Anne Fausto-Sterling is Professor of Biology and Gender Studies in the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology and Biochemistry at Brown University. On her page she selects a few from from the now dozens of books and thousands of articles on the topics of gender, race and science.She is Chair of the Faculty Committee on Science & Technology Studies.
Girls RISEnet (Raising Interest in Science and Engineering) is strengthening the professional capacity of informal science educators to engage and motivate minority girls in grades 6-12 to explore and pursue science and engineering careers.
The project addresses the national need to cultivate diversity in preparing the next generation of female scientists and engineers.
"The RaceSci Website is a resource for scholars and students interested in the history of "race" in science, medicine, and technology. RaceSci is dedicated to encouraging critical, anti-racist and interdisciplinary approaches to our understanding of the production and uses of "race" as a concept within the history of science. Categories include; Bibliography, Digital Archives, Racial Science Now - health, disease, and racial medicine - genetics, race, and ancestry - the meaning of "race" - the science of anti-racism - debates on evolution.
Contains general links curated by Laura McCullough from University of Wisconsin-Stout. The bibliography contains approximately 900 entries on all sorts of topics. Where possible, abstracts are included with the citations.