii, 217p. (University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, NC, 1993)
Includes bibliographical references and index.

65. NAL Call No.: QL461.A52
Entomology and education.

Oseto, C. Amer Entomol. v.37(4): p.198-199. (1991 Winter)
Includes references.

66. NAL Call No.: aJK766.4.U65 1991
Equal opportunity is for everyone: 1991 accomplishments.

United States. Forest Service. Personnel and Civil Rights. vii, 131p. (The Service, Washington, D.C., 1991)
"December 1991."

67. NAL Call No.: 423.9 EN8
Escaping from the cultural prison.

McLean, D. L. Bull Entomol Soc Am. v.33(1): p.15-17. (1987 Spring)

68. NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822
Evidence on barriers to the parallel advancement of male and female agricultural economists.

Lane, S. Amer J Agric Econ. v.63(5): p.1025-1031 (1981 Dec.)
15 ref.

69. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
Factors influencing the status of academic women in rural sociology.

Garkovich, L. Rural Sociol. v.10(1): p.3-11. (1990 Winter)
"Panel response to "The Status of Academic Women" by R. Campbell, p. 10-11.

70. NAL Call No.: TX1.H63
Factors related to college women's perception of employment.

Weber, J. A.; Miller, M. G. Home Econ Res J. v.13(2): p.159-166. (1984 Dec.)
Includes references.

71. NAL Call No.: 99.8 F768
Federal government's Cooperative Education Program used by the Forest Service, the Soil Conservation Service, and the Bureau of Land Management, primarily to increase their number of women and minority employees.

Singer, P. F. J For. v.78(10): p.653. (1980 Oct.)

72. NAL Call No.: SF601.J62
Feminization of the veterinary profession.

Stogdale, L. J Vet Med Educ. v.11(2): p.38-40. (1985 Spring)
Includes references.

73. NAL Call No.: 49 J82
Fixing the leaky pipeline: women scientists in academia.

Pell, A. N. J Anim Sci. v.74(11): p.2843-2848. (1996 Nov.)
Presented at a symposium titled "Trails to Success for Women in Animal and Dairy Sciences: Mentoring as a Stimulus for Success" at the Joint ADSA-ASAS Annu. Mtg., Minneapolis, MN.

74. NAL Call No.: 99.8 F768
Forest technicians: enrollment and employment 1989-90.

O'Neill, K. J. J For. v.89(1): p.34-36; ill. (1991 Jan.)
Includes references.

75. NAL Call No.: SB1.H6
Formal networks for women professionals.

Paparozzi, E. T. Hortscience. v.22(2): p.195-196; ill. (1987 Apr.)
Includes references.

76. NAL Call No.: SF85.A1R32
From a housewife to range manager [Women in agriculture, Nebraska].

Frazier, B. Rangelands. v.6(1): p.5-6; ill. (1984 Feb.)

77. NAL Call No.: S530.A4
A gender analysis of job satisfaction, job satisfier factors, and job dissatisfier factors of agricultural education teachers.

Cano, J.; Miller, G. J Agric Educ. v.33(3): p.40-46. (1992 Fall)
Includes references.

78. NAL Call No.: QL461.A52
Gender, race, nationality, and the graduate student entomology experience.

Pearson, G. A. Amer Entomol. v.38(2): p.103-114. (1992 Summer)
Includes references.

79. NAL Call No.: SF601.J62
The gender shift in the veterinary profession and attidues towards animals: A survey and overview.

Hart, L. A.; Melese d'Hospital, P. J Vet Med Educ. v.16(1): p.27-30. (1989 Spring)
Includes references.

80. NAL Call No.: SB470.S35S35 1990
Geraldine Knight Scott, 1904-1989, a woman in landscape architecture in California, 1926-1989.

Scott, G. K.; Buktenica, J.; Riess, S. B.; Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office. xvi, 235p. (Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, Calif., 1990)
Women in landscape architecture in California, 1926-1989; Includes index.

81. NAL Call No.: 99.8 F768
Hanging question marks on our professions.

Parker, J. K. J For. v.90(4): p.21-24. (1992 Apr.)
Includes references.

82. NAL Call No.: NBU LD3656 1993 R6354
Identification and comparison of factors that influence female enrollment in secondary agricultural education programs in Nebraska.

Rocker, D. L. v, 77 leaves. Lincoln, NE, 1993)
Thesis (M.S.)--University of Nebraska--Lincoln, 1993.

