Monday Minute: Reference letters, ANSMET, and inspiring women
It’s Monday again, and time for another Monday Minute, a roundup of the latest interesting links on women in planetary science. Before you start your work today, don’t forget to check out last week’s featured women in planetary science: Carolyn van der Bogert and Faith Vilas.
We send our best wishes and a big BON VOYAGE to Ralph Harvey, Rhiannon Mayne, Inge Loes ten Kate, and the rest of the 2010 ANSMET crew headed down for this year’s expedition! Stay warm — and we hope you find some amazing meteorites this year!
What’s new around the net? A reader sent us this link to consider: Do reference letters cost women jobs? Do they? If they do, what can we do differently, as writers, readers, and/or requesters of these letters? What do you think?