Unheralded Women's Wednesday kicks off with Dr. Ann Bragg

September 27, 2019 | Unheralded Women's Wednesday
No matter the subject field or line of work, it’s no secret that women are far too often overlooked by history textbooks, despite having major accomplishments. Unheralded Women’s Wednesday, a speaker series created by Dr. Michele Jeitler, is back again this semester aiming to help change that.
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Unheralded Women's Wednesday

Dr. Ann Bragg, Associate Professor of Astronomy, will be delivering the first Unherald Women's Wednesday program at noon, Wednesday, October 2nd, in Bartlett 166. She will be speaking about Henrietta Swan Leavitt, whose work with variable stars laid the critical groundwork for later advances such as the first accurate measurements of the size...
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Unheralded Women's Wednesday

​Franci Bolden, Planetarium and Laboratory Technician for the Physics Department, will be giving the first Unheralded Women’s Wednesday presentation of this semester at noon, Wednesday, February 19th, Bartlett 166. She will be speaking on the life of Lise Meitner, an Austrian-Swedish physicist. Meitner faced many obstacles to her study and...
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