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Contents Acknowledgments 000 Introduction 000 Section I. 1970s 000 Balancing Family and Career Demands with 20/20 Hindsight Aviva Brecher 000 Extreme Motherhood: You Can't Get There from Here Joan S. Baizer 000 Careers versus Child Care in Academia Deborah Ross 000 Identities: Looking Back over Forty Years as a Social Scientist, Woman, and Mother Marilyn Wilkey Merritt 000 Costs and Rewards of Success in Academia, or Bouncing into the Rubber Ceiling Marla S. McIntosh 000 One Set of Choices as a Mom and Scientist Suzanne Epstein 000 Section II. 1980s 000 Three Sides of the Balance Anne Douglass 000 The Accidental Astronomer Stefi Baum 000 At Home with Toxicology: A Career Evolves Emily Monosson 000 Geological Consulting and Kids: An Unpredictable Balancing Act? Debra Hanneman 000 Career Scientists and the Shared Academic Position Carol B. de Wet 000 Section III. 1990s 000 Less Pay, a Little Less Work Heidi Newberg 000 Reflections of a Female Scientist with Outside Interests Christine Seroogy 000 Part-Time at a National Laboratory: A Split Life Rebecca A. Efroymson 000 The Eternal Quest for Balance: A Career in Five Acts, No Intermission Theresa M. Wizemann 000 Reflections on Motherhood and Science Teresa Capone Cook 000 The Benefits of Four-Dumbbell Support Catherine O'Riordan 000 Extraordinary Commitments of Time and Energy Deborah Harris 000 Finding My Way Back to the Bench: An Unexpectedly Satisfying Destination A. Pia Abola 000 Mothering Primates Devin Reese 000 Finding the Right Balance, Personal and Professional, as a Mother in Science Gayle Barbin Zydlewski 000 What? I Don't Need a PhD to Potty-Train My Children? Nanette J. Pazdernik 000 Variety, Challenge, and Flexibility: The Benefits of Straying from the Narrow Path Marguerite Toscano 000 The Balancing Act Kim M. Fowler 000 Juggling through Life's Transitions Cal Baier-Anderson 000 Having It All, Just Not All at the Same Time Andrea L. Kalfoglou 000 Section IV. 2000s 000 Exploring Less-Traveled Paths Deborah Duffy 000 Standing Up Gina D. Wesley-Hunt 000 Because of Our Mom, a True Rocket Scientist Elizabeth Douglass and Katherine Douglass 000 On Being What You Love Rachel Obbard 000 Parsimony Is What We Are Taught, Not What We Live Sofia Katerina Refetoff Zahed 000 Role Models: Out with the Old and In with the New Marie Remiker 000 Pursuing Science and Motherhood Kimberly D'Anna 000 Conclusion 000 Contributors 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Working mothers -- United States -- Biography.
Women scientists -- United States -- Biography.
Women scientists -- Family relationships -- United States.
Motherhood -- United States.
Work and family -- United States.