FLATs: A Congressional Gold Medal

December 7, 2018: At the dawn of the space age, a curious doctor wondered if women could withstand the harsh conditions of space as well as men. The First Lady Astronaut Trainees (commonly known as “The Mercury 13”) were tested at Dr. Lovelace’s clinic in the early 1960s and their story continues today. I first . . . → Read More: FLATs: A Congressional Gold Medal

L to the A to the Liberal Arts

May 31:  I was asked to share some thoughts about what it means to teach AND do research at a liberal arts college. They are posted on the Women in Astronomy blog page, which is hosted by the American Astronomical Society.   Feel free to leave comments, either here or there.  Enjoy.

 

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