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. Cannon was able to work hard enough that people in the scientific community looked past the fact that she was partially deaf and a woman. Annie Cannon is an important woman in the history of science because she was able to overcome sexism and a disability while developing her own revolutionary and important version of stellar classification. Obviously, Annie Cannon’s backstory is important because it can reveal
Conclusion In conclusion Michelle Obama was a wonderful, brilliant, and smart First Lady that always put everyone in front of her and I believe she was, is, and will be amazing. Michelle Obama is what I wrote this essay about and I wouldn’t’ve picked another she is one of the best people to make an impression on the world. She was and still is very influential and as she once said, “I hope that people around the world will be as inspired as I am to step up and to speak out on behalf of girls around the world who struggle to go to school.” After she said that I knew who she really
She was popularly viewed around the world as being excellent. Helen has also accomplished so many great things throughout her life. Helen Keller was famous by overcoming struggles and accomplishing many things such as learning how to read and write which are reasons why she has inspired various historical figures. Helen Keller was famous at a very young age. She was deaf and blind before the age of two.
She sent her army to search everywhere for the most brilliant and most talentive people. (Xilong Wang stated in her 2011) article that Wu Zetian achieved a great in politics; her first achievement was the promotion and the development of agriculture. Pharaoh Cleopatra achievements include learning 5 different languages and winning a battle between her brother and herself. Empress Wu Zetian was born into a rich family. She was taught reading, writing, and music as a child.
Ultimately, he decided to publish his daughter’s diary that he received, and the diary is now known in America as Anne Frank: the Diary of a Young Girl. Moreover, she is one of the strongest young ladies to have ever lived, which is why she is my role model. Anne Frank’s diary has altered the way people learn about the Holocaust by providing a first-person account of the daily struggles Jewish people endured during World War II. Prior to all of the catastrophic events that the Frank family had to undergo, they lived a peaceful life. Each family member had their ups and downs, notwithstanding, overall they were merry and perky.
Michelle Akers USA soccer coach Tony DiCicco describes her as “The best women that know how to play the game”. He also states that “She’s a champion” and “she’s the heart and soul of the team”. Michelle Akers was the first women to gain global fame. Michelle Akers career stats for being on the United States soccer team is tremendous. She has been on the team for 14 years, she made 153 appearances during her season, She started in 137 games, She played 10450 minutes, she made 105 goals, and she made 36 assists and all of that is what she
Her family was famous for their kindness towards their servants and tenants, and due to her upbringing, the Countess was appalled by any form of discrimination. In 1900, Constance married Count Casimir Markievicz, and gained the title Countess. In 1906, the Countess and her husband rented out a cottage,
“We’ve always done it this way.” RADM Grace Hopper refers to this saying as “the most damaging phrase in the language.” Throughout her career in the Navy and the computer science world, she has revolutionized the world of computer science and the Navy as a whole. Known as the “Grand Lady of Software”, Hopper not only was one of the first computer programmers but also the creator of a computing language. RADM Grace Hopper influenced the technology and culture of the Navy through her computer innovations and courageous imagination. Grace Hopper was born on December 9, 1906 in New York City, New York. In 1928, Grace Hopper earned a Bachelor’s Degree in mathematics from Vassar College.
The awards continued to come in 2011 when Rebecca Skloot won the 2011 Audie Award for best Non-Fiction Audiobook, and a Medical Journalists’ Association Open Book Award. The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks was actually featured on over 60 of the critics’ best of the year lists. I think for this being her first book and winning all of those awards is really fascinating and that she accomplished something really big. In this book she names a lot of people and it is hard to keep up with all of them, but a couple of people stand out to me. The first person who stood out to me would be her daughter, Deborah.
From page thirty five, “It was a point of pride for me that almost every year in primary school, I won the trophy for first place at the end of the term. I was considered one of the top girls-and the principle’s daughter- and some girls thought maybe there was a connection between the two.”(Yousafzai, 35). This is an excellent example of her writing style. She gives information about herself as though it were an interview, and jumps to other small details in order to give the main topic ground. Malala also used this writing style during her acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize, “This award is not just for me… It is for the children without education, for children without a voice…”(Yousafzai, 2014).
I admire extraordinary people: individuals who are the pinnacle of excellence in whatever they choose to pursue. Be it a perennial basketball all-star, a platinum-record producing artist, or an author whose name seems to be permanently etched onto bestseller lists – I respect anyone who is a titan of their craft, a groundbreaking trailblazer who redefines whatever they do. Rosalind Franklin was the manifestation of an extraordinary person. A remarkable scientist, Franklin received a PhD from Cambridge University when women maintaining desires beyond becoming housewives were ridiculed. Franklin later became a fellow at King’s College, where her work on X-Ray Diffraction revealed the structure of the most important molecule in science: DNA.
Elsie loved contributed to society and many other things in her lifetime including fighting for women’s rights, designing airplanes for the Second World War Elsie was born on March 27th, 1905 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her two parents set great examples for her and thrived her for the best she could be. Her dad James Henry MacGill was a well-known layer and her mother Helen Gregory MacGill was a journalist and BC’s first women judge. Helen worked to change legislation to improve the lives of women and children in Canada and was a strong role model for her daughter. Elsie had two step older step brothers from her mother’s first marriage.