- Series I: Asian Regional Seminar on Contributions of Science and Technology to National Development, October 4-6, 1978
- Series II: UNCSTD Workshop on Women and Development, March 26-27, 1979
- Series III: UNCSTD Workshop on Building National Institutions for Science and Technology in Developing Countries, April 18-19, 1979
- Series IV: UNCSTD Workshop on Science and Technology for Development: Organized Labor's Concerns, May 7-8, 1979
- Series V: UNCSTD Workshop on Role of Scientific and Engineering Societies in Development, May 21-22, 1979
- Series VI: Global Seminar on the Role of Scientific and Engineering Societies in Development, December 1-5, 1980
- Series VII: Continuing Committee on the Role of Scientific and Engineering Societies in Development, 1980-1987
- Series VIII: Panel of Experts on Science, Technology, and Women, Mt. Holyoke College, September 12-16, 1983
- Series IX: NSF Bilateral Cooperative Science Programs 1981-1982
- Series X: Miscellaneous UNCSTD and UNESCO materials
Repository: American Association for the Advancement of Science Archives, 1200 New York Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20005, email@example.com
Creator: AAAS Office of International Science
Title: AAAS Science, Technology and Development Records
Extent: 18.75 linear feet (15 boxes)
Abstract: Because of its interest in international activities and developing contacts with international science organizations, AAAS was closely involved in monitoring U.S. and U.N. Secretariat preparations for the 1979 U.N. Conference on Science and Technology for Development (UNCSTD). AAAS had two goals in this regard: 1) inform the American scientific and engineering community on the planning, organization, and objectives of the UNCSTD Conference, and 2) bring substantive policy issues related to the role of science and technology in the development process to the attention of the UNCSTD Secretariat and U.S. Coordinator office. These records document AAAS activities related to UNCSTD, both leading up to the conference and after it.
Language: The records are in English.
Series I contains records on the Asian Regional Seminar on Contributions of Science and Technology to National Development, held in New Delhi, India, October 4-6, 1978. The findings of the seminar were presented at two other symposiums held in Russia and the Philippines. This series includes mainly correspondence between international affiliates and major contributors to the seminar. There are also papers and summaries of the seminar.
In 1979, AAAS agreed to conduct four workshops for the U.S. State Department in preparation for UNCSTD. Each workshop explored a different aspect of the role of science and technology in development. Series II through V document these workshops. The records of each workshop typically contain planning materials, correspondence, agendas, research papers, and reports and proceedings. Series II: Women and Development, March 26-27, 1979; Series III: Building National Institutions for Science and Technology in Developing Countries, April 18-19, 1979; Series IV: Science and Technology for Development: Organized Labor's Concerns, May 7-8, 1979; and Series V: Role of Scientific and Engineering Societies in Development, May 21-22, 1979.
In December 1980, AAAS, the Indian Science Congress Association (ISCA), and the Indian National Science Academy (INSA) co-sponsored a global seminar on the Role of Scientific and Engineering Societies in Development, held in New Delhi, India on December 1-5, 1980. The seminar presented the current thinking of U.S. and foreign societies, from both industrialized and developing countries, on their roles in development. Three main goals of the seminar were 1) document prior activities of scientific and engineering societies in furthering development; 2) identify and discuss the types of development activities these societies can perform or contribute to; and 3) enumerate and describe specific cooperative projects. It was hoped that this seminar would encourage those societies not yet involved in development to initiative efforts in this area. Approximately 100 participants from all parts of the world attended the global seminar. Series VI contains correspondence, notes, memos, lists, financial information, grant material, and research papers related to the global seminar. These records mainly document the planning and preparation activities leading up to the seminar, especially the nomination process for participants. There is a significant amount of correspondence with individual participants as well as the co-sponsoring organizations, the ISCA and INSA. There are also files on the publication of the final report and proceedings. The series does not include many records that document the meetings and presentations that formed the body of the seminar.