83. NAL Call No.: 275.9 N213
The impact of women and urban students on agricultural college enrollments.

Daluge, R. H.; Thompson, J. F. NACTA J. v.25(2): p.19-24 (1981 June)
20 ref.

84. NAL Call No.: HC10.S63
Integrating gender diverse and interdisciplinary professionals into traditional U.S. Department of Agriculture-Forest Service culture.

Kennedy, J. J. Soc Nat Resour. v.4(2): p.165-176. (1991 Apr.-1991 June)
Includes references.

85. NAL Call No.: SF85.A1R32
Jean Snider Schadler--a woman in range management [Dairyperson of the Modoc/Washoe Experimental Stewardship Program, public grazing lands, northeastern California and northwestern Nevada].

Turner, S. Rangelands. v.6(1): p.14-15; ill. (1984 Feb.)

86. NAL Call No.: 166.2 N47
Kansas council's Nancy Kantola: an effective proponent of cooperatives.

Martin, G. A. Farmer Coop U S Dep Agric Agric Coop Serv. v.52(9): p.14-16; ill. (1985 Dec.)

87. NAL Call No.: 1 EX892EX
Keeping the farm without losing the family.

Covington, S. Ext Rev U S Dep Agric. v.58(4): p.18-19; ill. (1987 Fall)

88. NAL Call No.: 275.8 AG8
Lessons from women in the agricultural sciences.

Rea, J.; Henderson, J. L.; Cooper, B. E. Agric Educ Mag. v.62(2): p.20-21. (1989 Aug.)

89. NAL Call No.: QK31.R69L47 1979
Lester Rowntree, California native plant woman: interviews with Margaret Campbell ... [et al.].

Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office. xv, 344p. (Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, Calif., 1979)
Includes index.

90. NAL Call No.: 321.8 W55
Let youth tell the vocational education story. Future Homemakers of America did! Here's why and how.

Galdo, J. H. Whats New Home Econ. v.21(5): p.3-4; ill. (1986 Jan.)

91. NAL Call No.: SB469.L34
Managing career and family: the experience of women landscape architects.

Nassauer, J. I. Landscape J. v.4(1): p.31-38. (1985 Spring)
Includes references.

92. NAL Call No.: aSD388.A1U52
March: National Women's History Month--three who jumped the gender gap.

Eng field notes (USDA Forest Service, Engineering Staff).
(25): p.5-6. (1993 Mar.-1993 Apr.)

93. NAL Call No.: SF85.A1R32
Marilyn Samuel, range researcher [Women in agriculture, U.S.D.A. employees, biographies, Wyoming, United States].

Hart, R. R. Rangelands. v.6(1): p.16-17; ill. (1984 Feb.)

94. NAL Call No.: 1 F766FI
More women in fire management on the Black Hills National Forest.

Braddock, A.; Mathers, J.; Melle, A. Fire Manage Notes USDA For Serv. v.45(2): p.16; ill. (1984)

95. NAL Call No.: 99.8 UN1
A multi-purpose species: woman.

Bergman, P. Unasylva. v.36(4): p.28. (1984)

96. NAL Call No.: QL31.B3K63 1989
No woman tenderfoot: Florence Merriam Bailey, pioneer naturalist. 1st ed.

Kofalk, H. xix, 225p. College Station: Texas A&M University Press,
Includes index.

97. NAL Call No.: SB317.5.H68
Notable women in the history of horticulture.

Hershey, D. R. HortTechnology. v.2(2): p.180-182. (1992 Apr.-1992 June)
Includes references.

98. NAL Call No.: 81 C1293
Nova Beecher Leech, 1901-1987.

Olbrich, M. Pac Hortic. v.48(3): p.51; ill. (1987 Fall)

99. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Occupational sex-stereotyping among rural young women and men.

Dunne, F. Rural Sociol. v.45(3): p.396-415. (1980 Fall)
Bibliography p. 412-415.

100. NAL Call No.: SF85.A1R32
Patricia G. Smith: Range Management editor extraordinaire [Women in agricultural publishing, includes biographical information, United States].

Freeman, D. Rangelands. v.6(1): p.3-4; ill. (1984)

101. NAL Call No.: 41.8 AM3
Patterns of ionizing radiation exposure among women veterinarians.

Moritz, S. A.; Hueston, W. D.; Wilkins, J. R. I. J Am Vet Med Assoc. v.195(6): p.737-739. (1989 Sept.)
Includes references.

