be supportive but tend to be much more aloof. I think what women have to contribute is of benefit to the whole field.
Mateo M., and Paula Szkody. "VW Hyi: The White Dwarf Revealed." Astronomical Journal 89 ( 1984): 863.
Szkody Paula. "IUE and Einstein Observations of Cataclysmic Variables." Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 12 ( 1980): 819.
-----. "Observed Pulsations of Dwarf Novae at Maximum." Astrophysical Journal 207 ( 1976): 190.
-----. "Stepnanian's Star: The Energy Distribution Reveals a Non-Typical Cataclysmic Variable." Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 93 ( 1981): 456.
-----. "Systems with Peculiar Humps: Hot Spots? Magnetic Word Processing Disks?" Annals of the Israel Physical Society 10 ( 1993): 148.
Szkody Paula, et al. "Outburst Spectra of Eleven Dwarf Novae." Astrophysical Journal Supplement 73 ( 1990): 441.
PAULA SZKODY, as told to DOUGLAS EBY
|Birth||January 27, 1941|
B.Sc., University of Canterbury, New Zealand; married|
|1963||M.Sc., University of Canterbury, New Zealand|
|1967||Ph.D., University of Texas, Austin|
|1969-74||Visiting Scientist, University of Texas, Dallas|
|1971||Received first National Science Foundation funding|
|1973-74||Assistant Professor, University of Texas, Austin|
Annie Jump Cannon Prize in Astronomy; Tinsleys|
|1975-77||Sloan Foundation Research Fellowship|
|1975-78||Associate Professor, Yale University|
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Publication information: Book title: Notable Women in the Physical Sciences:A Biographical Dictionary. Contributors: Benjamin F. Shearer - Editor, Barbara S. Shearer - Editor. Publisher: Greenwood Press. Place of publication: Westport, CT. Publication year: 1997. Page number: 396.
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