Researcher and Workshop Developer, WISELI
Eve Fine received her Ph.D. from the the History of Science Department at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Her dissertation, "Pathways to Practice: Women Physicians in 19th century Chicago," examined women's entry into the medical profession in the 19th century. Her broader research and teaching interests include the history of women as practitioners of science and medicine, the history of women as subjects of scientific research and/or theories, and the history of women as recipients and purveyors of medical advice.
As a researcher for WISELI, Eve relies on her historical background and training to identify research literature on women in science that pertains to WISELI's initiatives, to disseminate current research to the UW–Madison community, and to participate in WISELI's ongoing research projects. Eve is responsible for content development and administration of WISELI's workshops, coordination of the Celebrating Women in Science and Engineering Grant Program, and maintainance of WISELI's online "library."
- Contact Information:
- Dr. Eve Fine
- Women in Science & Engineering Leadership Institute
- 2107 Mechanical Engineering Building
- 1513 University Avenue
- Madison, WI 53706
- Phone: (608)263-1996
- Fax: (608) 265-5290
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org