Eugenie V. Mielczarek C0059
Published by George Mason University Libraries
Egenie Vorburger Mielczarek was the first woman physicist at George Mason University and served on several faculty committees. She has written on biophysics and on women in the sciences. Her publications include two books: 'Iron, Nature's Universal Element: Why People Need Iron and Animals Make Magnets,' coauthored with Sharon Bertsch McGrayne; and 'Biological Physics,' coedited with Elias Greenbaum and Robert S. Knox.
This collection contains materials relating to the scientific and academic career of Eugenie V. Mielczarek in the area of physics, primarily at George Mason University. Items include scientific data and research results, conference information, grant proposals, speaking engagements, presentations, correspondence, and publications. Prominent is information relating to national and local organizations of women scientists, including material about women scientists at GMU.
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Special Collections and Archives also holds the Clarence E. Larson Science and Technology Oral History collection .
Mielczarek, Eugenie V.
George Mason University. Dept. of Physics and Astronomy.
Eugenie Mielczarek papers, Collection #C0059, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University Libraries.
Collection donated by Eugenie Mielczarek in 1998.
Processed by Special Collections and Archives staff. EAD markup completed by Eron Ackerman and Jordan Patty in April 2009.