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Historic Women in Energy!

  • 1848 Maria Mitchell, an American scientist, became the first female member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences after her discovery of a comet the year before.
  • 1876 Elizabeth Bragg was the first woman to graduate with a civil engineering degree in the United States. She earned that distinction from the University of California, Berkeley.
  • 1903 Marie Curie became the first woman to win a Nobel Prize for Physics and her second in 1911 in Chemistry for her groundbreaking work on radiation.

Upcoming Events!

  • April 23rd 2014, Human Capital & Innovation: Multiplying Jobs through STEM Education in San Antonio visit: www.texasceomagazine.com
  • April 21st 2014, AGA/EEI Customer Service Conference & Exposition Monday-Thursday April 24th, 2014 - San Francisco, CA - USA Visit: www.energycentral.com
  • April 30th 2014, Focused Energy's Roadshow with LG, Enphase, and the Texas Solar Energy Society at the Hyatt Austin.
  • May 1st 2014, Buy-Side Deals: Expanding Through Acquisition - 5/1 in Dallas Visit: www.texasceomagazine.com


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