102. NAL Call No.: aHD6305.M5U53
People serving people: women and minorities working in the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

United States. Dept. of Agriculture. 44p. (United States Dept of Agriculture, Washington D.C., 1980)
Cover title.

103. NAL Call No.: SF601.P47
Perspectives: a resource for women in veterinary medicine.

Veterinary Learning Systems Co. (Veterinary Learning Systems Co., Trenton, NJ,
Periodical; "A publication of Veterinary Learning Systems."

104. NAL Call No.: QL461.A52
Perspectives on women in science: traditions and current trends.

Averill, A. L. Am Entomol. v.36(2): p.101-105. (1990 Summer)
Includes references.

105. NAL Call No.: QK938.D4D4
The plant collecting Brandegees, with emphasis on Katharine Brandegee as a liberated woman scientist of early California.

Crosswhite, F. S.; Crosswhite, C. D. Desert Plants. v.7(3): p.128-139, 158-162; ill., maps. (1985)
Includes references.

106. NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822
The professional agricultural economics labor market: discussion.

Lee, L. K. Amer J Agric Econ. Ames, Iowa, American Agricultural Economics Association. v.64(5): p.1065-
1067 (1982 Dec.)
Includes 13 references.

107. NAL Call No.: 275.9 N213
Professional women in Ag careers. Agricultural vocational education, Mexico.

Johnson, A. NACTA J. v.24(3): p.29-31 (1980 Sept.)

108. NAL Call No.: 275.9 N213
A profile of women faculty members in agricultural teacher education.

Baxter, C. A.; Hoover, T. S. NACTA J. v.36(4): p.7-9. (1992 Dec.)
Includes references.

109. NAL Call No.: 275.9 N213
A profile of women scientists in colleges of agriculture.

Cooper, B. E.; Henderson, J. L. NACTA J. v.32(1): p.10-13. (1988 Mar.)
Includes references.

110. NAL Call No.: 450 B6527
Profiles of pioneer women scientists: Katherine Esau.

O'Hern, E. M. Bot Rev. v.62(3): p.209-271. (1996 July-1996 Sept.)
Includes references.

111. NAL Call No.: 275.9 N213
Recruiting and retaining women in agricultural and/or biological engineering.

Nokes, S. E.; Gustatson, R. J. NACTA J. v.38(1): p.49-53. (1994 Mar.)
Includes references.

112. NAL Call No.: 275.8 Ag8
Reflections on the need for diversity: desegregation vs. integration.

Bowen, B. E. Agric Educ Mag. v.66(12): p.6-8. (1994 June)
Includes references.

113. NAL Call No.: 275.9 N213
The representation of women scientists in land grant colleges of agriculture.

Henderson, J. L.; Cooper, B. E. NACTA J. v.31(2): p.14-17. (1987 June)
Includes references.

114. NAL Call No.: aSD11.U56 no.90
Research in forest productivity, use, and pest control: proceedings of a symposium held at the University of Vermont, Burlington, September 16-17, 1983, in recognition of contributions by women scientists.

Harris, M. M.; Spearing, A. M. iii, 95p. (The Station, Broomall, Pa., 1984)
Distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.

115. NAL Call No.: HD1401.W57 no.311
Results of the 1989 regional farm survey for Wisconsin.

Saupe, W. E.; Eisenhauer, J.; University of Wisconsin Madison. Dept. of Agricultural Economics. 28p. (University of Wisconsin, Dept of Agricultural Economics, Madison, Wis. 1989)
"December 20, 1989."

116. NAL Call No.: 49 J82
The role of mentors for women in animal science: perspectives from government.

Glenn, B. P. J Anim Sci. v.74(11): p.2855-2859. (1996 Nov.)
Presented at a symposium titled "Trails to Success for Women in Animal and Dairy Sciences: Mentoring as a Stimulus for Success" at the Joint ADSA-ASAS Annu. Mtg., Minneapolis, MN.

117. NAL Call No.: S945.W6
The role of the natural resource professional in her native country. Women.

Grygiel, C. E. Women in natural resources: international perspective: proceedings of a conference for men and women, Univ. of Idaho. p.223-233. (1982)
Includes references.

118. NAL Call No.: aS622.S6
She's one of a kind in this job. Angela Greene-Morefield, Soil Conservation Service construction inspector, women in agriculture, includes biographical information.

Soil Water Conserv USDA Soil Conserv Serv.
v.3(6): p.5; ill. (1982 Sept.)

