Science of soot lands Sandia Lab's Hope Michelsen in Women's Hall of Fame
Sandia National Laboratories scientist Hope Michelsen, who peers through atmospheric soot to learn about the air we breathe, has been named by the Alameda County Women’s Hall of Fame as the 2013 Outstanding Woman in Science.
Two Berkeley women to be honored by county in March
Two women with Berkeley ties will be inducted into the Alameda County Women’s Hall of Fame later this month, county officials have announced. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Hall of Fame, and both women, along with eight others, will be celebrated March 23 at a luncheon in Oakland.
Shaughnessy inducted to Alameda County
Women's Hall Of Fame
As the group leader for experimental nuclear and radiochemistry and the principal investigator for the heavy element group at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Shaughnessy, along with her team, has discovered six new elements on the periodic table, the heaviest elements found to date.
Swalwell Recognizes Local Inductees into the Alameda County Women’s Hall of Fame
U.S. Representative Eric Swalwell (D-Dublin) honored Dr. Hope Michelson of Livermore and Alice Deng of Pleasanton on the floor of the House of Representatives for their induction into the Alameda County Women’s Hall of Fame.
The Alameda County Woman’s Hall of Fame inducted 12 new members March 31. Of those new members was CSU East Bay’s Director of Athletics, Debby DeAngelis, who was honored for her work in sports and athletics.
LLNL microbial biologist inducted into Alameda County Women's Hall of Fame
For her achievements, LLNL molecular biologist Crystal Jaing will be inducted into the Alameda County Women's Hall of Fame (WHOF) during the 18th annual awards ceremony, set for the Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Oakland. The event will begin at 12:30 p.m.
San Leandro Woman headed to Ivy League school after overcoming challenges
SiLin Huang is headed to an Ivy League school in the fall after overcoming the challenges of speaking no English when she immigrated at age 8, growing up poor and missing two years of high school because of a mysterious illness.
Two Berkeley residents inducted into Women’s Hall of Fame
On March 23, Rita Sahai, a renowned musician, and Debra Pryor, former fire chief for the Berkeley Fire Department, will be honored for their unique achievements and giving back to Berkeley and the greater community.
Fremont teacher to be inducted into women's hall of fame
FREMONT — At a time when overachieving students forgo taking care of their bodies to cram for tests and an increasing number of children are obese, Linda Campana feels her role as a physical education teacher is more crucial than ever.