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Judith Love Cohen discusses her book, “You Can Be a Woman Engineer.” She begins by explaining that this is part of a series of books she has written, designed to teach young women to broaden their career paths. She describes her own career as an aeronautical engineer, and that she has worked on the Hubble telescope and the Apollo spacecrafts. She discusses important characteristics an engineer should have such as: a love for math, precision and attention to detail, and the ability to visualize a finalized project. She ends the interview by mentioning other careers she writes about in this series, such as: cardiology, filmmaking, biology, and paleontology.
Women engineers - Juvenile literature Engineering - Vocational guidance Women engineers Engineers Vocational guidance
U-matic tape; Excerpt of show with Martinson interviewing Susan Kandel before the break, and Judith Love Cohen after; date and times on case spine: 6/12, 11:30am, 4:30pm, 7:30pm; date on case front cover: 5/27/04; date on tape: 5/27/04.