Grasping Mysteries: Girls Who Love Math
Grasping Mysteries showcases the lives of girls who loved math, including: Caroline Herschel, Florence Nightingale, Hertha Ayrton, Marie Tharp, Edna Lee…
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Florence Nightingale's application for the Royal Statistical Society.
Vera Rubin will have a U.S. observatory named after her, the first woman to be so honored.
Dr. Angie Turner King, one of Katherine Johnson's mentors
“During all my years at NASA, I never stopped tutoring, always remembering how powerful it can be to speak life into a young person’s spirit and help expand the vision of what’s possible for his or her future, especially as it involves math and science.” – Katherine Johnson
Vera Rubin on the right by her grandmother and sister
Karen Uhlenbeck, first woman to receive the esteemed Abel Prize in 2019
"What does a scientist look like? More draw women."