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This series relates the experiences of women who have worked in science, engineering, medicine and mathematics at the University of Wisconsin from the 1920s to the present day.
Oral History Interviews
The interviews below are not all the oral histories with women who are or did work in science or engineering at UW-Madison. If interested in who else has been interviewed, contact Oral Historian Troy Reeves (email@example.com).
Watch Women in Science and Engineering at UW-Madison on YouTube
View the Women in Science and Engineering transcript [pdf]
The Oral History Program staff has complied a series of clips describing experiences of women in science and engineering. The name of the narrator and the Oral History Number follow the link. Clips 1-3 are pre-World World II experiences, clips 4-6 describe World War II experiences, clips 7-21 describe experiences during the women’s movement, clips 22-27 are post-women’s movement experiences, and clips 28 & 29 are summaries.
For more information about women in Science and Engineering at UW-Madison contact the UW Archives at (608) 262-5629 or email firstname.lastname@example.org