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Yvonne Krulc

Jozi McKiernan submitted this picture of her grandmother, Yvonne Krulc, who was a technologist at the Santa Monica hospital for many years.  She died when Jozi was seven years old, but Jozi still remembers She once got me a lab t-shirt … Continue reading

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Susan McKinney Steward

I created the banner for this blog while reading about the first African-American woman physicians.  Susan McKinney Steward was the first in New York and the third in the nation.  If anyone knows how to contact any of her surviving … Continue reading

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Julie Albert

Rachel, My daughter forwarded the information about your Grandmother STEM project.  Well Grandma is a junior-high science teacher and is too busy to reply.  This is not a problem since Grandpa is also a STEM and will respond for Grandma. … Continue reading

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Sylvia Wiegand, Grace Chisholm Young and Agnes Dunnett

I’m a grandmother and also a mathematician, retired now from the University of Nebraska after working there 39 years. I’m retired only from teaching, am still working on a lot of research projects and traveling with my mathematician husband Roger … Continue reading

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Cynthia M. Cole

In 1960, I was selected to represent Marywood, my Catholic girls high school, in the Southern California regional competition for Bank of America scholarships for students in math and science.  I reached the final group of 7 (the only female) … Continue reading

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