Women in Science on the Air

Women in Science on the Air
10:51 am
Fri June 25, 2010

Access to Advancement, Part II: Anneliese DeVyldere

Women in Science on the Air
11:35 am
Fri March 26, 2010

Access to Advancement, Part II: Dr. Angela Lee Foreman

Women in Science on the Air
3:43 pm
Fri December 18, 2009

Access to Advancement, Part II: Patricia Walsh

Women in Science on the Air
11:52 am
Mon July 13, 2009

Sounds of Progress, Part II: Maria Agnesi

Albany, NY – (1718-1799). This brilliant daughter of Italian nobility spoke five languages, wrote the first books on abstract geometry, and dreamed of being a nun.

Women in Science on the Air
11:33 am
Mon July 13, 2009

Sounds of Progress, Part II: Anna Morandi Manzolini

Albany, NY – (1716-1774). Anna was an artist who sculpted detailed anatomical models out of wax that were used in medical schools for centuries to come.

Women in Science on the Air
11:26 am
Mon July 13, 2009

Sounds of Progress, Part II: Laura Bassi

Albany, NY – (1711-1778). This Italian mother of 12 became the first female professor of physics. She also successfully petitioned her university employer for more responsibility and a higher salary.

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