Step aside Al Gore, because Bonnie read a book with a pun in the title all about how so many women made the internet! Learn about the women who invented computer programming and hyperlinks. Learn who decided early computers would be oatmeal color and why we use the term "computer bug" Spoilers! It's all women!!! … Continue reading Gal’s Guide Podcast – Women Who Made the Internet
This week we're bringing on the science as it's Josh's 1 cool Women's History thing about nuclear physicist Lise Meitner. Leah, Bonnie, Katie, and Josh also talk about women of history they want to know more about and as much as they keep trying to avoid talking about Nazi's, they keep talking about Nazi's. All … Continue reading Gal’s Guide Podcast – Lise Meitner
This week the sky is the limit with Kim's 1 Cool Black History Thing about the gals of Hidden Figures. Bonnie, Edan, Rebecca, and Kim also talk about their favorite gal in Black history as well as historical films and documentaries. All this and more on this episode of Gal's Guide to the Galaxy Podcast episode #17. … Continue reading Gal’s Guide Podcast – Hidden Figures
SAVED SWEDEN WITH VODKA Eva Ekeblad was born in Sweden in 1724 to a well-to-do family. At the age of 16, she married a count. She could have just entertained nobility and take care of her seven children but this gal had a brain for science. In the castle kitchen, she experimented with potatoes. Potatoes … Continue reading Eva Ekeblad
Our 10 recommended reads that include fiction and non-fiction, science and sci-fi, poetry and a play, plus a few documentary films.
Geniuses, trailblazers, inventors, and freedom fighters. These gals stories are intertwined throughout the rich history of the world and we are celebrating and shining a spotlight on women of Black History. Your Gal Friday is our student-friendly podcast showcases a gal in our galaxy that we can all learn from. Winner of 2017 Indy Pop Con Best … Continue reading Your Gal Friday Episodes Featuring Amazing Women of Black History
What do galaxy rotations and XY chromosomes have in common? They were both discovered by gals! Dr. Leah Leach will be our presenter this month tell us the fantastic stories and insights of historic gals of STEM. We're back at Barley! Thursday, October 25 7pm-9pm Barley Island 639 Conner Street Noblesville, IN 46060 map Facebook … Continue reading October Meeting