Worldly CurioMay 21, 2019
'Hi, I want a job in Antarctica': Meet the first female researchers to blaze the path
In the spring of 1969, 19-year-old Terry Tickhill Terrell walked into the Institute of Polar Studies at OSU and told the secretary, “Hi, I want a job in Antarctica.” Produced by: María Elena Romero and Lydia Emmanouilidou. Image credit: Lois M. Jones Papers, SPEC.PA.56.0213, Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center Archival Program/The Ohio State University.
Aired May 20, 2019
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