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  • Collection: Archives for Women in Medicine (AWM)

Pamphlet created in 1985 by the Joint Committee on the Status of Women detailing resources to those experiencing sexual harassment.

This document was created and provided by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, describing options and resources available to any member of the Faculty of Arts and Science community who believed that he or…

Page from "The Invisible Faculty" by Eleanor Shore, 1983. Printed in the Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin, Summer 1983. Full bulletin is available here: https://archive.org/details/harvardmedicala57harv.

In 2012, the Joint Committee on the Status of Women was awarded the Sharon P. Clayborne Staff Diversity Award. Pictured are JCSW 2011-2012 Staff Co-Chair, Aun Em and 2010-2011 Staff Co-Chair, Darla White with Dean Jeffrey S. Flier after receiving…

Alice Hamilton was the first woman appointed to the faculty at Harvard University, and founder of occupational medicine. M.D. University of Michigan, 1893. Studied pathology and bacteriology at the Universities of Leipzig and Munich, Germany,…

Ida Henrietta Hyde in her laboratory at the University of Heidelberg, 1896.

Raquel E. Cohen's Certificate of Matriculation to Harvard Medical School, dated February 23 1945. Cohen was a member of Harvard Medical School's first coeducational class.

Raquel E. Cohen's Letter of Acceptance to Harvard Medical School, dated February 16, 1945. Cohen was a member of Harvard Medical School's first coeducational class.

Harriot Kezia Hunt (1805-1875) was a medical practitioner who trained under Dr. Richard Dixon and Elizabeth Mott. She opened her own medical consulting room in Boston in 1835 without a diploma. She applied to Harvard Medical School for the first time…