A groundbreaking Chinese-American woman physicist, ignored for the Nobel Prize, gets a US postage stamp.
Posts tagged: Women’s History Month
Rosalind Franklin played a key role in understanding the structure of DNA and viruses. On her 100th birthday, an appreciation of her many accomplishments, now getting the recognition they deserve.
Women’s History Month Profile: Jessie Simmons Fought for Years Simply to Get a Teaching Job in Michigan
Guest post by Valerie Hill-Jackson, Texas A&M University/The Conversation Jessie Dean Gipson Simmons was full of optimism when she and her family moved from an apartment in a troubled area …..
Women’s History Month is here! And if you liked our students’ guide to Black History Month, you’ll love our big guide to Women’s History Month biographies. All the big names …..
Sally Ride, America’s first woman in space (and the youngest) will receive a Presidential Medal of Freedom this year. Ride died last year of cancer, at the age of 61.