Science/ Medical

Race From Rock To Rock Becomes March For Science

by Lucy Gellman | Apr 22, 2017 10:29 pm | Comments (1)

Lucy Gellman Photo Twelve-year-old Solar Youth cyclist Jeremiah Godley didn’t think the fates were working in his favor Saturday morning. The sky had clouded over; it was raining intermittently. But when his Rock to Rock team leader announced it was time to go, he pedaled with all his might — and made a pact to himself that he wouldn’t stop until he reached the finish line, eight miles away.

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Today On WNHH Radio

by Lucy Gellman | Nov 2, 2016 8:07 am

The most recent programs on WNHH radio explore FBI Director James Comey’s statement on Hillary Clinton’s email server, one woman’s devastating battle with scleroderma, and school-based health clinics.

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Missionary Scientists, Explorers — And Don’t Forget The Women

by Allan Appel | Jul 8, 2016 7:12 am

Special Collections, Yale Divinity School Library If highly accomplished Bryn Mawr and Wellesley graduates couldn’t get jobs in the male-dominated sciences in early 20th-century America and Britain, they found another alternative: Board a steamer, then take a wagon, then mount a donkey, and eventually be welcomed with wide open arms at universities in China.

There these pioneers taught biology, mathematics, and pre-med. In the process, they helped to inspire and advance opportunities for Asian women.

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