Series VII documents the Continuing Committee on the Role of Scientific and Engineering Societies in Development formed to implement the recommendations of the 1980 Global Seminar and to give advice and counsel to organizations involved in these projects. AAAS and the Indian Science Congress Association shared responsibility for the committee. Comprised of 10 scientists and engineers from around the globe, the Committee met annually beginning in 1982 to exchange information on development-related projects carried out by engineering and scientific societies in many countries. The role of the Continuing Committee was to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas between scientific and engineering societies and other institutions and individuals interested in utilizing science and technology for development. The Committee also produced a newsletter that was distributed to over 1,000 societies in over 100 countries. Co-chairs of the committee were Kenneth Boulding and A. K. Sharma. The series contains correspondence, lists, agendas, notes, research papers, meeting minutes, reports, and proposals documenting the work of the Continuing Committee. The series focuses on the Committee's annual meetings from 1982 to 1986, but also includes information about the establishment of the Committee. The records from each annual meeting typically include an agenda, correspondence, attendance lists, notes, and minutes. In 1984 the annual meeting was held in conjunction with a larger meeting of U.S. and West German society leaders, which is documented in this series. A 1987 Seminar on Exchanges of Scientists and Engineers between the Federal Republic of Germany and the United States grew out of the 1984 meeting, and records from this seminar are included in this series as well. Finally, the series contains general correspondence files for the main Continuing Committee members.
AAAS organized a Panel of Experts on Science, Technology, and Women, at Mt. Holyoke College, September 12-16, 1983. The panel was part of a UNCSTD sponsored five day working conference and looked critically at the issues of science, technology, and women. Series VIII contains meeting materials encompassing notes, minutes, agendas, and correspondence. There are also numerous reports and papers outlining the conference highlights.
In 1984, AAAS reviewed and assessed the bilateral scientific and technical programs supported by NSF's Division of International Programs (1981-1982). The review was conducted by outside experts, societies and organizations. The program was designed to increase international collaboration between scientists and engineers, as well as between international organizations. The sub-panels of experts concluded the value of the NSF program is well justified and mutually beneficial to those involved. Series IX includes summaries and project reviews of the NSF Bilateral Cooperative Science Programs. Various Universities, Organizations and Societies gave opinions on the progress and importance of the program and its sub-panels. A final report is also included.
Series X contains miscellaneous files about various UNCSTD and UNESCO projects and activities. The files include conference/meeting/task force notes, correspondence and various other background materials.
Records are arranged in 10 series. Series I: Asian Regional Seminar on Contributions of Science and Technology to National Development, October 4-6, 1978; Series II: UNCSTD Workshop on Women and Development, March 26-27, 1979; Series III: UNCSTD Workshop on Building National Institutions for Science and Technology in Developing Countries, April 18-19, 1979: Series IV: UNCSTD Workshop on Science and Technology for Development: Organized Labor's Concerns, May 7-8, 1979; Series V: UNCSTD Workshop on Role of Scientific and Engineering Societies in Development, May 21-22, 1979; Series VI: Global Seminar on the Role of Scientific and Engineering Societies in Development, December 1-5, 1980; Series VII: Continuing Committee on the Role of Scientific and Engineering Societies in Development, 1980-1987; Series VIII: Panel of Experts on Science, Technology, and Women, Mt. Holyoke College, September 12-16, 1983; Series IX: NSF Bilateral Cooperative Science Programs; and Series X: Miscellaneous UNCSTD and UNESCO materials.
Restrictions on Access
Collection open to the public for research.
Records are related to other AAAS OIS activities contributing to conferences held by the United Nations, see particularly the AAAS Committee on Arid Lands Records and AAAS Cultural Factors in Population Programs Records.
AAAS Science, Technology and Development Records, AAAS Archives, Washington, DC.
Participant lists and nominees (2 folders)
Correspondence - Nominations for participants and speakers
Nominations for participants and speakers
Received foreign letters
NGOs and international organizations
Foreign universities and training programs
Affiliates and participation ideas
Sent to participants
Emilio Q. Daddario
Papers, remarks and summaries
Correspondence - Post-seminar
Correspondence - Requests for proceedings and reports
Report of recommendations
Report of recommendations - Draft (2 folders)
Small working groups
Memo to participants
Cain, Melissa "Agricultural Technology and Labor Displacement in Indonesia with Specific Implications for Women"
Dulsaney, Maryanne, "Can Technology Help Women Feed Their Families?"
Fortmann, Louise, "The Plight of the Invisible Farmer: The Effort of National Agricultural Development Policy on Women"
Hemmings-Gapihan, Grace "Base-line Study for Socio-Economic Evaluation of Tangaye Solar Installation
Lerner, Daniel, "Women in Iran: Technological Change and Social Transformation"
Lewis, Barbara, "Petty Trade and Other Employment Options for the Uneducated Urban West African Women"
Lim, Linda, "Women Workers in Multinational Corporations in Developing Countries"
Papanek, Hanna, "The Differential Impact of Programs and Policies on Women in Development"
Petty, Irene, "The Role of African Women's Organizations in Identifying Needs for Labor Saving Devices"
Reining, Priscilla, "Prosperity and Poverty in Rural African Areas: Can Economic Development Take Plae Without Social Stratification?"
