Worth Reading

Ten years after the Human Genome Project’s completion the life sciences stand in a moment of uncertainty, transition, and contestation. More

Latest News

More<embed>
Copy and paste this code to your website.

Spotlight

LTU student-produced documentary on women of color in STEM now up on YouTube

A team of students in Lawrence Technological University’s media communication program has produced a half-hour documentary film on previously little-known contributions to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) by three women of color in the early and mid-20th Century.

“Women Untold” traces the lives and accomplishments of three women of color in STEM: Jewel Plummer Cobb, a cancer research pioneer and later university administrator and president; Alice Augusta Ball, who developed a groundbreaking treatment for leprosy; and Evelyn Boyd Granville, a mathematician for IBM and NASA who contributed to space missions of the 1960s Continue Reading

The Film may be viewed here:  Women Untold Video