119. NAL Call No.: 275.29 F66C
South Florida farm and agribusiness women.

Gladwin, C. H. Circ Fla Coop Ext Serv. (835) 9p. (1989)
Includes references.

120. NAL Call No.: 275.9 N213
Student enrollment in Faculties of Agriculture in Canada 1978-1981 inclusive, includes data on women graduates.

Jenkinson, G. M. NACTA J. v.26(4): p.4-5. (1982 Dec.)
Includes references.

121. NAL Call No.: 302.8 T162
TAPPI survey of 1990 salaries.

Burke, D. J. Tappi J. v.74(8): p.52-58. (1991 Aug.)

122. NAL Call No.: 275.8 AG8
A time to increase management level minorities.

Reed, W. D.; Flores, B. Agric Educ Mag. v.60(6): p.15-17; ill. (1987 Dec.)

123. NAL Call No.: 101 AL1A
Today's Aggie: Who is she and what is she learning.

Vicars, M. Agric For Bull Alberta Univ Fac Ext. v.10(3): p.7-10; ill. (1987 Fall)

124. NAL Call No.: 1 F766FI
Today's change, tomorrow's success.

Schmidt, J. E. Fire Manage Notes USDA For Serv. v.45(3): p.3-6. (1984)
Includes 1 references.

125. NAL Call No.: 281.9 C81A
Training agricultural economists: are women different.

Offutt, S. E. A E Res Dep Agric Econ Cornell Univ Agric Exp Stn. (82-22) 31p. (1982 July)
12 ref.

126. NAL Call No.: QL461.A52
What do graduate students want, after all.

Sirota, J. M. Amer Entomol. v.38(2): p.84-86. (1992 Summer)

127. NAL Call No.: 6 P9452
Woman earned first plant pathology PhD.

Ariz Land People.
v.36(1): p.21-24; ill. (1985 Mar.)

128. NAL Call No.: 6 IO9
Women: a harvest of ag talent.

Dudden, S. Iowa Agric. v.86(2): p.14-15; ill. (1985 Spring)

129. NAL Call No.: 275.8 AG8
Women are in agricultural education to stay [Enrollment trends, United States].

Hillison, J. H.; Burge, P. L. Agric Educ Mag. v.56(5): p.18-19; ill. (1983 Nov.)
Includes references.

130. NAL Call No.: 275.8 AG8
Women are in agricultural education to stay [Enrollment trends, United States].

Hillison, J. H.; Burge, P. L. Agric Educ Mag. v.56(5): p.18-19; ill. (1983 Nov.)
Includes references.

131. NAL Call No.: 275.8 AG8
Women as shop teachers: is nothing sacred? Vocational agriculture, education, agricultural mechanics.

Barrett, L. A.; Barrett, N. L. Agric Educ Mag. v.54(12): p.18-19. (1982 June)
3 ref.

132. NAL Call No.: QK26.S87 1992
Women botanists of Ohio: born before 1900: with reference calendars from 1776 to 2028.

Stuckey, R. L.; Council on Botanical and Horticultural Libraries (U.S.). Meeting (1992: Ohio State University). x, 67p. (RLS Creations, Columbus, Ohio, 1992)
"Published for the Annual Meeting of the Council on Botanical and Horticultural Libraries, 20-23 May 1992, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio"--P. ii.

133. NAL Call No.: 280.29 Am3A
Women directors: unique opportunities and challenges.

Estes, P. J. Am Coop. p.167-174. (1995)
Includes references.

134. NAL Call No.: 99.8 F768
Women forest rangers: revisiting Kaufman's. The Forest Ranger.

Carroll, F. O.; Freemuth, J.; Alm, L. J for. v.94(1): p.38-41. (1996 Jan.)
Includes references.

135. NAL Call No.: 275.9 N213
Women graduates certified to teach agricultural science.

Larke, A. Jr.; Alexander Flinn, G.; Falconer, M. NACTA J. v.36(4): p.10-13. (1992 Dec.)
Includes references.

136. NAL Call No.: SB1.H6
Women Horticulturists Network.

Aulenbach, B. B. Hortscience. v.14 (4): p.489. (1979 Aug.)

137. NAL Call No.: FICHE S 72
Women in agricultural engineering: recruitment and retention.

Erickson, L. R. Pap Am Soc Agric Eng Microfiche Collect. (1982)
1 microfiche: ill. (fiche no. 82-5013); Paper presented at
the 1982 Summer Meeting of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers.

