References for Katherine Johnson

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Articles:

  1. C Bolden, Katherine Johnson, the NASA Mathematician who advanced human rights with a slide rule and pencil, Vanity Fair (August 2016).
  2. C Buckley, On being a black female math wizz during the space race, The New York Times (6 September 2016).
  3. H S Deiss, Katherine Johnson: A Lifetime of STEM, NASA Educational Technology Services (6 November 2013).
    http://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/a-lifetime-of-stem.html
  4. N Feigenbaum, Inspiration From The Stars. Ex-nasa Technologist Earns Honorary Degree From Distant Admirers, Daily Press (4 June 1998).
    http://articles.dailypress.com/1998-06-04/features/9806030288_1_johnson-s-father-space-station-katherine-johnson
  5. D Gutman, West Virginian of the year: Katherine G Johnson, Charleston Gazette-Mail (26 December 2015).
  6. D Gutman, WV native, NASA mathematician to receive Presidential Medal, Charleston Gazette-Mail (16 November 2015).
  7. J Hughes, Katherine Johnson: Space scientist, theheroinecollective.com (31 August 2015).
    http://www.theheroinecollective.com/katherine-johnson-space-scientist/
  8. Katherine Johnson. National Visionary, Oral History Archive, National Visionary Leadership Project.
    http://www.visionaryproject.org/johnsonkatherine/
  9. S Lewin, NASA Facility Dedicated to Mathematician Katherine Johnson, space.com (5 May 2016).
    http://www.space.com/32805-katherine-johnson-langley-building-dedication.html
  10. K Saville, What was the first computer model? - A Woman, Newport News Daily Press (14 December 1990).
  11. J Sharkey, NASA dedicates facility to mathematician Katherine Johnson, spaceflightinsider.com (7 May 2016).
    http://www.spaceflightinsider.com/space-flight-news/nasa-dedicates-facility-mathematician-katherine-johnson/
  12. Shawnhymel, T3: Who is Katherine Johnson? An unsung hero of the Space Race earns her place among the stars, sparkfun.com (23 August 2016).
    https://www.sparkfun.com/news/2169
  13. Y Smith, Katherine Johnson: The Girl Who Loved to Count, NASA Langley Research Center (24 November 2015).
    http://www.nasa.gov/feature/katherine-johnson-the-girl-who-loved-to-count
  14. W Warren, Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson, in Black Women Scientists in the United States (Indiana University Press, 1999), 140-147.

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