Walsh, Michaela, "Women with Banking, Finance and Entrepreneurial Ability"
Articles (3 folders)
Books, publications, resources
Priscilla Reining notes
Consortium for International Development, 1978
Women and Science in the American Continent meeting
Society for International Development - Committee on Women and International Development, 1978
Proceedings - Draft
Charles Kidd preliminary remarks
Anandakrishnan, M., "Relations Among National Institutions, International Organizations and Other Nations"
Cotton, R., "Significance of Transnational Firms for Transfer of Technology"
Keegan, W., "Developing Country Multinational Firms - Growth and Potentialities"
Moravcsik, M., "Local Institutions for the Building of Science and Technology in Developing Countries"
Rao, K. Nagaraja, "LDC Institutional Infrastructure for Training and Education"
Schweitzer, G., "Technology Choices in Developing Countries"
Weiss, C., "Technology Capacity in Developing Countries"
Proceedings - Draft
Aho, M., "Impact of LDC Trade on US Workers: Demographic and Occupational Characteristics of Workers in Trade-Sensitive Industries"
Jacobson, L., "Are Trade Impacted Workers Adequately Compensated?"
Krueger, A., "US Domestic Employment Impact of Growing Imports from and Trade with the LDCs"
Kujawa, D., "US Domestic Impact of Foreign Direct Investment in LDCs"
Mintzes, J., "Domestic Employment Implications of US Technology Transfers to Developing Countries"
Radcliffe, S.V., "Technology, Multinational Corporations and Development: The Case of the Developing Countries"
Ranis, G., "Technology in the Growing Role of the LDCs in the World Economy"
General correspondence (2 folders)
Pre-planning meetings and notes
Working groups assignments
Barry, Merton, "The Global Network of Engineering Education Societies: Their Roles in Development of Technological Infrastructures"
Fink, Donald, "Present Perspectives and Future Prospects"
Marlowe, Donald, "An Inventory of Current Activities of Professional and Engineering Societies in Developing Countries"
Parry, Robert and Gordon Bixler, "Transferring Publicly Available Technology: The American Chemical Society's Approach"
Area caucus reports
Working group notes
Working group reports
Documents for final report
Final report, draft 3
Proceedings, final draft (2 folders)
Requests for reports and proceedings (3 folders)
Background materials (2 folders)
Draft seminar plan and summary
Joint Organizing Committee common info (2 folders)
Preparation for India meeting, February-March 1980
Meeting in India notes, February 1980
Dr. Nanda's visit, July 10, 1980
Joint Organizing Committee U.S. meeting, 21 August 1980
Meeting, 23-24 September 1980
Joint Organizing Committee meeting, 5 Dec. 1980
Planning - miscellaneous notes
December 1980 travel arrangements
Travel expenses and allowances
INSA accounts file
NSF grant proposal
Originals, NSF grant proposal
Correspondence with NSF regarding grant
Current account with NSF embassy
Arab League grant
Embassy of India correspondence
ISCA correspondence (2 folders)
Travel difficulties documentation
U.S. Embassy in India correspondence
Sources for nominations
Mailing lists for soliciting nominations - final
Mailing lists for soliciting nominations - by country
Mailing lists for soliciting nominations - label masters
Sample nomination request letters
Responses without a nomination
Acknowledgements of nomination letters
Africa short list
Arab States short list
Asia/Pacific Basin (2 folders)
Asia/Pacific Basin short list
Asia/Pacific Basin additional nominees
Eastern Europe additional nominees
Western Europe short list
Western Europe additional nominees
Latin America short list
Latin America additional nominees
North America and Canada
North America short list
United States additional nominees
Sample letter of invitation
