Julie Reynolds, herself a Christian woman in science, highlights other Christian women in science, from Antoinette Brown Blackwell to Jennifer Wiseman. Where else can you read about a medieval healer and an engineer teaching computers to understand human emotions?
Women in Science
Measuring the return of investment in inspiration is challenging.
As the piece notes, Jahren is not typical of scientists who get book deals, but her experience is probably more typical of what a scientific career will look like than those of Nobel laureates.
What are you reading, watching, thinking about this week? As usual, here’s a few which have been on our mind. Let us know your thoughts on any/all of them. If you have items you’d like us to consider for the top five, add them in the comments or send them to Tom or Mike. 1. Christine […]
Two recent articles on the profession of education worth consideration: In Search of Education Leaders, by Bob Herbert, NY Times Op-Ed, December 4, 2009 The Ph.D. Problem: On the professionalization of faculty life, doctoral training, and the academy’s self-renewal, by Louis Menand, Harvard Magazine, November-December 2009. HT: Miller. Anyone willing to take a stab at […]