Virtual Profiles: Nobel/Noble Women with Dr. William Thierfelder

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Lecture

Age Group:

Adults
Registration for this event will close on April 12, 2021 @ 2:00pm.

Program Description

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American poet Louise Gluck received the Nobel Prize, making her one of 57 remarkable women to have won the most prestigious award in a variety of fields. From Marie Curie in 1903 for physics to four women in 2020 for chemistry, physics and literature, these trailblazers continue to alter our worldview. This program looks at some of these women and their contributions to literature, the sciences and world peace. They have opened doors that might otherwise have been closed in many patriarchal societies.

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