138. NAL Call No.: HD1773.A2N6
Women in agricultural professions.

Templeton, M. E. J Northeast Agric Econ Counc. v.7(2): p.29-32. (1978 Oct.)
7 ref.

139. NAL Call No.: 275.8 AG8
Women in agriculture: the new growth in programs [Includes enrollments in vocational agricultural schools, USA].

Thompson, O. E.; McCandless, L. Z. Agric Educ Mag. v.52(7): p.19-20. (1980 Jan.)

140. NAL Call No.: 424.8 G47
Women in beekeeping USA.

Ruskin, S. Glean Bee Cult. v.109(6): p.336-337. (1981 June)

141. NAL Call No.: aSD388.A1U52
Women in engineering: region 5.

Ambacher, A. H. Eng Field Notes U S Dep Agric For Serv Eng Staff. (21): p.21-29 (1989 Jan.-1989 Feb.)

142. NAL Call No.: 423.9 EN8
Women in entomology: deterministic road of random walk to professionalism.

Wrensch, D. L. Bull Entomol Soc Am. v.33(1): p.9-13; ill. (1987 Spring)

143. NAL Call No.: 423.9 EN8
Women in entomology: history and current statistics.

Calabrese, D. M. Bull Entomol Soc Am. v.33(1): p.8-9; ill. (1987 Spring)

144. NAL Call No.: 423.9 EN8
Women in entomology: increasing persistance in the pipeline.

Strickler, K. L. Bull Entomol Soc Am. v.33(1): p.19-21; ill. (1987 Spring)
Includes references.

145. NAL Call No.: QL461.A52
Women in ESA: a strong legacy.

Feir, D.; Averill, L.; Smith, E. H.; Stoetzel, M. B.; Stein, L. K.; Solis, M. A.; Dougherty, V. Am Entomol. v.36(2): p.97-100. (1990 Summer)

146. NAL Call No.: SD387.F6W6
Women in forestry.

University of Idaho. College of Forestry, W. a. R. S. (Published jointly by the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences, and the Laboratory of Anthropology, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho, 1979-)
Periodical; Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 3 (fall 1983); title from cover.

147. NAL Call No.: SB476.G7
Women in grounds maintenance. Landscape management.

Kemmerer, H. Grounds Maint. v.16(3): p.100, 102, 104. (1981 Mar.)

148. NAL Call No.: SB1.H6
Women in horticulture: a need for full participation.

Kamp, M. Hortscience. v.19(3, sec.1): p.340-341. (1984 June)
Includes references.

149. NAL Call No.: SD387.F6W6
Women in natural resources: for professionals in forestry, wildlife, range, fisheries, recreation and related environmental and social sciences.
:
Alfred W. Bowers Laboratory of Anthropology. (Bowers Laboratory, Moscow, Idaho, 1978-)
Periodical; Description based on: Vol. 9, no. 2 (Spring 1987?); title from cover.

150. NAL Call No.: 450 AM36
Women in nineteenth century American botany; a generally unrecognized constituency.

Rudolph, E. D. Am J Bot. v.69(8): p.1346-1355. (1982 Sept.)
58 ref.

151. NAL Call No.: 464.8 P56
Women in plant pathology: an assessment.

Vidaver, A. K. Phytopathology. v.78(1): p.27-31. (1988 Jan.)
Includes references.

152. NAL Call No.: SF85.A1R32
Women in range management: Is there a difference? [Range conservationists, includes biographical information, United States].

Mauti, S. Rangelands. v.6(1): p.25-26; ill. (1984 Feb.)

153. NAL Call No.: SF85.A1R32
Women in range [Reclamation specialist with the Colorado Division of Mined Land Reclamation, includes biographical information].

Emrich, S. L. Rangelands. v.6(1): p.19; ill. (1984 Feb.)

154. NAL Call No.: SF85.A1R32
Women in range science.

Hasenjager, S. D. Rangelands. v.6(1): p.32-33. (1984 Feb.)

155. NAL Call No.: 99.8 F768
Women in SAF--Survey results and analyses Society of American Foresters.

McManus, K. R.; Jones, J. G. J For. v.79(11): p.740-742. (1981 Nov.)

156. NAL Call No.: 423.9 EN8
Women in systematics.

Chapin, J. B. Bull Entomol Soc Am. v.33(1): p.13-15; ill. (1987 Spring)

157. NAL Call No.: QL461.A52
Women in the ESA: a strong legacy.

Calabrese, D. M. Am Entomol. v.36(2): p.95. (1990 Summer)

158. NAL Call No.: 1 Ag84M no.1058 1967
Women in the Forest Service. Rev. October 1967.

United States. Forest Service. 8p. (U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forset Service, Washington, D.C., 1967)
Cover title.