Cables of invitation
Memo Info: Participants
Memo Info: Observers
Dr. Mofizuddin Ahmed
Mr. P.A.D. Allsopp
Professor Ozdem Ang
Dr. Lawrence J. Apple
Dr. J. F. Arens
Dr. D. Juwito Atmowidjojo
Dr. Fernando Bastarrachea
Dr. Joseph Ben-David
Dr. R. S. Bhatal
Mr. Harold C. Bostrom (VDI)
Dr. Kenneth Boulding
Dr. Robert Brasted
Dr. Mid Chughtai
Dr. Louis Cohen
Dr. J. G. Collingwood
Professor Charles Cooney
Mr. Emilio Q. Daddario
Dr. J. Debelius (DVI)
Dr. George Doumani
Professor Mihai Draganescu
Dr. Octave Du Temple
Dr. Merle Esmay
Dr. J. N. Oleap Fernando
Professor Nancie Gonzalez
Dr. R. Guillaumont
Dr. June J. Kelsay
Dr. Stephen Khane
Dr. Fred Leone
Dr. Thomas Malone
Professor Kamchorn Manunapichu
Professor William McGowan
David W. Morley
Dr. William Nelson
Dr. Erkki H. Oksanen
Dr. Alberto T. Ospina
Dr. Marcel Roche
Professor Claudio Roveda
Dr. Segundo V. Roxas
Dr. Igor Saavedra
Dr. Oscar Sala
Dr. William Sangster
Dr. Francesco Savioli
Dr. William Sawyer
Dr. Beat Sitter
Dr. M. Mohinder Singh
Professor Simon Swartzman
Dr. Mohan K. Wali
Edward Frederick Francis Wheeler
Denis Edwin Winch
Dr. Bogodar Winid
Dr. Ing Miguel Angel Yadarola
Dr. Rodrigo Zeledon
Dr. Dorothy Zinberg
Dr. Eugene Zwoyer
Working Groups: Chairmen and Rapporteurs
Papers Received After March 1st, 1981 - Abstracts
Papers Received After March 1st, 1981 - Drafts and Workshops
Global Seminar - Pearls of Wisdom
Publication of Proceedings - Participant Info
Final Editing of Global Seminar Reports
Proceedings and Report Requests
Proceedings of the Global Seminar on the Role of Scientific and Engineering Societies in Development (4 copies)
Creation of Continuing Committee
1980 Global Seminar reports and news articles
Correspondence with ISCA
Correspondence with Dr. Sawyer, New Delhi, Dec. 1984
Establishment of initial membership
meeting of the Joint Organizing Committee minutes
documents for meeting with Tom Malone, 9 July 1981
Indian National Science Academy
Correspondence regarding COSTED
Correspondence with ISCA / INSA
Continuing Committee Meeting, Calcutta, 1982
Sets of distributed materails
Continuing Committee Meeting, New Delhi, 1983
Continuing Committee Meeting and Meeting of US and West German Society, Ringberg Castle, Germany, 5-8 Nov. 1984
Continuing Committee meeting notes by Sandra M. Burns
registration form for society leaders
participant-Lear, W. Edward
participant-Miller, Roberta Balstad
participant-Spilhaus, A. F. Jr.
Agenda for society leaders meeting
society leaders meeting notes by Sandra M. Burns
Summary report of society leaders meeting
trio of AAAS officers to Hungary and Romania
Continuing Committee Meeting-New Delhi, 5-6 Nov. 1985
original society reports
correspondence with INSA
minutes and agenda
correspondence with members
Al-Obadie, M. S.
Daddario, Emilio Q.
Kaddah, Hamed Ahmed
N'Diaye, A. S.
Oksanen, Erkki H.
Ovchinnikov, Y. A.
RajaKumar, M. K.
Salawu, R. I.
Sharma, A. K.
Continuing Committee Meeting, Beijing, 28-29 Oct. 1986
agendas, notes and papers
Visa applications for US participants
Correspondence with memebrs
Al-Obadie, M. S.
Daddario, Emilio Q.
Kaddah, Hamed Ahmed
N'Diaye, A. S.
Oksanen, Erkki H.
Rajakumar, M. K.
Salawu, R. I.
Sangster, W. M.
Sharma, A. K.
Splinter, W. E.
Seminar on Exchanges of Scientists and Engineers Between the Federal Republic of Germany and the United States, Washington, DC, 17-18 June 1987
Seminar proposal (English)
Seminar proposal (German)
planning (2 folders)
Bus and Ridgewell's (caterer)
correspondence with Federal Republic of Germany
correspondence with D. Allan Bromley
Continuing Committee Members General Correspondence
Daddario, Emilio Q-letters to CAIP representatives (2 folders)
Daddario, Emilio Q-Tunis UNCSTD meeting, April 1983
Continuing Committee Members General Correspondence
Menon, M. G. K.
N'Diaye, A. S.
Sharma, A. K.
