Did you know that Annie Cannon was able to classify around a thousand stars a day during the peak of her career? This paper will be focusing on the life, career, and legacy of Annie Jump Cannon. Annie Jump Cannon was hired by Edward Pickering, and she worked as “Pickering’s assistant at the Harvard College Observatory” (1). After that, she was credited with coming up with an easy system that divided the stars into seven spectral classes. The spectral classes were as follows: O, B, A, F, G, K, M. Annie Jump Cannon’s career ended after forty years, but her work paved the way for women in the scientific community and continues to inspire fellow female scientists.
Marissa Nicole Elizardo, 72 died February 13th 2068. Born on December 26th 1996 in Houston, Texas, Elizardo spent most of her childhood as a resident of North Wales, PA. Elizardo was educated in the North Penn School District and later went on to receive her BA in Psychology from Bryant University. Following her graduation from Bryant University, Elizardo went on to serve as a graduate assistant field hockey coach at Drexel University. While coaching at Drexel, Elizardo earned her elementary teaching certification.
Throughout the course of this whole class, I have learned a lot about many influential women in history. One woman that stood out to me in this class was Susan B. Anthony. If I am being honest, I never heard of Susan B. Anthony before this class. Which I find very shameful because she was such a remarkable person and did a lot of women in the United States. Susan B. Anthony was so courageous and ahead of her times.
She was struggling with anorexia and was successful at keeping it a secret until Rocky arrived on Peaks Island. I worked with hundreds of girls with eating disorders over the last 20 years, and they taught me about the power of eating disorders." (Jacqueline Sheehan) Because Sheehan is a psychologist she was able to use her knowledge and work in people like Melissa. Melissa began to take Cooper on walks when Rocky needed her to.
Alice Johnson was born and raised in Boston, she was born on June 14th 1800. Her mother died at her birth she was raised by her two older sister and father who worked in the trading business, both of her sisters were school teachers. Alice was very well educated at home. She began writing poetry at the age of 13, reaching her early 20s, she used poetry to speak out against the inequality of Men and Women. Alice lived in a house in a suburban area, new railroads were being built just a mile away.
She then decided “You couldn’t change the situation by social work.” She told her mother. She then found a group of women fighting for their rights, and thats how she found out it is for her. She then went back to college this time for doing sociology. Then she knew she would be helping people, something she wanted to do for the rest of her life.
Then, in 1919 she went to Columbia University, but left after only one year to go see her parents in Los Angeles California, because they had gotten back together. When Amelia was 23 years old, she took her first airplane ride. Biographies.com writes what Amelia said after she took her first flight, “As soon as we left the ground, I knew I had to fly.” So at the age of 23 Amelia Earhart knew that flying was her passion. Accomplishing all that she did at such a young age is what
Heather Whitestone was born on February 24, 1923 in Dothan, Alabama. Whitestone was the first woman with a disability to be crowned Miss America 1995. Her mother, Daphne Gray, was a seventh grade math teacher and her father, Bill Whitestone, was an owner of a furniture store. She is the youngest of three sisters. She is married with John A. McCallum, a hearing man
Not to be judgmental or have any prejudices or biases against anyone. Unfortunately, that not what I have learned and encountered this semester. I sat in her group for two weeks I gave my opinion when asked. I never talk about my experiences with them. One of the lawyer came in and while giving her lecture she asked me a question and I responded to her.
Through many hours of hard work, she attends Radcliffe college. In her studies she has to apply herself with more dedication that other students, but she does and so and she succeeds. The Story of My Life by Helen Keller is an autobiographical narration of the first twenty-two years of Helen’s life. Since she was a young girl, she was always interested in everything she touched, so she was eager to learn about it. She never gave up on anything, even though she knew that she’s deaf and blind.
Since we could only have the moving truck for a couple of days, we put all of our items in my aunt’s spare room. Luckily, her house was big enough for four of us plus her own family. As the new school year began to start, my dad thought it was a good idea to enroll me into next year to secure my spot for kindergarten. Then we were told we were told Arizona’s school policy only allowed six year olds into kindergarten.
Betsy Ross is well known due to the fact she sewed the first American flag. Elizabeth Griscom (her name given to her at birth) was born on January 1,1752 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, She was the eighth child born in a Quaker family of seventeen children. In the years to follow, she would become known as the American folk hero, Betsy Ross. When Betsy was born, her family had been in America for 4 generations. Betsy learned to read, write and sew at an early age and like most children of this time period, once she had finished her schooling, Betsy was sent to learn a trade.
According to the TNCC 's Graduation Transfer Retention report, only 15.7 percent of students were able to complete their degree in 2012. This statistic is appalling because the students are working hard in their classes, paying the college 's financial gills, and hoping to get their degree. Some of student cannot graduate. I am attending Thomas Nelson Community College, and I hope to earn my degree within two years. Although college is difficult, I will be successful by seeking advice from experts and developing some effective study strategies.
Rosemary Wolff is acutely affected by the oppressive patriarchal values present in American society. Although Wolff depicts his mother as someone who is free-spirited and optimistic, she is not immune from the pressure to find stability in a “nuclear family” and provide that for Jack, continuing in her marriage with Dwight despite being unhappy, “She still hoped this marriage would work, was ready to put up with almost anything to make it work. The idea of another failure was abhorrent to her.” In 1950’s America, the idea of a single mother, one independent from a man both emotionally and financially, was frowned upon and it is suggested that Rosemary stays in these relationships not only because of the abuse she suffered as a child, but because
Eleanor Roosevelt was a born leader. For more than 30 years, she was the most powerful woman in America. Niece of one president and wife of another, when her husband became president, she saw that as an opportunity to have her voice heard, and to pave a way for women in politics forever. Although Eleanor Roosevelt was considered a very outspoken and involved first lady she wasn't always this way, She grew up very sheltered and shy. Eleanor Roosevelt was born in New York City on October 11, 1884, to Anna Hall Roosevelt, and Elliott Bolloch Roosevelt, into a family of great wealth.