Women's History Month Part 3: Elsie MacGill
Next up for Women’s History Month, we will be profiling a woman in engineering who was not only groundbreaking but was also known as a war hero. Elsie was the first woman in Canada to graduate with a degree in electrical engineering. She was also the first woman in North America (and maybe the world) to earn an aeronautical engineering degree. She was a woman full of firsts.
Women's History Month Part 2: Rachel Zimmerman-Brachman
For the next installment of the Women’s History Month series, we focus on a woman in Technology: Rachel Zimmerman-Brachman, who invented the Blissymbols Printer when she was just twelve years old.
Women's History Month Part 1: Dr. Allie Vibert Douglas
October is Women’s History month in Canada and to celebrate we will be posting a series of four blog posts over the course of the month, one for each letter of STEM, profiling historical Canadian women in science, technology, engineering, and math. We’re going to kick off Women’s History month with our woman in science, Dr. Allie Vibert Douglas.
Part 3: Not Just Marie Curie: Other Women Physicists You Should Know
It's the third and final installment on our series for Science Literacy Week 2017.
Part 2: Not Just Marie Curie: Other Women Physicists You Should Know
The second post in this 3-part series, giving women physicists the recognition they deserve.