Wu Jincheng (2 Folders)
Global Seminar, Observers 1980
Global Seminar, Potential observers 1980
Dr. J. O. Amosu
Professor Olumuyiwa Awe
Mr. John Hyde
Professor Kossi Kekeh
Professor A. S. Mawenya
Professor A. S. N-Diaye
Dr. John M. Were
A. M. A. El Borai
Mr. Talib Al-Talib
Dr. Abdul Aziz Abuzinada
Dr. Adnan M. Badran
Dr. Wail Benjelloun
Eng. Hamed Ahmed Kaddah
Dr. Hafez Qubeissi
Foreign lists from consortium members
General background material
International Organization for Chemical Sciences in Development
Search for funding, comments
Scientific societies directory, proposal and correspondence 19790-1980
Brochures and directories
Notes and memos
Correspondence with Verein Deutscher Ingenieure (VDI)
Correspondence with GOFI, General Organization for Industrialization
Misc. working notes
Memos to U. S. participants
U. S. Nominees not participating
IIE and R and D 1982
Cairo Conference, 2nd International Conference on S and T for Development May 1982
Emilio Daddario report
Preparatory committees for UNCSTD
State Dept. workshops for UNCSTD
UNCSTD Contacts, W. D. Carey
UNCSTD, Vienna August 1979
AAAS Boston meeting, statement 14 January 1978
AAAS, UNCSTD 1978
CISTOD, Tunis documents 1983
Background UN Documents, Early Warning System to Alert Developing Countries of the Possible Beneficial and Adverse Effects of New Scientific and Technological Developments 1981
General background information
General SMB notes [post-panel correspondence]
Women in Development, UN Seminar [general correspondence re panel]
Correspondence to/from Mt. Holyoke
General info correspondence
Members, address list, thank-you list
UNCSTD documents made available at conference (2 folders)
UN correspondence letterhead
Hoyos de Baez
UNCSTD Panel (2 folders)
Background materials, Vienna Programme of Action
Sub panel on engineering and computer sciences
Summaries and cost estimate
Information from 20 projects - AAEO sub panel
Information 20 projects - BB Sub panel
Information 20 projects - BBS Sub panel
Information 20 projects - BBS #3
Review of science programs 1984 (2 folders)
Panel of experts
Final report of cooperative science program
Info on 20 projects - AAEO sub panel
Sub panel on astronomy atmospheric sciences
Materials used by sub panels
Meeting of panel of experts, 23 April 1984
Mailing to sub panel coordinators, 15 June 1984
MPS sub panel
MPS missing abstracts from project cost...
Projects analysis summary
MPS sub panel Pi's, 26 June 1984
NSF Final report
NPS sub panel members
Report of review panel on US / USSR metallurgy and materials
Project Summaries 1982 (2 folders)
Project Summaries used in Bilateral Review (3 folders)
NSF BCSP Sub Panels - AAES, AGU, ACS, AIBS
Seminar Announcements / Attendance Lists, 1985
Science Attaches Announcements, 1985
One Page Originals, 1986
Global Initiatives for NSF Project: Peace, 1985-1986
Global Disaster/Hazards; Developing World Issues, 1985-1986
Extinctions, Engineering; Developing World Issues, 1985-1986
Forestry, Food Production/Population Resources; Atmosphere/Trosphere/Climate, 1985-1986
Water Resources; Biology/Biotechnology/Biomedical; Environment/Ecology, 1985-1986
NSF BCSP Correspondence Arthur Pardee, 1983
NSF BCSP Correspondence General, 1983
Historical Summaries of Bilateral Summaries, 1983
NSF Monthly Reports, 1984 (2 Folders)
NSF BCSP Panel Info, 1984
AAAS Review of NSF BSCP, 1984
NSF BCSP Chron File, 1984 (2 Folders)
NSF BCSP Correspondence, 1984 (3 Folders)
WGW Chron, 1984
Panel of Experts information, 1984
NSF General Background
Notice in Commerce Business Daily
UNESCO, 1974-1976 (3 Folders)
UNESCO - Politics, 1976
Correspondence with African Scientists, 1974
World Food Conference, 1974-1975
Asia Foundation: Miscellaneous correspondence, 1974-1978
Asia Foundation: Professional grant details, 1974-1981 (2 Folders)
AAAS Meeting: African Participation, 1975
National Academy of Sciences, Board on International Organizations and Programs, Committee on Science in UNESCO, meeting, 9 February 1975
Board on International Organizations and Programs, 10 September 1976
Multinational corporations, 1976
The Politics of Fairness: Meeting Basic Human Needs, 26-30 July 1976
ICSU Seminar, William Beranek, October 1976
UN Decade for Women, 1976-1985
Habitat publication, Many Facets of Human Settlements, 1977-1978
U.N Conference on Law of the Sea, 1977
NAS/NRC Panel on Population, Health and Nutrition, 1977-1978
NSF Proposal - Policy Related Studies on Science and Technology for Development, 1977-1978
Symposium on Informatics for Development, 23 February 1978 (2 Folders)
Center of Concern, 1978-1979
U.N. Conference - Decade for Women, 1979-1980
NGO Forum - Science and Technology for Development, 1979