Marsha Richmond is a historian of biology at Wayne State. Her research interests include women and gender in the life sciences. Featured here are some of her recent publications.
"Women as Public Scientists in the Atomic Age: Rachel Carson, Charlotte Auerbach, and Genetics,” Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, 47, 3 (2017), pp. 349–388.
“Women as Mendelians and Geneticists,” Science and Education, 24, 1-2 (2015): 125-150.
“Women in Mutation Studies: The Role of Gender in the Methods, Practices, and Results of Early Twentieth-Century Genetics,” in Making Mutations: Objects, Practices, Contexts, ed. Louis Campos and Alexander von Schwerin. Preprint #393, (Berlin: Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, 2010), pp. 11-48.
|Biological Sciences & Neuroscience||943||65%||502||35%|
|Environmental Science & Geology||20||43%||26||57%|
|Nutrition & Food Science||268||75%||88||25%|
|Pharmacy & Health Sciences||674||70%||290||30%|
|Physics & Astronomy||44||30%||104||70%|
Some of the above disciplines collect data on non-binary gender preferences by offering an option of "other."
Source: Office of Institutional Research and Analysis (OIRA)