Using Hidden Figures in the Classroom
Grants available to incorporate the Campus Read into the classroom.
WVU Libraries has developed a research guide to serve multiple disciplines.
Teaching resources for students of all ages from Denise Gaskins.
Good resources with a list to even more references from MathEd.net.
Chapter by chapter discussion questions and writing prompts from HarperAcademic.com
If West Virginia created a Hall of Fame for Female Scientists, who would be nominated. A great essay by Anne Barth, executive director of TechConnect.
Margot Lee Shetterly's official website.
Katherine Johnson's West Virginia Connections
Charleston Gazette-Mail, December 26, 2015 Excellent article by David Gutman at the time Katherine Johnson was named West Virginian of the Year.
National Visionary Leadership Project-Katherine Johnson First Black Graduate Student (Best guess on when this interview was filmed: 2005 when Katherine Johnson was 87 years old..)
Priyamvada Matarajan, “Calculating Women” New York Review of Books May 25, 2017; v.LXIV, #9 p.39.
Evelyn Fox Keller, Reflections on Gender and Science (1985.)