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Dr. Helen D. Haller



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P.O. Box 240607

Saint Paul, Minnesota 55124

United States

Company Description

GWIS is an interdisciplinary society of over 1500 scientists who encourage and support women: 1) to enter and achieve success in science through full participation in their scientific research and its applications 2) in the development and advancement of ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Teacher In the Chemical Engineering Department

Cornell University


Board Member
Finance Committee



Web References (10 Total References)

GWIS: Graduate Women in Science :: About Us [cached]

Archivist - Helen Haller (Omega) (

Archivist Helen Haller (
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GWIS: Graduate Women in Science :: Dr. Helen Haller Bio [cached]

Dr. Helen Haller GWIS: Graduate Women in Science :: Dr. Helen Haller Bio

Dr. Helen Haller Director #3
Helen Downs Haller joined the Alpha Chapter of Sigma Delta Epsilon Dec. 6, 1964, as a graduate student in biochemical engineering at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. After receiving her Ph.D. (1967) she moved to Chicago for nine years, and participated in the activities of Chi Chapter while there. She returned to Ithaca as a post-doc in 1976, and was active in Alpha Chapter, holding almost all chapter offices at one time or another, until she moved to Rochester, NY in 1993. Her professional career has included lab research in biochemical engineering in various capacities, at American Oil Company and at Cornell University, and later four years of teaching in the Chemical Engineering Department at Cornell. In 1988 she became a freelance editor, working on a number of books in chemical engineering, biotechnology, and other technical areas before retiring in 2003. Her service to National SDE/GWIS includes Editor (1979-1984), Assistant Secretary (1985-1986), Secretary (1986-1991), President (1998-1999), Treasurer (2003-2006), Member of the Board of Directors (1993-1995 and 2006-present), and membership on several national committees.

GWIS - Officers [cached]

Dr. Helen Haller (Omega) (585) 387-9570

GWIS - Historical List of Officers [cached]

Helen D. Haller

Assistant Secr.
Helen D. Haller
Helen D. Haller

GWIS - National Meeting Minutes 2004 [cached]

Treasurer, Dr. Helen D. Haller - present

Helen Haller had several suggestions for improving details of the minutes.She submitted to the secretary copies of these corrections.At the conclusion of this discussion, Helen moved to accept the amended version of the 2003 National Council Meeting Minutes.
Helen Haller seconded the amount of hard work involved with reviewing and choosing the awardees.She also suggested that the chairs of each of the Felllowships notify the awardees by letter and then Helen will send them their check.
Treasurer: Helen Haller will be continuing her term.
All the participating chapters received their funds in a timely manner owing much to Helen Haller's work as treasurer.Gamma Alpha has been in contact recently with Helen and appears there is an effort to reorganize.
The money from the Leichsenring fund was received by the National treasurer, Helen D. Haller.
Helen D. Haller presented and led the discussion on the proposed budget for 2004-2005 references the published reports in the National Meeting hand out, on pages 19-25.Helen started her discussion with the reports on page 22-23 of the Invested Funds.Her main question to the council was concerning $37,566 in the Operating Fund - what to do with it and or what other account to move it?Interest from the endowment accounts goes into the Fellowships checking account.The newly receive from the defunct Chi chapter, the Jane Leichsenring Fund, has "no strings attached", no restrictions, as to its use.The trust accounts listed at the bottom of both pages have larger bank fees because of the larger balances carried.Helen suggested that the Adele Lewis Grant Endowment fund be incorporated into the Adele Lewis Grant Trust fund.
Helen pointed out the IRS requirement that non-profit organizations must disburse 5% of it earnings.
Helen replied that a trust cannot be completely dissolved.
Robin reminded the group that there was an increase in the Ruth Dickie Fund in 2001, which Helen said was probably the completion of the final estate disbursal.
Helen mentioned that, as of June 5, membership dues received were $14,880.
Referring to page 20, Helen presented the SDE-GWIS Fellowships Budget & Actuals report.She had requested Merrill Lynch to transfer money from the Fellowships accounts to the Fellowships money market checking account in preparation to write checks to the 2003-04 Fellowships awardees.Of the $10,000 budgeted for publishing the Bulletins, $1500 comes from the Fellowships account.
Referring to page 24, Helen discussed the 2004-05 Proposed Operating Budget.Under Operating Income section, the $1000 given to the National meeting host chapter was discussed.
Referring to page 25 SDE-GWIS Proposed Fellowships Budget 2004-2005, Helen said that she will be asking the Hartley Corporation for $2000-2500 at their meeting on June 21, 2004.
For 2004-05, Helen proposed spending of $30,000 in fellowships and associated expenses.
Helen stated that GWIS needs to be giving $30,100 (5% of earnings).
Personal note (D. Tulipani): I want to acknowledge on the record the huge effort Helen has put in to understand and explain the various budgets and accounts.It was a major undertaking and I, for one, certainly appreciate all the time she has spent on this, making it more comprehendible.
Helen stated that we need to be clear about what the initial grant is for.

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