159. NAL Call No.: 1 Ag84M no.1058 1972
Women in the forest service. Rev. Sept. 1972.

United States. Forest Service. 16p. (U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Washington, D.C. 1972)

160. NAL Call No.: 99.8 F768
Women in the Forest Service: the early years.

James, C. J For. v.89(3): p.14-17; ill. (1991 Mar.)

161. NAL Call No.: 302.8 T162
Women in the industry: still rare, women are working hard to progress.

Crane, J. G. Tappi J. v.71(7): p.46-52; ill. (1988 July)

162. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
Women in the Rural Sociological Society: a history.

Willis, F. K.; Ghelfi, L. M.; Lipner, M. E. Rural Sociol. v.8(2): p.126-141. (1988 Apr.)
Includes references.

163. NAL Call No.: 99.8 UN1
Women in the USDA Forest Service.

Albertson, M. H. Unasylva. v.36(4): p.46-47; ill. (1984)

164. NAL Call No.: SF601.J62
Women in the veterinary profession: a study of Tennessee Veterinarians and University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine alumni.

Frazier, D. L.; Howell, N. E. J Vet Med Educ. v.18(2): p.54-59. (1991 Fall)
Includes references.

165. NAL Call No.: SF779.5.U7
Women in veterinary medicine.

Urban and Rural Systems Associates. xii, 101p. (Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare, Women's Action Program, Washington, 1976)
"Prepared for the Women's Action Program, Office of Special Concerns, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, Department of Health, Education and Welfare pursuant to Contract: HEW 0S-74-291." Cover title: Veterinary medicine.

166. NAL Call No.: SF612.D7 1991
Women in veterinary medicine: profiles of success. 1st ed.

Drum, S.; Whiteley, H. E. xv, 270p. (Iowa State University Press, Ames, IA , 1991)

167. NAL Call No.: TX341.D4
Women's issues and dietetics: Implications for professional development.

Finn, S. C.; Gussler, J. D. Diet Curr. v.11(1): p.1-4 (1984 Jan.-1984 Feb.)
Includes 19 references.

168. NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822
The women who become agricultural economists.

Redman, B. J. Amer J Agric Econ. v.63(5): p.1019-1024. (1981 Dec.)
4 ref.

169. NAL Call No.: 450 T192
Women who studied plants in the pre-twentieth century United States and Canada.

Rudolph, E. D. Taxon. v.39(2): p.151-205. (1990 May)
Includes references.

170. NAL Call No.: SD565.E5
Woods-working women: sexual integration in the U.S. Forest Service.

Enarson, E. P. x, 174p. (University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, Ala., 1984)
Includes index.

International

171. NAL Call No.: SF85.A1R32
Overseas: Women are at home on the range [Range management advisory teams].

Hardesty, L. H. Rangelands. v.6(1): p.17-18; ill. (1984 Feb.)

172. NAL Call No.: S945.W6
Preparing women for international service: a case study experience. Natural resources personnel.

Hardesty, L. H.; Box, T. W. Women in natural resources: international perspective: proceedings of a conference for men and women, Univ of Idaho. p.11-26 (1982)

173. NAL Call No.: S945.W6
Women and forest resources: a theoretical perspective. Professionals working in other countries.

Williams, P. J. Women in natural resources: international perspective: proceedings of a conference for men and women (Univ. of Idaho). p.93-130; ill. (1982)
Includes references.

174. NAL Call No.: S945.W6
Women in natural resources: an international perspective: proceedings of a conference for men and women held at the University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho, March 8-9, 1982.

Stock, M.; Force, J. E.; Ehrenreich, D.; United States. Agency for International Development. (Forest, Wildlife and Range Experiment Station, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho, 1982)
Sponsored by the Agency for International Development (USAID), Women in Development (WID) and the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences, University of Idaho.

175. NAL Call No.: Q141.O34
Women in science: antiquity through the nineteenth century: a biographical dictionary with annotated bibliography.

Ogilvie, M. B. 254p. (MIT Press, Mass., 1986)
Includes index.

176. NAL Call No.: Q130.W67
Women of science: righting the record.

Kass Simon, G. G.; Farnes, P.; Nash, D. xvi, 398p. (Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN, 1990)
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

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