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Daily Announcements 11/7

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  • “Rudolph, Red Nose Reindeer”
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Q1 Rachel Sun 11/7

Q1: What are some aspects that set Cecilla apart from her male colleagues that allowed her to be so sucessful in her field?

 

Before I answer the core of the question presented, I wanted to address the wording of the question above, namely how Cecilla was set apart from her male colleagues. 441 more words

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Vampire Diaries Recap-11/7

Vampire Diaries is freaking me out right now! In the previous episode(season 6 episode 5), Damon comes back! So, back with the  love triangle again! Except, the love triangle doesn’t include Stefan, instead it includes….. 218 more words

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Question 2 11/7

2: The Dyer’s Hand hits on several important themes that helped shape Cecilia’s career path.  She discusses the importance of teaching, the nature of research, and the inequalities of gender in science.   420 more words

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Q1; John Schaefer

John Schaefer

1: Kidwell starts off ‘An historical introduction to The dyer’s hand,’ proclaiming that Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin was the “most eminent woman astronomer of all time.”  What are some aspects (personality, situations, motivations, etc) that set Cecilia apart from her male colleagues that allowed her to be so successful in her field? 322 more words

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Alex Kime, Q1

1: Kidwell starts off ‘An historical introduction to The dyer’s hand,’ proclaiming that Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin was the “most eminent woman astronomer of all time.” What are some aspects (personality, situations, motivations, etc) that set Cecilia apart from her male colleagues that allowed her to be so successful in her field? 346 more words

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Q3 - Sharan Jayachandran 11/7/14

Question 3: Briefly describe the history of the Harvard College Observatory.  Who was Edward Pickering?  Why did mostly women work there?  Who were some of the prominent women and what were their contributions to astrophysics? 378 more words

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