No Belles: Legends of Women in Science

Monday, October 15, 2018

04:30 pm

Sapp Center Auditorium (Room 111). Map

Sponsored by:
The Silicon Valley Section of the American Chemical Society, the Stanford Chemistry Department, and the Stanford Libraries.

"No Belles" is a performance of the stories of women scientists who have and have not received the Nobel Prize. A significant disparity in our society is the number of women pursuing careers in STEM. An oft-cited reason for this imbalance is the lack of good role models.  The Portal Theatre group's "No Belles" makes visible the significant contributions of women in science and serves as a powerful catalyst for increased interactions between the sciences and the community.  Notably, a performance of “No Belles” was hosted by the ACS in 2017 at the Fall National meeting as an adjunct to a symposium on the underrepresentation of women in chemistry.  It is outlined in CE&N’s Sept 11 2017 edition.  

The Silicon Valley and California Sections of the American Chemical Society are teaming up to host performances of “No Belles” on six college campuses around the San Francisco and Monterey Bay areas in October.  The Stanford Libraries and the Stanford Chemistry Department are the local hosts bringing you "No Belles".

Schedule of events at Stanford:

Performance: 4:30 - 5:30 pm

Audience conversation with Portal Theatre Group: 5:30 - 5:50 pm

Reception: 5:50 - 7:00 pm

To get directions and parking information, please see No Belles information posted on the Stanford Chemistry's event page. To learn more about this performance or to register for it at one of the other locations, please see Silicon Valley Section of the American Chemical Society's website.   To read reviews or view short video clips, please see the Portal Theatre's group website.

Monday, October 15, 2018
04:30 pm – 07:00 pm
Sapp Center Auditorium (Room 111). Map

Admission is free. Tickets are required.  Please click on "more info" link to register for this event.      


Arts Performance Drama Engineering Women / Gender Science 

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