An Interview with Manuel F. an...

Jan 22, 2022 by

“She was a woman in a field of men, and she was pressured. With graduate students, it’s a tough line—whom do you give credit to, and...

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An interview with Manuel F. an...

Jan 16, 2022 by

Angelina Fanny Hesse “Thus did a modest housewife perform a service to science and to humanity. When [Hesse] died in 1934, few...

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An Interview with Will Fitzhug...

Jan 11, 2022 by

Michael F. Shaughnessy 1) Will, first of all, happy New Year and let’s hope it is a better one. What is currently happening...

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Jan 2, 2022 by

Alice Ball “I work and work and still it seems that I have done nothing.” —Alice Ball Michael F. Shaughnessy 1) First of all, please...

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UPTON SINCLAIR AWARD WINNERS 2...

Dec 24, 2021 by

UPTON SINCLAIR Each year, we honor ten outstanding individuals who have contributed to education, to the realm of research, scholarly...

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An Interview with Ann F. Varel...

Dec 20, 2021 by

Florence Nightingale “To be ‘in charge’ is certainly not only to carry out the proper measures yourself but to see that everyone else...

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Whose Names Should We Remember

Dec 6, 2021 by

Michael F. Shaughnessy By now, everyone has heard about the Oxford School Shooting. And Ethan Crumbley and James and Jennifer...

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Dec 5, 2021 by

Ruth Ella Moore Michael F. Shaughnessy “Yet the grit and perseverance of women like Ruth Ella Moore, the  first African American...

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An Interview with Don M. Winn:...

Dec 3, 2021 by

Don M. Winn Michael F. Shaughnessy 1) Don, it has been a long year- and some of us are looking for the comfort of a good book. Do you...

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An Interview with Sheila Jagan...

Nov 5, 2021 by

Sheila Jagannathan Michael F. Shaughnessy Who is Sheila Jagannathan of the World Bank and what excites her about education,...

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Nov 3, 2021 by

“I had to spend a whole day mixing a boiling mass with a heavy iron rod nearly as large as myself. I would be broken with fatigue at...

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Oct 31, 2021 by

Esther Miriam Zimmer Lederberg Michael F. Shaughnessy “So many of nature’s most beautiful creations are very small and often...

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Oct 14, 2021 by

“Microbe Hunters captured my imagination.” —Susan Gottesman Michael F. Shaughnessy 1) Susan Gottesman is a well-known microbiologist....

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Oct 10, 2021 by

“[Dr. Jane C. Wright] never looked at things as obstacles.” She looked at them as challenges, and I think that she was a very...

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Sep 18, 2021 by

Dr. Marie Daly “Courage to be is the key to revelatory power of the feminist revolution.” ––Marie Maynard Daly “If I must return to...

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An Interview with Manuel F. Va...

Sep 6, 2021 by

Courtesy of Schlesinger Library, Harvard Radcliffe Institute. “From my earliest memories, I was one of those who wanted to go...

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To Honor One Singular Woman: M...

Sep 5, 2021 by

This is part of an on-going series, begun September 1st to honor all those who perished on 9/11. Never Forget! An Interview with...

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An Interview with Professor Do...

Sep 3, 2021 by

Commentary and Interview: As we approach the end of September, we have tried to honor all those who died 19 years ago on 9/11....

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Book Review : More Tales Out o...

Aug 21, 2021 by

Book Review : More Tales Out of School- Book Two Author: Marc Crail Publisher: Sea Hill Press, Leesburg, Florida Pages : 232 I just...

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An Interview with Manuel and A...

Aug 16, 2021 by

“We enjoy working together…and it’s natural that we talk about science at home.” —Jennifer McKimm-Breschkin Michael F. Shaughnessy 1)...

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