Talk:Rosalind Picard

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MIT Sociologist, Sherry Turkle, has a new book entitled Falling for Science: Objects in Mind comprising a collection of stories from individuals who chose careers in science. Each story tells of a seminal event in the life of the writer that turned them on to a lifelong love of science. Among the stories in Turkle's book is one contributed by Rosalind Picard. It's a brief essay in which Picard describes significant episodes in her youth when she found opportunities to pursue her interest in science. Here is one passage, from Sixth Grade:

Montana Mouse (talk) 11:44, 28 September 2008 (UTC)

This quote should be on Dr. Picard's Wikiquote page, at the very least. It might be hard to put such a long one into this article and a summary would not really have the same impact. (talk) 15:58, 25 September 2009 (UTC)

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