Dr. Amy Bix to discuss the history of women in engineering March 23
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Bix, who also serves as director of Iowa State University’s Center for Historical Studies of Technology and Science, holds a doctorate in the history of science from Johns Hopkins University. She has been with ISU since 1993 where she teaches courses in women’s history and the histories of technology, medicine, popular culture and women in science, among other topics.
She won the Betty Vetter Award for Research from the Women in Engineering ProActive Network in 2014 for notable achievement in research related to women in the engineering profession. That same year, she also published her most recent book, which shares the title of her presentation, through MIT Press.
Her presentation is free and open to the public. The annual Academic Speaker Series is sponsored by UT Martin Honors Programs.
For more information, contact Dr. Lionel Crews, director of UT Martin Honors Programs, at email@example.com.