Log in to Wikipedia if you have an account, or “Request an account” if you don’t already have one. Logging in to Wikipedia through the outreach dashboard is important, as it will be the way that your edits are recognized as part of the edit-a-thon event.
4. Choose an article about a woman in the sciences
5. Once you’ve chosen an article to edit, you can assign yourself the article through the outreach dashboard.
6. Make your edits.
Writing a New Article
Write new content for Wikipedia. Please note that Wikipedia now requires that your account must be active for over 96 hours and that you make at least ten edits before you can create a new Wikipedia article.
You can also start with a women in red article, the link is listed below.
List of Pages to edit
Sau Lan Wu: particle physicist
Tiera Guinn Fletcher: designer and structural analysts building the Space Launch System for NASA
Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay: computer scientist specializing in computational biology
Meemann Chang: paleontologist at the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology
Alice Catherine Evans: pioneering American microbiologist
Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin: astronomer and astrophysicist
Barbara Rae-Venter: genetic genealogist
Marie Maynard Daly: biochemist
Olive Wetzel Dennis: railway engineer
Nora Stanton Barney: civil engineer, architect, and suffragist
Susan Solomon: atmospheric chemist
Magda Staudinger: biologist and botanist
Alma Howard: radio biologist
Mary G. Ross: first female engineer in the history of Lockheed
Lucy Shapiro: developmental biologist.
Helen Morningstar: professor in Geology and Paleontology
Erica Baker: engineer and engineering manager
Katharine Bishop: medical physician, discovered Vitamin E
Valerie Taylor: computer scientist
Anita Borg: computer scientist
Find an article to improve
Read the Wikipedia WikiProject for Women in Science to learn more about what the Wikipedia Community thinks is a priority in women in science.