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On Being a Woman: Female Scientist

  “Woman teaching geometry” Illustration at the beginning of a medieval translation of Euclid’s Elements (c. 1310 AD) This post has been moved to my new website. You can see it here.     Advertisements

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Figuring Out Who You Are

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“Please don’t call me Doctor Jones,” said an extremely distinguished PhD speaker I met recently; “I’m just a teacher named Joe. I’ve been Joe all my life.” His name is changed to protect the…

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Are Men and Women Wired Differently? Part 2

  This blog post has been moved to my new website. Here is the link: Are Women and Men Wired Differently? Part 2  

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Are Women and Men Wired Differently?

  This post has been moved to my new website. Here is the link: Are Women and Men Wired Differently? Part 1  

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On Being a Woman – Valued, Part 2

This blog site has now been updated and moved to a new internet address. To see this post in its new site, please go to: On Being a Woman – Valued, Part 2  

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On Being a Woman – Valued, Part 1

This blog site has now been updated and moved to a new internet address. To see this post in its new site, please go to: On Being a Woman – Valued, Part 1  

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